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  • Washington Post Article: Who are you Going to Believe? Us or Your Lyin' Eyes?

    05/15/2018 5:55:22 AM PDT · by marktwain · 15 replies
    Gun Watch ^ | 15 May, 2018 | Dean Weingarten
    image from pagunblog.com The Washington Post published an article meant to convince the American people that their perceptions of gun ownership in the United States are wrong. They attempt to convince people that surveys showing lower numbers are goodthink. The article admits that gun ownership numbers are hotly disputed. They admit that ownership numbers are difficult to determine. Then they make the claim that ownership rates are falling and that  "In reality, only about 25 percent of Americans own a gun." From the Washington Post: As some 70,000 people attended the NRA’s annual convention last week, nearly three months after...
  • Polls swing toward GOP, easing fears of midterm disaster

    02/04/2018 3:39:06 PM PST · by SMGFan · 32 replies
    The Hill ^ | February 4, 2018
    Republicans are feeling better about their prospects in the midterm elections, buoyed by recent polls that show their numbers improving. An ebullient President Trump touted the shift in public sentiment reflected in recent polls during a joint Senate-House Republican retreat in West Virginia this week. “I just looked at some numbers, you’ve even done better than you thought,” Trump told lawmakers, citing poll numbers he discussed Thursday with National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) Chairman Steve Stivers (R-Ohio).
  • Trump Job Approval: 01/30--02/01

    02/01/2018 6:24:42 PM PST · by Az Joe · 22 replies
    Survey Monkey ^ | 02/01/2018 | Political Polls
    Approve 45% Disapprove 53%
  • Catholic Caucus: Disappointing response to Vatican's unprecedented youth survey

    10/26/2017 5:10:05 PM PDT · by ebb tide · 4 replies
    LaCroix ^ | October 26, 2017 | Gauthier Vaillant
    More than 4 months ago the Vatican posted an online international poll for people 16-29 years of age. It was part of preparations for the Synod of Bishops' ordinary assembly, which is focusing on “Young people, faith and vocational discernment" and is to take place in Rome in October 2018.The direct consultation was unprecedented for the Vatican. It was meant to take place in parallel with the contributions from bishops' conferences from each country around the world.The survey was posted online on June 14 and was designed to be open to all young people irrespective of religion or geographic origin.But a month after...
  • Three Years Ago, Hollywood Liberals Verbally Assaulted Steve Scalise

    06/18/2017 6:11:47 AM PDT · by PJ-Comix · 6 replies
    NewsBusters ^ | June 18, 2017 | P.J. Gladnick
    Steve Scalise suffered a physical assault on June 14 as a result of being shot by a liberal Bernie Sanders supporter. However, few know that three years ago Scalise politely endured a verbal assault by enraged Hollywood liberals in the entertainment business. It was an example of the increasing rejection of civil discourse by the left leading ultimately to the recent baseball field violence we saw a few days ago. A June 16 Hollywood Reporter article by Paul Bond reveals the incident at the Los Angeles home of pollster Frank Luntz who held a soiree in the hopes of bringing together...
  • Trump’s Lead Looks Steady in Run-Up to Super Tuesday

    02/29/2016 8:11:19 PM PST · by BigEdLB · 46 replies
    Survey Monkey ^ | 2/29/16 | Mark Blumenthal
    Super Tuesday is arguably the most important day of the entire primary season—at least so far.snip Despite an especially contentious debate and harsh exchanges that continued over the past weekend, Donald Trump’s support held steady in the states holding Republican primaries or caucuses on Super Tuesday, according to Election Tracking surveys conducted by SurveyMonkey.
  • SHOCK! -- An Open Ended Survey

    10/16/2013 11:18:44 AM PDT · by Avoiding_Sulla · 17 replies
    Pascal Fervor ^ | Tuesday, October 15, 2013 | Pascal
    Dear Readers. I received a survey request (filled in below) from the Media Research Center (MRC). Initially I was expecting just another multiple choice form that misses many of the key issues of the day. Much to my delight, this one actually had, in addition to MRC's preferred topics,  "other" as choices. And what was even more special, MRC provided a space in which to spell out the other choice(s). Burned out naif that I am, I have my doubts they will actually read what I put in the boxes. I know, many of you think I must be crazy...
  • “Gun Use In Self Defense?”

