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  • Poll: 62 percent support pathway to citizenship for illegals

    06/10/2014 12:21:03 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 37 replies
    Politico ^ | 06/10/2014 | By SEUNG MIN KIM
    More than 60 percent of Americans back a pathway to citizenship for immigrants living here illegally — winning support from majorities of Democrats, Republicans and independents, according to a sweeping new poll to be released Tuesday. When it comes to undocumented immigrants, 62 percent of Americans believe they should be allowed to gain citizenship if they meet certain requirements, while 17 percent would support green cards but not citizenship for them. Meanwhile, 19 percent think the undocumented immigrants should be deported. Split down by party, 70 percent of Democrats, 61 percent of political independents and 51 percent of Republicans said...
  • Indoctrinating Religious Warriors (GOP who put faith over science embarrassing Charles)

    01/04/2014 1:56:42 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 33 replies
    The New York Times ^ | January 3, 2014 | Charles Blow
    In 2009, the gap between the share of Republicans and Democrats who believed in evolution was just 10 percentage points, 54 percent and 64 percent, respectively. Last year, that gap widened to a whopping 24 points because as the percentage of Democrats who believed in evolution inched up to 67 percent, the percentage of Republicans believing so plummeted to 43 percent. Now, more Republicans believe that “humans and other living things have existed in their present form since the beginning of time” than believe in evolution. This sad news comes via a survey released this week by the Pew Research...
  • Elizabeth Warren surges in new Prez poll

    10/06/2013 6:25:59 PM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 152 replies
    Boston Herald ^ | October 6, 2013 | Matt Stout
    She’s reportedly waiting until 2014 before she starts thinking about 2016, but Hillary Clinton, according to one national poll, is your frontrunner for the White House — by a wide margin.And Elizabeth Warren is your fastest rising star.The former secretary of state and first lady dominated last week’s new Quinnipiac University survey, which showed her gobbling up 61 percent of support and beating any Republican challenger — be it New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Kentucky U.S. Sen. Rand Paul or Texas U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz — by anywhere from 13 to 23 points.
  • Polls show voters favor broad range of new gun measures (WAPO/ABC Propaganda Poll)

    01/14/2013 4:15:37 PM PST · by Red Steel · 61 replies
    Hill ^ | 01/14/13 06:20 PM ET | Justin Sink
    Americans support a wide range of new measures to combat gun violence, including majority support for background checks, an assault weapons ban, and placing armed police in schools according to a pair of new polls released Monday. The surveys, preformed by Pew Research and the Washington Post/ABC News, both find that Americans generally support a broad array of efforts in the aftermath of the Newtown, Conn. elementary school shooting that left 20 children and 6 school employees dead. Among the most popular proposal in either survey was closing the so-called "gun show" loophole, which allows the private sale of guns...
  • New poll shows Rick Santorum leading in Alabama GOP primary

    03/08/2012 7:54:01 AM PST · by pgkdan · 340 replies · 1+ views
    al.com ^ | 03/07/12 | George Talbot
    A new poll released on the eve of Rick Santorum’s first campaign visit to Alabama shows the former U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania leading in the state Republican Party presidential primary. The statewide poll conducted by Alabama State University’s Center for Leadership and Public Policy showed 22.7 percent of likely Republican voters supported Santorum, who is scheduled to make campaign appearances Thursday in Huntsville and Mobile. Former Massachussetts Gov. Mitt Romney trailed Santorum with 18.7 percent, followed by Newt Gingrich, the former Speaker of the House from neighboring Georgia, with 13.8 percent. The telephone poll of 470 likely GOP voters showed...
  • SHOCK POLL: Herman Cain Leads GOP Nationally! (PPP Poll has Romney trailing by 8 points)

    10/12/2011 12:37:00 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 208 replies
    Business Insider ^ | 10/12/2011 | Zeke Miller
    Businessman Herman Cain has risen to the top of a national poll of Republican primary voters, upending the GOP field yet again this cycle. Cain has the support of 30 percent of Republicans in the Public Policy Polling survey, trailed by Mitt Romney at 22 percent, Newt Gingrich at 15 percent, and Rick Perry at 14 percent. Cain is also the second choice of 24 percent of those polled — the highest of any candidate. In a two-person race, Romney would lead Perry 48-38, Cain would lead Romney 48-36, and Cain would destroy Perry 55-27. The poll was conducted before...
  • California poll: Most say Bush tax cuts hurt economy, didn't help them

