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  • Poll: 80% Want Justices Who Apply Constitution as Originally Written

    01/10/2017 12:17:24 AM PST · by Olog-hai · 12 replies
    Cybercast News Service ^ | January 9, 2017 | 10:26 AM EST | Michael W. Chapman
    The vast majority of Americans believe it is important to appoint justices to the Supreme Court who will apply the Constitution as originally set by the Founders and, in particular, protect religious freedom, according to a new Marist poll, sponsored by the Knights of Columbus. Eight in 10 Americans, 80%, say it is an “immediate priority” or an “important” one “to appoint Supreme Court justices that will interpret the Constitution as it was originally written,” according to a statement from the Knights of Columbus. In addition, a majority of Americans — 52% to 40% — “want the court to interpret...
  • Poll: Majority of Americans Prefer 'Merry Christmas' to 'Happy Holidays'

    12/24/2016 9:02:11 AM PST · by Olog-hai · 26 replies
    Cybercast News Service ^ | December 23, 2016 | 12:46 PM EST | Lauretta Brown
    According to a recent survey, Americans prefer “Merry Christmas” to “Happy Holidays” by 20 percentage points. The Marist poll was sponsored by the Knights of Columbus, who released the findings on Thursday. Among the 1,005 adults surveyed, nearly six in 10 (57 percent) said they prefer “Merry Christmas,” and fewer than four in 10 (37 percent) preferred “Happy Holidays.” “The vast majority of Americans celebrate Christmas and prefer ‘Merry Christmas’ to a generic greeting,” said Knights CEO Carl Anderson of the results. “Celebrating Christmas is a reminder that Christ came into the world out of love for us and to...
  • Clinton, Trump Deadlocked in Battleground States: Polls

    09/11/2016 4:49:52 AM PDT · by Redmen4ever · 36 replies
    NBC ^ | 9/11/16 | MARK MURRAY
    Just over eight weeks from Election Day, Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump are essentially deadlocked in four presidential battleground states …
  • Marist poll shows Hillary fading in 2016 matchups

    08/15/2014 5:21:53 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 26 replies
    Hotair ^ | 08/14/2014 | Ed Morrissey
    Whatever the Hillary Clinton team had in mind for this summer, this certainly can’t have been it. Her book Hard Choices got panned as political pablum, and she stumbled throughout her promotional tour on what should have been easy and easily-foreseeable questions about her personal wealth and tenure at State. Over the past week, she picked a fight with the White House by attempting to distance herself from Barack Obama’s lack of “organizing principles” in foreign policy, only to make a quick and embarrassing retreat when rebuked publicly by David Axelrod.At the beginning of the summer, Clinton’s popularity put...
  • Marist poll: Obama 48, Romney 46 (Stasis is the word of the day)

    07/17/2012 10:22:51 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 29 replies
    Hotair ^ | 07/17/2012 | Ed Morrissey
    Today's Word of the Day? Stasis: In the battle for the White House, President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are locked in a close contest nationally. According to this McClatchy-Marist Poll, 48% of U.S. registered voters including those who are undecided yet leaning toward a candidate support President Obama compared with 46% for Romney. Less than one percent backs another candidate, and 6% are undecided.“The race was close yesterday, it’s close today, and may even be close on Election Day,” says Dr. Lee M. Miringoff, Director of The Marist College Institute for Public Opinion. “You need to look no farther...
  • Marist Poll: Say, Obama might have a big problem getting re-elected

    04/20/2011 11:48:58 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 35 replies
    Hotair ^ | 04/20/2011 | Ed Morrissey
    Marist released more data from its poll this week, the same survey that found a significant slide in Barack Obama’s approval ratings — the survey with a +8 advantage for Democrats in the sample. In fact, Democrats comprised 35% of the sample, while Republicans only accounted for 27%. And yet, according to Marist, Obama only has 37% of their respondents committed to a second term for the President (via Newsalert): President Barack Obama has officially announced that he will seek re-election next year, but he faces an electorate that still needs convincing. According to this McClatchy-Marist Poll, a plurality of...
  • Two-thirds of state voters think Spitzer should not run for office this year: poll

    05/22/2010 2:58:51 AM PDT · by Scanian · 9 replies · 299+ views
    NY Post ^ | May 21, 2010 | Frederic U. Dicker
    ALBANY – Eliot Spitzer may be open to launching a new TV career but returning to the political world as a statewide candidate should be off the table. That’s the finding of a new Marist College poll that found 66 percent of New York voters don’t want the disgraced ex-love gov to run for statewide office this year. That’s a worse number for Spitzer, who resigned in disgrace in March, 2008, in a high-priced hooker scandal, than just last month, when a Marist survey found 58 percent of voters opposed to his seeking statewide office. “Eliot Spitzer’s attempt to reconnect...
  • Marist Poll: 62% Of New Yorkers Say Mind Your Own Business To President Obama (Chart)

    09/24/2009 10:22:26 AM PDT · by Talkradio03 · 6 replies · 329+ views
    hotairpundit ^ | 9/24/09 | talkradio03
    I believed the President acted stupidly in getting into New York politics, this poll released today from Marists, not good for the President
  • Edwards Outperforms Other Dems In 2008 Scenarios - (Hillary loses to McCain & Giuliani)

    05/08/2005 11:51:58 AM PDT · by CHARLITE · 47 replies · 1,057+ views
    Marist College has some new polling data on possible 2008 presidential race match-ups: Not surprisingly, Hillary Clinton leads the Democratic field with 40 percent support. John Kerry comes in second, with 18 percent, followed by John Edwards with 16 percent. Rudy Giuliani leads the GOP pack with 27 percent of polled Republicans backing him. John McCain places second with 20 percent and Jeb Bush taking in 10 percent. Marist says their data shows Giuliani’s approval numbers steadily climbing since the Bernard Kerik scandal last December. 71 percent of Republicans would at least like to see him run. However, Marist has...
  • New York: Statewide Ratings & Future Match-ups (Giuliani and Pataki would defeat Hillary)

    01/14/2004 7:54:44 AM PST · by republicanwizard · 12 replies · 185+ views
    Marist Poll ^ | 1/14/2003 | RepublicanWizard
    I can't put in the data since it is in table format. Maybe someone, like the mod, can help.
  • Gov Would Poll-verize Either of His Rivals (Pataki has 2-1 lead over both RAT candidates!)

    05/29/2002 3:26:40 PM PDT · by Timesink · 11 replies · 254+ views
    New York Post ^ | May 29, 2002 | Fredric U. Dicker
    <p>Gov. Pataki received great news at the start of the state Republican convention yesterday: a new poll giving him his highest job-approval rating ever.</p> <p>The Marist College survey showed Pataki with a record-high 72 percent statewide approval rating - up from 64 percent last month.</p>