    05/10/2013 7:17:42 PM PDT · by marktwain · 7 replies
    Extrano's Alley, a gun blog ^ | 10 May, 2013 | Stranger
    Someone stopped by searching for “gun use in self defense.” They did not find it where they were sent, because firing a gun in self defense is not the same thing as crimes prevented by a gun. Since most crimes prevented by the presence or the possible presence of a gun are only known to the perpetrator, the place to start is with criminals. Who are hard to pin down unless they are already in prison. From the standpoint of an inmate being surveyed on how often he, or sometimes she, committed a crime, how they selected victims and so...
  • Survey says...

    06/09/2012 10:51:02 AM PDT · by pickrell · 6 replies
    9 June 2012 | Ron Pickrell
    {ring}....{ring}....{ring} Glance at clock, 8:23 A.M, Saturday Morning. Reach out from under bedsheet.. "Hello." "Hello. This is an automated survey from the University of Cincinnati. You will be asked a series of questions on your views abo-" CLICK. Grrrr. It suddenly occurs to me that the autoringer I bought on a lark from EBAY for 25 bucks plus shipping, is about to find it's first use. Throw on P.J.'s, pad down to basement desk, fire up computer. Click Internet Explorer. Click on Google.com. Enter 'University of Cincinnati Board of Regents phone numbers'. ENTER. Ahhhhh. Flip on printer. Print Screen. Locate...
  • 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....
  • When Democracy fails

    02/14/2010 3:26:24 AM PST · by Scanian · 25 replies · 610+ views
    NY Post ^ | February 14, 2010 | REED TUCKER
    You don’t have to be a C-SPAN junkie to see that our government is just plain broken. You get the feeling that more substantial work gets accomplished at a high school’s model UN. But what if it’s not just government that’s broken? What if democracy itself doesn’t work? After watching “Jaywalking,” or, God help us all, an episode of “Jersey Shore,” it’s hard to argue that We the People are best equipped to make the important decisions of state. As Winston Churchill once said, “The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter.”
  • Perry beatig rino senator by 12 points

    07/09/2009 10:27:50 AM PDT · by HamiltonFan · 13 replies · 837+ views
    Texas Monthly ^ | july 9, 2009 | Paul Burka
    posted by paulburka at 9:52 AM Perry’s twelve-point lead is the same as his advantage in last month’s Texas Lyceum poll, which was conducted by the same pollsters — Perry 33, Hutchison 21. Both that poll and this one showed that a large number of voters were undecided or preferred someone else. The Democratic primary results, which show Kinky Friedman ahead of Tom Schieffer, are irrelevant until the field grows. Favorability Perry 42% favorable, 32% unfavorable Obama 43% favorable, 46% unfavorable The Lyceum poll had Obama’s favorability rating in the state as a hard-to-believe 68%, and Perry’s favorable/unfavorable was 57/30....
  • Obama Unable to shake "myth" he's Muslim

    04/04/2009 8:11:09 AM PDT · by lakeprincess · 110 replies · 2,957+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | 4/4/09 | Jennifer Harper
    Some American believe President Obama is a Muslim. The polling numbers have not changed since the 2008 election.
  • Survey Results That will Surprise you

    01/13/2009 7:41:08 PM PST · by chaimke · 1 replies · 412+ views
    Ma’an News Agency (the Palestinian News Agency) is running various polls during the current Gaza conflagration. It asks Palestinians in all walks of life their opinions and I was quite surprised to see the sophistication of the average Palestinian at discerning the truth from the lies told by its leaders. While they are certainly nfar from being head over heels about Israel, the survey results will amaze you!
  • 'Disgusting' Bias for Obama, Time Writer Admits