    09/22/2010 10:17:09 AM PDT · by SmithL · 73 replies
    AP via SFGate ^ | 9/22/10 | Carla Marinucci, Chronicle Political Writer
    A new poll shows California voters strongly support proposals to allow the Bush tax breaks for the wealthiest Americans to expire -- and overwhelmingly favor policies that allow the middle class to keep more of their earnings instead. The statewide poll was taken by the Democratic polling firm of Greenberg Quinlan and Rosner for the SEIU. Hardly non-partisan, but Greenberg is well-respected; and the poll has good news for Democratic U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer -- in the middle of a tough re-election battle with Republican Carly Fiorina -- as she backs an end the tax cuts to the rich. The...
  • Voter Roll Call survey

    08/03/2010 2:33:19 PM PDT · by DJ MacWoW · 11 replies · 8+ views
    Self ^ | August3, 2010 | DJMacWoW
    I was just called by Voter Roll Call about the upcoming elections. The questions ONLY pertained to corporations and their influence in elections. It was an automated voice and they asked questions with corresponding numbers for the answer. 1 Are you a registered voter? 2 How likely are you to vote? 3 Do corporations have too much influence in elections? 4 Do lobbyists have too much influence in Washington? 5 Which statement is true? a)I am more likely to vote for someone that listens to lobbyists? b) I am more likely to vote for someone that doesn't listen to lobbyists....
  • New poll shows tie in the race for Texas governor

    06/22/2010 1:05:30 PM PDT · by Willie Green · 69 replies
    ConnectAmarillo ^ | 06.22.2010 | ???
    A new poll shows Gov. Rick Perry and Democratic challenger Bill White are tied in the race for Texas governor.Public Policy Polling polled the race 4 months ago, in that poll, former Houston Mayor Bill White was trailing behind Perry 48-42. The new poll now shows that White is tied with Perry 43-43.According to the poll only 36% of voters in the state like the job that Perry is doing while 49% disapprove.White is better known and like than most challengers, 37% of voters have a favorable opinion of him, 25% unfavorable.In most states, in this Republican election year, not...
  • The Polling Contradiction [Newsweek: On Learning Details: 48% Support-43% Oppose]

    02/20/2010 9:50:37 AM PST · by Steelfish · 38 replies · 1,208+ views
    Newsweek ^ | February 20, 2010 | Sarah Kliff
    The Polling Contradiction In the latest NEWSWEEK Poll, the majority of Americans are opposed to President Obama's health-care reform plan—until they learn the details. Plus, a look at very unhappy mood of the electorate. By Sarah Kliff Feb 19, 2010 As Democrats struggle to salvage health-care-reform legislation, a new NEWSWEEK Poll shows that while a majority of Americans say they oppose Obama's plan, a majority actually support the key features of the legislation. The findings support the notion that Democrats have not done a good job of selling the package and that opponents have been successful in framing the debate....
  • It's On - Push Polling "Hate Group" Support for Brown

    01/08/2010 10:56:54 AM PST · by American Dream 246 · 6 replies · 846+ views
    Legal Insurrection ^ | 01/08/10 | Legal Insurrection
    I received this e-mail from a Massachusetts resident and businesswoman (and I verified her identity through publicly available sources), regarding a phone call she received last night: I got an odd call last night that presented as a survey on the Kennedy election. I was willing to participate in the survey but was left with a bad feeling when it was over. Today I am hoping to let a few people know. I saw your blog. They identified themselves as McGrath [sic - see below] from Denver but I was unable to find anything on Google. The questions were obnoxious;...
  • Zogby Poll: Majority Favors Clean Energy Bill and Wants Senate to Take Action

