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  • Zogby: Majority Favor Strikes on Iran

    10/31/2007 1:45:58 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 27 replies · 105+ views
    Newsmax ^ | October 29, 2007
    A majority of likely voters - 52 percent - would support a U.S. military strike to prevent Iran from building a nuclear weapon, and 53 percent believe it is likely that the U.S. will be involved in a military strike against Iran before the next presidential election, a new Zogby America telephone poll shows. The survey results come at a time of increasing U.S. scrutiny of Iran. According to reports from the Associated Press, earlier this month Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice accused Iran of "lying" about the aim of its nuclear program and Vice President Dick Cheney has raised...
  • DUmmie FUnnies 10-09-06 ("We are really afraid to get our hopes up about November aren't we?")

    10/09/2006 4:46:46 AM PDT · by PJ-Comix · 101 replies · 1,735+ views
    DUmmie FUnnies ^ | October 10, 2006 | DUmmies and PJ-Comix
    It is now a month away from the mid-term elections and we might as well not hold them. I mean the MSM has already declared the Democrats to be the overwhelming winners. Not a doubt about it. The reason is that Mark Foley is gay. That's it. The Democrats will win FOR SURE in November because Mark Foley is gay. See, according the Democrat and MSM hopes, the "fundies" as they are called will stay home and not vote because Mark Foley is gay thus giving the victory to the Democrats. To ensure they stay home, Lawrence O'Donnell and...
  • Zogby Poll: Republicans Can Stay With Congress, Senate

    09/18/2006 12:13:03 PM PDT · by screw boll · 38 replies · 1,667+ views
    Polling Report.Com ^ | Joseph Gestetner
    According to Zogby's latest poll of likely voters, 34 percent tend to vote Republican, 37 percent tend to vote Democrat and 23 percent are "not sure". Considering the 3.1 margin of error, and if some of the "non-sure" voters turn right, the Republicans are in good position of staying in Control of Capital Hill. (If the positive trend in the polls continues, the Republican "will" stay in control of Washington after November).
  • Susan Estrich: "Constitution Protects Reporters' Right to Publish Top Secret Info"

    06/23/2006 1:10:00 PM PDT · by pabianice · 122 replies · 2,517+ views
    Fox News | 6/23/06
    Susan Estrich just summed-up the Left's attitude toward today's NY Times' publishing top secret info on the Justice Department's bank record monitoring of terrorists' financing: 'The US Constitution absolutely protects a reporter's and a paper's right to publish top secret military information.' Further: 'One of the reasons Bush is low in the polls is that the president has lost the respect of the press.' This is the party that plans to retake Congress. Utterly clueless and angry enough to destroy us for spite.
  • Polls: Citizens losing sympathy for Illegal Immigrants

    05/01/2006 8:26:46 PM PDT · by television is just wrong · 107 replies · 3,135+ views
    Polls: Citizens losing sympathy for illegal immigrants By Laura Crimaldi Monday, May 1, 2006 New national polls show Americans are feeling less sympathy toward undocumented workers and have serious doubts the government can fix the country’s massive immigration problem. Recent Zogby International polls show the immigration protests in March left three in five adults feeling less compassionate toward undocumented workers. Even 46 percent of the Hispanic respondents said they are less likely to be sympathetic to the cause of immigrants as a result of the protests. The Zogby poll also shows 18 percent of respondents believe Congress and President Bush...
  • New Zogby Poll: Bush's 2nd term cabinet gets mixed reviews

    01/25/2005 9:56:48 PM PST · by Nascardude · 21 replies · 654+ views
    Zogby International ^ | January 25, 2005 | John Zogby
    President Bush's picks for the top jobs in his second-term cabinet are getting mixed reviews from likely voters, with Secretary of State-designate Condoleezza Rice's nomination receiving the support of nearly six-in-ten Americans—while a majority disapprove of the job performance of Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld. The survey of 1004 likely voters was conducted from January 18 through 21, 2005, and has a margin of error of +/- 3.2 percentage points. The poll finds that 58% approve of Rice's appointment as Secretary of State, replacing retired General Colin Powell. Additionally, a majority (53%) say they approve of the job Rice has done...
  • Zogby Mea Culpa: I am a Pollster, Not a Predictor

    11/08/2004 2:51:36 PM PST · by ambrose · 115 replies · 3,861+ views ^ | 11/8/04
    Released: November 08, 2004 Mea Culpa: I am a Pollster, Not a Predictor By John Zogby Okay, I got it wrong. And I got it right. Last May, I did indeed say that John Kerry would win and, if he didn’t, it would be his fault. Please understand that I wasn’t saying this as a partisan but as a historian of elections. I did not have a horse in this race. For those of you so kind to point out that my brother is on the executive committee of the Democratic National Committee, you need to understand that he was...