    11/23/2008 3:56:05 PM PST · by Jet Jaguar · 83 replies · 2,645+ views
    Newsmax ^ | November 23, 2008 | Newsmax
    The mainstream media's support for Barack Obama's presidential campaign was so biased that even major insiders are now admitting they were shocked by its depth and depravity. Last week, Time magazine's Mark Halperin called the media's performance during the campaign simply "disgusting." Halperin told a panel of media analysts at the Politico/USC conference on the 2008 election, "It's the most disgusting failure of people in our business since the Iraq war." He added, "It was extreme bias, extreme pro-Obama coverage."
  • Study: Religion colors Americans’ views of nanotechnology

    02/20/2008 9:39:32 AM PST · by MetaThought · 33 replies · 194+ views
    University of Wisconsin Madison News ^ | Feb. 15, 2008 | Terry Devitt
    Is nanotechnology morally acceptable? For a significant percentage of Americans, the answer is no, according to a recent survey of Americans' attitudes about the science of the very small. Addressing scientists in Boston today (Feb. 15, 2008) at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Dietram Scheufele, a University of Wisconsin-Madison professor of life sciences communication, presented new survey results that show religion exerts far more influence on public views of technology in the United States than in Europe. "Our data show a much lower percentage of people who agree that nanotechnology is morally acceptable...
  • (Eurabia:) 'Ban headscarves' say half of Swedes

    09/26/2007 5:20:48 AM PDT · by WesternCulture · 17 replies · 499+ views
    www.thelocal.se ^ | 09/26/2007 | TT/The Local
    Islamic headscarves ought to be banned at workplaces and in schools - that's the view of half the people surveyed in a new Swedish poll. The poll, the third of its kind taken by Uppsala University to measure Swedes' views of diversity, shows a rising number of people supporting a headscarf ban. In 2005, 43 percent wanted a ban on Islamic female head coverings. This year, 49.8 percent of the 1,065 people asked supported a ban. The results the poll are open to some interpretation. The questionnaire asked people for their view on the banning of the 'slöja' or veil,...
  • Survey: Most Americans Say Founders Intended Christian Nation

    09/14/2007 2:48:36 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 55 replies · 828+ views
    Christian Post ^ | 9/14/07 | Lillian Kwon
    A majority of Americans believe the nation's founders intended the United States to be a Christian nation, a new national survey revealed. In the First Amendment Center’s annual survey measuring attitudes toward freedom of religion, speech and press, 55 percent of Americans said they believe that the Constitution establishes a Christian nation. Furthermore, three out of four people who identify themselves as evangelical or Republican agree while about half of Democrats and independents do. Compared to previous years, more Americans were found to support Christian activities in public schools. Most respondents (58 percent) say teachers in public schools should be...
  • Freep poll(s)! ( Political on the left. Rotating poll on the right)

    04/11/2007 8:05:50 PM PDT · by dynachrome · 5 replies · 228+ views
    www.rightontheright.com ^ | 4-11-07 | Right on Right
    On The Dem Side, Who's The Best? Hillary Clinton Barack Hussein Obama Joe Biden Chris Dodd John Edwards Bill Richardson Al Gore Lieberman- Bring Back Joementum!
  • Exclusive NY1 Poll: Big Apple Voters Are Souring On Giuliani (15% favorable rating by black voters)

    04/11/2007 7:12:48 PM PDT · by jimbo123 · 14 replies · 444+ views
    NY1 ^ | 4/11/07 | NY1 News
    Rudolph Giuliani isn't feeling the love from the city he once served, based on the results of an exclusive NY1 poll. The poll shows that the Republican presidential candidate is better liked by New Yorkers who do not live in the five boroughs, than those who do. “He does a lot better outside the city than inside the city,” says NY1 pollster Mickey Blum. The poll shows that 55 percent of voters statewide have a favorable opinion of the former mayor, while 32 percent do not and 13 percent are undecided. In New York City, however, only 44 percent have...