    08/11/2009 8:24:20 AM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 44 replies · 2,003+ views
    Zogby.com ^ | August 11, 2009 | National Wildlife Federation
    Survey finds likely voters connect reducing global warming and promoting clean energy to new American jobs UTICA, New York - A majority of likely voters - 71% - favors the American Clean Energy and Security Act recently passed by the House of Representatives, and two-thirds (67%) believe Congress is either doing the right amount (22%) or should be doing more (45%) to address global warming, new Zogby International telephone poll shows.  Just 28% believe that Congress is doing too much.Respondents were read the following statement regarding the American Clean Energy and Security Act: "The House of Representatives recently passed the...
  • How to produce high approval ratings for Obama

    04/23/2009 6:11:25 PM PDT · by NCjim · 102 replies · 7,288+ views
    American Thinker ^ | April 23, 2009 | Steve McCann
    Just read an AP report: the percentage of Americans that think the country is on the right track rose to 48% in March as compared to 40% in February. In light of the unemployment rising, the debacle in foreign affairs etc, I found it unlikely. So I looked into the details of the poll. 73% of the Democrats polled thought we were on the right track 17% of Independents 10% of Republicans That made it even more suspicious as to how those numbers could result in a 48% overall right track vote. So digging deeper, it turns out 36% of...
  • Study: How newspapers have shifted public opinion toward gay marriage

    04/22/2009 3:12:19 PM PDT · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 48 replies · 1,576+ views
    On the media ^ | April 10th | Bob Garfield
    Two states have legalized same-sex marriage in the past two weeks, but when it comes to public opinion, supporters of gay marriage are still a minority. That minority is on an upward trajectory though and Scott Barclay, political scientist at the State University of New York at Albany, explains why: newspapers. In the last two weeks, two states have legalized same-sex marriage. First, the Iowa Supreme Court ruled that a law banning same-sex marriage was unconstitutional. Then Vermont became the first state to legalize same-sex marriage through its legislature. When it comes to public opinion, supporters of gay marriage are...
  • Just got a 'push poll' call on Colorado Amendment 47...

    09/23/2008 3:38:02 PM PDT · by Who is John Galt? · 7 replies · 931+ views
    telephone: 303-484-3449 | 09/23/2008 | self
    Just got a 'push poll' call from some group promoting Colorado Amendment 47 (& 2 other amendments, which I do not remember). Classic stuff - do you support your firefighters (I've got three in my family), or evil out of State corporations? When I asked, upfront, who the caller worked for, I did not get an intelligable answer. Based on my lefty Democrat neighbor's yard signs, and what I remember about 47, it's typical misleading Democrat push polling. If you live in Colorado, be prepared...
  • U.S. Jews outraged over phone campaign alleging 'Obama gave money to PLO'

    09/17/2008 7:03:43 AM PDT · by Cinnamon Girl · 41 replies · 293+ views
    ha'aretz ^ | 11:15 17/09/2008 | Shlomo Shamir, Haaretz Correspondent
    Jewish voters have been receiving telephone calls from figures claiming to be pollsters yet trying to dissuade them from supporting Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama in the upcoming election. The callers introduce themselves as poll-takers who are gathering data for a public opinion survey and subsequently ask their interlocutors loaded questions whose tone infers that Obama holds anti-Israel views and is thus unworthy of Jewish votes. The calls, which have been reported of late in Florida and Pennsylvania, were brought to public attention by the Jewish Council for Education, a pro-Obama organization that has worked to drum up support for...
  • Drudge Flash: 47% Favor Fairness Doctrine for Radio, TV

    08/14/2008 8:13:03 AM PDT · by ConservativeMan55 · 117 replies · 272+ views
    FLASH: RASMUSSEN Poll release at Noon Eastern: 47% Favor Fairness Doctrine for Radio, TV... 31% Want Government Requirement for Bloggers to Abide by Guidelines...
  • Political Compass - What's Your Score?

    07/24/2008 9:31:08 AM PDT · by rosenfan · 30 replies · 77+ views
    I did a search, and it's been 4 years since this quiz was posted. I though it would be fun to see where everybody scores! While the quiz certainly has its flaws (what in the world does that fact that I recognize that astrology is superstitious nonsense have to do with my politics?) it at least puts politics on an X-Y axis instead of a simple left-right line. What's more, my score does seem pretty dead on: Economic Left/Right +8.5, Social Libertarian/Authoritarian -0.56. What are your numbers?
  • ABC News Asks 60 Soldiers Who They’ll Vote for - Doesn’t Report the 54 For McCain