    11/06/2004 12:25:33 PM PST · by forest · 62 replies · 5,256+ views
    Fiedor Report On the News #324 ^ | 11-7-04 | Doug Fiedor
    The first thing we have to realize is that media liberals tried to throw the election for the party of the ass again. Of course, this newsletter's readers were alerted[1] back in issue 321 (Another Election Reporting SNAFU Coming Up). In a nutshell, the failed Voter News Service was replaced by two groups headed by former CBS News reporters with their election results funneled to Associated Press to tabulate and disseminate to media outlets. So, we had the very-left (Bush Administration haters) AP essentially programming most news outlets on election results. AP will never be confused with fair and balanced...
  • FRI (11-5) on RIGHTALK! ZOGBY! Watching the Kerry Camp LOSE! Jesse Lee Dukes the SCLC! CALL IN!

    11/05/2004 9:00:01 AM PST · by Bob J · 5 replies · 1,639+ views ^ | 11-5-04 | Bob J
    Friday, November 5, 2004 12pm est - You're man in Washington, Marc Morano, reports his experience on election night INSIDE the Kerry Camp! Get an eyewitness report on their crushing and humiliating defeat! 1pm EST - Paul Weyrich and his guest, polling expert John Zogby, CEO of Zogby International, will analyze the 2004 election results (and why he missed the target!) 2pm EST - Blogs, Stem Cells, and Celebrities – an unconventional look at the forces that shaped the election results and at the impact of those results on our lives. Our guest is Joanna Morgan! 3pm EST -...
  • Zogby Poll: Al Gore Leading Contender Against Bush

    Tuesday, March 18th, 2003 Zogby Poll: Al Gore Leading Contender Against Bush 2:35 PM PST From and A Zogby International poll released today shows that in spite of his three-months absence from the national political scene, former Vice President Al Gore is still the strongest Democratic challenger to President Bush. If the election for president were held today, Bush would be the winner by 51%, with Gore at 42%. All other Democrats lag behind Bush by 12 points or more. The poll of 1,129 likely voters was conducted March 14-16. The margin of error is +/- 3%. Respondents...
  • (James)Zogby: Iraq war a mistake on many levels

    03/18/2003 4:58:44 PM PST · by Dog Gone · 50 replies · 1,006+ views
    UPI ^ | March 18, 2002 | Martin Sieff
    WASHINGTON, March 18 (UPI) -- The United States is basing its Iraq policy on a set of mistaken assumptions, says James Zogby, head of the Arab American Institute in Washington.UPI Chief News Analyst Martin Sieff interviewed Zogby, a prominent and respected leader of the Arab-American community, about his criticisms of the administration's war policy toward Iraq, the possible negative consequences of war and the intellectual assumptions on which the policy is based.--UPI: Why do you believe that President Bush has failed to make an effective case for going to war with Iraq?Zogby: I have argued from the outset that President...
  • Bush Lead Over Potential Democratic Challengers Fades, Gore Surfaces as the Leading Contender

    03/18/2003 1:41:53 PM PST · by areafiftyone · 56 replies · 253+ views
    Zogby ^ | 3/18/03
    President George W. Bush would win re-election over most of his potential Democratic opponents, according to a Zogby America poll of 1,129 likely voters conducted March 14-15.  The poll has a margin of error of +/- 3.0%. The president enjoys a majority or near-majority of support against all contenders, although the election is 20 months away.  He has an average 12-point lead over the current leaders in polling: Connecticut Senator Joseph Lieberman (50%-38%), Missouri Congressman Richard Gephardt (50%-38%), and Massachusetts Senator John Kerry (49%-36%). Compared to similar polling January 4-6, 2003 of 1,001 likely voters, the gap appears to be...
  • Zogby Tracking Poll: Updated Numbers 4-02-2002

    04/02/2002 11:13:22 AM PST · by rface · 14 replies · 126+ views
    Zogby ^ | 4-2-2002 | ZOGBY
    Overall, how would you rate President Bush's performance on the job? Excellent........36.7% Good..............37.5% Fair..............18.2% Poor..............6.7% Not Sure..........0.8% In the Congressional race in 2002, for which party's candidate do you intend to vote - Democrat or Republican? Democrat Party...........31.4% Republican Party.........32.5% Neither..................4.6% Not Sure.................31.5% If the Democratic primary for president were held today and the candidates were ... for whom would you vote? Gore.......... 32.9% Clinton....... 19.7% Daschle.........6.2% Biden...........0.9% Gephardt .......2.5% Bradley........ 6.2% Edwards........ 0.7% John Kerry .....2.3% Bob Kerrey .....1.6% Bayh ...........2.8% Sharpton .......0.3% Lieberman ......4.7% Dodd ...........0.4% Davis ..........1.4% Other ..........2.6% NS ............14.8% Total ........100.0% There's a couple other...