    07/09/2008 11:18:28 AM PDT · by Bill Dupray · 45 replies · 285+ views
    The Patriot Room ^ | July 9, 2008 | Bill Dupray
    Soldiers stood directly behind Raddatz as she queried GI’s walking past. She asked 60 GI’s who they planned to vote for in November. 54 said John McCain, 4 for Obama, and 2 for Hillary. When the story ran, they didn't even mention the 54 that chose McCain.
  • Vanity Post- Test for comparing your views to the candidates

    07/08/2008 12:14:38 PM PDT · by MissEdie · 12 replies · 90+ views
    WNOK radio ^ | 7-8-2008 | MissEdie
    This is the website for a radio station out of Columbia, SC. If this link: http://www.wnok.com/pages/personality_kelly.html doesn't work, go to www.wnok.com and look for the section titled "Nash Trash". This is a test one of the cohosts put together so you can see where your views are compared to the candidates. The test is about half-way down the page, mind you there are other stories on this page about Hollywood gossip, but the test is kind of interesting.
  • Common Sense Issues, the FEC and Huckabee Push-polling

    01/16/2008 10:14:53 PM PST · by the808bass · 46 replies · 16,796+ views
    1/16/2008 | Me
    Common Sense Issues was formed in 2007. They promised to make 1 million phone calls in support of Mike Huckabee. The main problem is that Common Sense Issues is a 501(c) 4. This allows two things. One, a person is not limited by the Federal limits of donations to a campaign. They can give large sums of money (I’m not personally opposed to this, but everyone should be playing by the same rules). Two, Common Sense Issues does not have to disclose its donors. However, a 501 (c) 4 is not allowed to promote a certain candidate, they can only...
  • Will SC AG Prosecute Huckabee Push-Poll Robo Calls?

    01/16/2008 11:33:22 AM PST · by ellery · 43 replies · 54+ views
    Reason magazine ^ | Jan. 16, 2008 | Jeff Taylor
    Ah, the joys of the primary season. South Carolina Attorney General Henry McMaster has been asked to prosecute pro-Mike Huckabee push polling now underway in the state. State law bans such automated calls. McMaster is a major John McCain supporter in the state, but the prime target of the calls -- at the moment -- seems to be Fred Thompson. In a call partially recorded last night by one South Carolina resident and sent to McMaster, Thompson's record on abortion and taxes was attacked. This mirrors similar recent efforts in Michigan against Mitt Romney, where the same firm placed calls...
  • Push Poll Investigation Surfaces

    01/03/2008 3:00:43 PM PST · by jdm · 15 replies · 97+ views
    Captain's Quarters ^ | Jan. 03, 2008 | Ed Morrissey
    Remember the push poll around Thanksgiving that "asked" voters in New Hampshire if they had awareness of some aspects of the Mormon religion? Both Mitt Romney and John McCain filed complaints with the state Attorney General for violations of New Hampshire's laws against push-polling. At the time, no one would 'fess up to hiring Western Wats to conduct the attack. Now the AG has found the next-level cutout, and it wants witnesses who can show where it leads: Attorney General Kelly A. Ayotte is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying who employed Moore-Information of Portland, Oregon to conduct a poll...
  • The Betrayers of Mitt Romney

    12/05/2007 8:59:23 AM PST · by lesser_satan · 74 replies · 30+ views
    NRO ^ | December 05, 2007 | Jim Geraghty
    It's a good thing Romney has The Speech to dominate much of the campaign talk this week, because the rest of the news is pretty bad for him. First there's word that the company that did his lawn continued to employ illegal immigrants, even after the brouhaha last year. "After this same issue arose last year, I gave the company a second chance with very specific conditions," Romney said in the statement. "They were instructed to make sure people working for the company were of legal status. We personally met with the company in order to inform them about the...
  • Apparent pro-Huckabee third-party group floods Iowa with negative calls

    12/03/2007 7:18:31 PM PST · by lesser_satan · 5 replies · 34+ views
    Politico ^ | December 03, 2007 | Jonathan Martin
    A newly-formed group claiming to support Mike Huckabee hit the phones of Iowa Republicans tonight with an automated push-poll attacking Huckabee's GOP opponents and praising the former Arkansas governor. Officials representing the Iowa campaigns of Fred Thompson, John McCain and Rudy Giuliani all said that their supporters contacted them to complain about the calls. A spokesman for Romney's campaign said they had gotten reports of calls, but did not know of anything negative being said about their candidate. For each target, the pattern was the same -- a recorded message using voice recognition technology asked the recipient if they would...
  • ‘Voters’ Who Broke Story on Romney Calls On Romney Payroll

    11/21/2007 7:07:01 AM PST · by JRochelle · 159 replies · 132+ views
    eyeon08.com ^ | 11/20/2007 | Soren Dayton
    I thought that I was going to have a nice quiet Thanksgiving. Perhaps not. Erick Erickson at Redstate (disclosure I too contribute to Redstate) has uncovered some more information on the Mitt Romney phone scandal. Leon Wolf, another Redstate contributor who today endorsed Mitt Romney, also pointed out that this happened previously (described then) when Leon was on the Brownback campaign. The basic facts are that a Romney staffer, Marshan Roth contacted the Salt Lake Tribune, identified herself as "leaning towards Romney", and told her story: Marshan Roth, of Fairfield, Iowa, got a call on Wednesday night. It started out...
  • Poll Shows Giuliani Atop An Unsettled GOP Race Ex-Mayor Gets High Marks on Leadership

    10/04/2007 8:30:48 PM PDT · by Maynerd · 14 replies · 351+ views
    Washington Post ^ | 10-3-2007 | Dan Balz & Jennifer Agiesta
    Rudolph W. Giuliani leads the race for the GOP presidential nomination, with Republican voters describing him as the field's strongest leader and most electable candidate in the 2008 general election, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll. But the Republican contest remains unsettled just three months before the first votes will be cast, and in comparison with fellow New York politician Hillary Rodham Clinton, Giuliani is a far less solid front-runner. He has double the support of his nearest rival, but a majority of those who support him do so only "somewhat." At the same time, his advantages on key...
  • Why Liberals Read More Books (Or Why Ann Coulter Will Never Become Book Industry President Alert)

    08/24/2007 4:32:12 AM PDT · by goldstategop · 32 replies · 1,587+ views
    Worldnetdaily.com ^ | 08/24/2007 | Joseph Farah
    I am talking about the fact that, according to this poll, there are far more self-identified conservatives in America than self-identified liberals – even among a sampling that included far more Democrats than Republicans! Please, read the raw data for yourself. First, I want you to try to imagine the book-publishing trade industry selecting Ann Coulter to be its president. I know, I know. It could never happen. It could never happen despite the fact Ann Coulter sells more political books than almost anyone on the American scene. But it could never happen because, despite her tremendous success as a...
  • Just push-polled on immigration bill (vanity)

    06/25/2007 11:48:12 AM PDT · by Babsig · 12 replies · 932+ views
    06/25/2007 | me
    I believe I was just pushed pulled on the phone by pro-immigration lobby or someone of that nature. Answered the phone and it was a taped message. "Hello, I'm Joe, I would like to ask you a question regarding immigration. Are you in favor of aminesty? press 1; Are you in favor of making illigal immigrants US citizen if they pay fines, learn English, and do something else (cannot remember), press 2; Are you in favor of deporting illigal immigrants, press 3." I pressed 3 and was hung up on. That's it, no identifing who they were or who was...
  • Vanity: Finally! A pollster calls me

    10/17/2006 8:55:00 PM PDT · by slowhand520 · 31 replies · 1,063+ views
    Just wanted to share my experience. I got a call from a polling outfit here in Tucson and she asked me a litany of questions that ended with "Kyl or Pederson?" I naturally answered Kyl for everything. The question at the end was the one that irked me. She asked "Do you think John Kyl would make it a crime for a woman to get an abortion". I told her that the question was framed in a way to make Kyl look bad and asked if she had a similar question for Pederson. The answer was no. No I understand...
  • Poll: Bush Blamed More Than Clinton for Failure to Capture Bin Laden

    09/27/2006 8:49:33 AM PDT · by lowbridge · 40 replies · 1,600+ views
    GALLUP NEWS SERVICE ^ | September 27, 2006 | Lydia Saad
    The recent firestorm over former President Bill Clinton's culpability for the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks was fueled on Tuesday when Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice contrasted President Bush's efforts to pursue al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden with Clinton's efforts. Clinton has strongly denied various suggestions that his administration missed key opportunities to kill bin Laden and left the Bush administration without a comprehensive anti-terrorism strategy. However, Bush -- whom Clinton says did nothing about al-Qaeda for the first eight months of his presidency -- has the bigger image problem with Americans on the issue. According to a recent Gallup Panel...
  • TVGuide.com poll on "The Path to 9/11" (Don't FReep it!)

    09/10/2006 9:48:10 AM PDT · by Niteranger68 · 10 replies · 1,216+ views
    TVGuide.com ^ | 9/10/06 | TVGuide
    Today's Poll Is it wrong of ABC to present a fictionalized version of events in The Path to 9/11? Yes. They should have stuck to the facts, rather than show political bias or mislead the public. No. They have a right to shape the story to make it compelling. I'm reserving judgment until I see it.
  • un-DU this poll

    08/17/2006 11:06:43 AM PDT · by for-q-clinton · 38 replies · 1,088+ views
    msnbc.com ^ | 17 Aug 06 | msnbc
    DU is trying to DUmb this poll down. Let's reverse it on them ;-) http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/14394523/
  • Poll Suggests GOP Control of House Is Tenuous (NPR Wish List)

    07/27/2006 8:36:00 AM PDT · by Torie · 220 replies · 3,008+ views
    National Public Radio ^ | July 26, 2006 | Mara Liasson; National Public Radio
    Poll Suggests GOP Control of House Is Tenuous Listen to this story... by Mara Liasson The latest NPR poll took the pulse of likely voters in the 50 most competitive House districts across the country. In these largely Republican districts, a majority of voters polled said they disapproved of the job President Bush is doing. In 50 largely Republican, competitive House districts, only 29 percent of likely voters said they planned to vote for the incumbent. Morning Edition, July 27, 2006 · With Election Day just a little more than three months away, the Morning Edition polling team was asked...
  • Paging Karl Rove--Emergency!

    02/24/2006 12:05:56 PM PST · by Thud · 387 replies · 6,025+ views
    National Review's Corner ^ | February 24, 2006 | John Podhoretz
    "Seventy-two percent (72%) of Americans say they have been following news about the Dubai Ports deal somewhat or very closely." PAGING KARL ROVE--EMERGENCY! [John Podhoretz] Rasmussen has a new poll up in which -- hold on now -- Democrats in Congress are outpolling President Bush on national security. By a margin of 43 to 41 percent, Americans say they trust Congressional Democrats more than Bush when it comes to protecting our national security. And by a margin of 64-17 percent, they oppose the sale of the ports to Dubai. The deal is dead. It won't survive after a 45-day extension...
  • Phone call: "Do you approve of George Bush illegally wiretapping innocent American citizens?"

    02/09/2006 5:48:53 PM PST · by Republican Wildcat · 54 replies · 2,495+ views
    February 9, 2006
    This call just rang into my home phone just an hour or so ago: "Do you approve of George Bush illegally wiretapping innocent American citizens? Push 1 for yes, push 2 for no." "Would you support a candidate that support George Bush's illegal wiretapping of innocent American citizens? Push 1 for yes, push 2 for no."
  • Quinnipiac Poll: Most Voters Want U.S. Out Of Iraq

    12/06/2005 7:54:12 AM PST · by COEXERJ145 · 62 replies · 1,472+ views
    AP via Hartford Courant ^ | 12-06-2005 | AP
    NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- Most Americans think going to war was the wrong thing to do and want to see troops pulled out of Iraq, according to a new poll. A Quinnipiac University poll released Tuesday shows that 60 percent of voters favor withdrawing from Iraq and 54 percent believe going to war was wrong. Americans are split over whether President Bush deliberately misled Americans in making the case for war. Bush posted his lowest Quinnipiac poll rating since taking office, with 40 percent of voters saying they approve of the job he is doing.
  • Poll: Liberals stop bleeding in Quebec (Liberal pollsters and MSM in a dreamworld!)

    07/25/2005 7:46:22 PM PDT · by Heartofsong83 · 3 replies · 427+ views
    Canadian Press ^ | 07/25/05 | Alexander Panetta
    Poll: Liberals stop bleeding in Quebec Alexander Panetta Canadian Press July 25, 2005 OTTAWA -- The federal Liberals have nearly doubled their support in Quebec in recent months -- and they would still be relegated to also-ran status in La Belle Province if a vote were held today. Any public-opinion movement in Quebec is significant because several polls have suggested the Liberals could win a majority government if they rebuild their fortunes there. A new Decima Research survey suggests the Liberals, who were in the mid-teens in April, have clawed back from rock bottom and now stand at 28 per...
  • Same-sex marriage bill must stand, "majority" say (Push poll from the liberal media in Canada!)

    07/18/2005 8:27:46 AM PDT · by Heartofsong83 · 12 replies · 692+ views
    The Globe and Mail ^ | 07/18/05 | Brian Laghi
    Same-sex marriage bill must stand, majority say In wake of Tory vow to repeal legislation, poll suggests 55 per cent want it untouched By BRIAN LAGHI Monday, July 18, 2005 Updated at 5:43 AM EDT From Monday's Globe and Mail Ottawa — Canadians do not want their political leaders to undo historic legislation allowing gays to legally marry in the wake of a pledge from the Conservatives that they would do just that if elected. In a new poll conducted for The Globe and Mail/CTV, 55 per cent of Canadians surveyed say the next government should let same-sex legislation stand,...
  • Poll: Most Want Assertive Senate on Judges

    05/20/2005 6:29:57 PM PDT · by SmithL · 46 replies · 1,207+ views
    AP ^ | 5/20/5 | WILL LESTER
    WASHINGTON, (AP) -- More than three-quarters of Americans say the Senate should aggressively examine federal judicial nominees and not just approve them because they are the president's choices. That's one of the few aspects of this divisive issue that gets widespread agreement, according to an Associated Press-Ipsos poll released Friday. Respondents favored conservative over liberal judges in general, 47 percent to 39 percent. As for a possible Supreme Court nominee, 52 percent said they felt comfortable that President Bush would pick the right kind of justice; 46 percent said they did not feel comfortable he would. Senators are locked in...
  • AARP Poll: Appeal of Social Security Private Accounts Drops When Consequences Known

    01/31/2005 4:04:36 PM PST · by qam1 · 46 replies · 1,749+ views
    Du Quoin Evening Call ^ | 1/31/05 | John H. Croessman
    Flora Asa of Dowell and her late husband worked all their lives--she in the nursing profession, he at the Majestic Mine east of Du Quoin. As President Bush pushes to hand part of America's retirement system over to Wall Street, here's Mrs. Asa's response: "Stop flirting with our money and keep your hands off." If given a choice, three in five Americans would strengthen Social Security with as few changes as possible, according to a poll conducted by AARP (American Association of Retired Persons). The poll also found that the more Americans learn about diverting Social Security taxes into private...
  • Bush poll numbers drop to new low (CBS version just out in time for speech)

    05/24/2004 4:32:26 PM PDT · by SierraWasp · 33 replies · 257+ views
    CBS MarketWatch.com ^ | 5/24/04 | Corbett B. Daly
    Bush poll numbers drop to new lowPresident seeks to assure nation about strategy in Iraq By Corbett B. Daly, CBS MarketWatch Last Update: 7:17 PM ET May 24, 2004 WASHINGTON (CBS.MW) -- As President Bush seeks to assure Americans he has strategy for transferring power in Iraq to an interim government run by Iraqis at the end of next month, a newly released CBS News poll shows his overall approval rating has dipped to the lowest level of his presidency. More than half of Americans, 52 percent, now disapprove of the way Bush is doing his job, while 41 percent...
  • presidentmatch.com

    02/26/2004 5:46:53 PM PST · by Born in a Rage · 24 replies · 387+ views
    Here is really interesting little 'quiz' to take which 'matches' your view on issues to the views of people running for president. Have fun! http://www.presidentmatch.com/Main.jsp2
  • DID YOU WATCH THE REAGANS ON SHOWTIME? POLL ON SHOWTIME

    12/01/2003 11:43:35 AM PST · by fight_truth_decay · 27 replies · 487+ views
    SHOWTIME.COM ^ | Dec. 01, 2003 | SHOWTIME
    POLLDid you watch The Reagans on Showtime? Did the movie change your opinion about the Reagan Presidency? How do you think the movie will influence other people's opinions of the Reagan years? How would you characterize the point of view of the movie? How warranted was the controversy over the movie "The Reagans?" How much do you agree with CBS's decision not to run the movie? Did you vote for Ronald Reagan in either 1980 or 1984? To delve into the polarizing issues surrounding the hotly debated movie, SHOWTIME will present a special round-table forum, CONTROVERSY: "THE REAGANS." The forum...
  • Poll currently being Manipulated by the Dumb Underworld

    10/10/2003 12:34:25 PM PDT · by SirFishalot · 41 replies · 1,644+ views
    If the 2004 presidential election was held today, would you vote for George W. Bush, the Republican incumbent, or the Democratic nominee?
  • STUPID AOL POLL:WAS THERE A CASE FOR WAR

    09/21/2003 1:58:44 AM PDT · by woofie · 11 replies · 210+ views
    AOL ^ | now | idiots at AOL
    This is a stupid poll on AOL: WAS THERE A CASE FOR WAR I hope people can freep this sucker ....Yea I know it means nothing but it makes me mad Updated: 06:11 PM EDT 'Made Up in Texas' Six months after the war on Iraq started, the fighting's still intense -- over there and over here. This week, key figures blasted the Bush administration over its case for war. One even called it a "fraud." But the president is sticking to his guns. Read the quotes below. Who's right? · Share Thoughts · Chat AP "There was no imminent...
  • Poll: Did Saddam Hussein have weapons of mass destruction? [CNN POLL]

    06/29/2003 11:32:52 AM PDT · by elhombrelibre · 63 replies · 291+ views
    CNN ^ | 29 Jun 03 | CNN Poll
    <p>Looks like a poll about the new nuke components found is showing most voters think this proves there wasn't WMD in Iraq.</p>
  • Americans Wary of War but Willing to Let Bush Wage It (LA Times Push Poll)

    02/04/2003 1:54:11 AM PST · by Timesink · 1 replies · 177+ views
    Los Angeles Times ^ | February 4, 2003 | Ronald Brownstein
    THE TIMES POLL Americans Wary of War but Willing to Let Bush Wage ItBy Ronald BrownsteinTimes Staff Writer February 4 2003 WASHINGTON -- Even after President Bush's stern State of the Union address, most Americans remain reluctant to invade Iraq without explicit U.N. authorization, though a narrow majority would support acting with a smaller coalition of willing nations, a new Los Angeles Times Poll has found.[...]While Bush still draws high marks for his handling of terrorism and engenders respect as a level-headed chief executive, his overall job-approval rating dropped to 56%. That is down seven percentage points from December, and...
  • BEWARE THE TIMES' PUSH POLL

    10/08/2002 6:54:30 AM PDT · by ex-Texan · 18 replies · 518+ views
    New York Post ^ | 10/8/202 | Dick Morris - Editorial
    <p>October 8, 2002 -- ‘PUBLIC Says Bush Needs To Pay Heed To Weak Economy," blared yesterday's New York Times. Based on a telephone survey last week of 564 registered voters, the article claimed a majority of American voters believed that the president is spending too much time talking about Iraq while neglecting domestic problems. But take a close look at the poll: The phrasing of the questions is so slanted and biased that it amounts to journalistic "push polling" - the use of "objective" polling to generate a predetermined result, and so vindicate a specific point of view.</p>
  • ***Help Freeper Draft Letter to Editor-RE:Push Poll***

    03/24/2002 10:16:45 AM PST · by VRWC_minion · 12 replies · 399+ views
    Freeper E-mail | March 24, 2002 | VRWC_minion
    As posted here I received a push poll Friday Night against the GOP candidate. Since then I have confirmed that it wasn't a poll by the GOP candidate and the Democrat claims no knowledge. Further the polling company refuses to provide the text of the poll. In response I would like to draft a letter to the editor and request your help for both rebuttle information and for suggestions about style. My intial reaction is to keep it short and make it funny by characterizing the questions as being totally exagerated while at the same time providing a rebuttle. I...