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  • Why Is Donald Trump Polling So Well?

    07/01/2015 12:54:57 PM PDT · by Mariner · 91 replies
    National Journal ^ | July 1st, 2015 | By Lauren Fox
    July 1, 2015 Macy's is ditching him, NBC has let him go, and Univision refuses to broadcast his famed beauty pageant. But American voters are still entertaining the idea of President Donald Trump. In a Republican presidential field rich with esteemed governors and senators, tough-talking businessman Trump has managed to rise in the polls to be a top-tier candidate even after he elicited controversy for his statements about Mexican immigrants during his campaign announcement. A CNN/ORC poll released Wednesday showed Trump had 12 percent of the vote among Republicans and Republican-leaners, second only to former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who...
  • Walker Maintains Lead in 4th Kristol Clear Straw Poll ...Fiorina gets a boost

    06/29/2015 12:35:54 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 9 replies
    TWS - The Weekly Standard ^ | June 22, 2016 | JIM SWIFT
    Over the past few months, the boss has conducted an unscientific straw poll to ask newsletter subscribers and TWS blog readers their top three choices for the 2016 GOP nominee. This morning, he sent out the results, and Scott Walker has maintained his lead. Here's an excerpt from the newsletter: Last but not least: the results of our straw poll. First, a caveat: The last newsletter appeared just before Donald Trump got in the race, so he wasn't on the list of candidates. He nonetheless got a fair number of write-in votes (he ended up with 2% of the first...
  • Poll To Freep: (snip) same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry. What do you think

    06/27/2015 6:55:04 AM PDT · by justlittleoleme · 33 replies
    Halfway down middle of page: Region 8 Responds The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Friday that same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry. What do you think? Agree: 66% Disagree: 34%
  • Poll to FReep:Do you agree with the Supreme Court's decision to legalize same-sex marriages?

    06/26/2015 3:20:20 PM PDT · by AZ .44 MAG · 41 replies
    Tucson News Now (TV 13) ^ | 6-26-2015 | Tucson News Now (TV 13)
    Do you agree with the Supreme Court's decision to legalize same-sex marriages? Yes No
  • Poll to FReep: Do you agree with the Supreme Court's ruling that declared gay marriage < snip >

    06/26/2015 2:52:39 PM PDT · by AZ .44 MAG · 39 replies
    News 4 Tucson ^ | 6-26-2015 | News 4 Tucson
    Poll Question: Do you agree with the Supreme Court's ruling that declared gay marriage bans nationwide unconstitutional?
  • Freep a Poll! (What do you think of the Supreme Court decision forcing same sex marriage?)

    06/26/2015 1:18:05 PM PDT · by dynachrome · 22 replies ^ | 6-26-15 | Headline of the Day
    What do you think of the Supreme Court decision forcing same sex marriage? Fabulous!!! I don't know. Insane
  • 2016 Republican Presidential Nomination - Latest Fox News Poll

    06/25/2015 3:45:53 PM PDT · by entropy12 · 70 replies
    Real Clear Politics ^ | 6/23/15 | Fox News
    FOX News Poll 6/21 - 6/23 Bush------15 Trump-----11 Carson----10 Walker-----9 Paul-------9 Rubio------8 Huckabee---6 Cruz-------4 Christie---4 Fiorina----3 Santorum---3-------debate cut-off point Perry------2 Kasich-----2 Jindal-----2 Graham-----1
  • Poll: Trump Jumps 7 Points to Second Place, Follows Jeb Bush

    06/24/2015 11:10:34 PM PDT · by Cringing Negativism Network · 77 replies ^ | 24 Jun 2015 | by Alex Swoyer
    GOP presidential candidate and real estate mogul Donald Trump had a great day in the polls. A new Fox News poll has Trump in second place to former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush as a favorite for the Republican nomination.
  • WSJ/NBC Poll Finds Hillary Clinton in a Strong Position

    06/24/2015 4:52:03 PM PDT · by Beowulf9 · 16 replies ^ | June 23 2015 | Patrick O'Connor
    She has firm grip on Democratic nomination and leads three GOP rivals, new survey shows Hillary Clinton has emerged from the rocky launch of her second presidential bid with a firm grip on Democratic voters and leads over three potential Republican rivals, a Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll finds. The survey, taken in the days after Mrs. Clinton held her first public rally earlier this month, showed the former secretary of state garnering broad support from voter groups most likely to determine the election, including Latinos and women under the age of 50.
  • POLL - Should US military bases named after Confederates be renamed?

    06/24/2015 6:50:18 AM PDT · by Java4Jay · 53 replies
    What do these US military bases have in common? They are all named for Confederate generals. There’s been talk for years about whether this is appropriate, and now in wake of Charleston and the South Carolina Confederate flag, it’s coming up again.
  • YouGov poll: Pluralities of whites, blacks, Latinos think SCOTUS should not decide for gay marriage

    06/23/2015 7:43:40 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 4 replies
    Hotair ^ | 06/23/2015 | AllahPundit
    Quite a week for unity in America. First the two parties come together in opposition to the Confederate flag, now the races come together in opposition to constitutionalizing SSM. Maybe this is the key to healing the nation, finding things that everyone dislikes. Like the new “True Detective,” or that hot-dog pizza abortion from Pizza Hut.The opposition is mild, obviously, but it’s there. Interestingly, when you remove the Court from the equation, those numbers tilt the other way. Here’s what happens when you ask people if they support letting gays marry legally:Overall it’s 49/41 in favor, with whites and Latinos...
  • MSNBC: Do you think the South Carolina House and Senate will vote to remove the Confederate flag?

    06/23/2015 2:19:20 PM PDT · by central_va · 64 replies
    msnbc ^ | 6/23/15 | msnbc
    Do you think the South Carolina House and Senate will vote to remove the Confederate flag from the state Capitol?
  • Poll: Trump Surges in New Hampshire

    06/23/2015 11:55:32 AM PDT · by Jack Black · 29 replies
    The Wall Street Journal (via Drudge Report) ^ | 6/22/2015 | REID J. EPSTEIN
    He’s dismissed by the political professionals, but there is no denying that the appetite for Donald Trump among Republican primary voters is real. The New York developer and reality television star is second among 2016 presidential candidates in a new Suffolk University poll of New Hampshire Republicans – behind only former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush. The poll of 500 likely GOP presidential primary voters found 14% back Mr. Bush. Mr. Trump is right behind at 11%. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio come next, with 8% and 7%, respectively. The poll tested 19 GOP candidates – a...
  • Trump Surges in Popularity in N.H., Taking Second Place in Suffolk Poll

    06/23/2015 11:23:13 AM PDT · by WilliamIII · 24 replies
    Wall Street Journal ^ | June 23 2015 | Reid J. Epstein
    He’s dismissed by the political professionals, but there is no denying that the appetite for Donald Trump among Republican primary voters is real. The New York developer and reality television star is second among 2016 presidential candidates in a new Suffolk University poll of New Hampshire Republicans – behind only former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush.

    06/23/2015 9:30:23 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 27 replies
    Utah People's Post ^ | 06/23/2015 | Jack Ford
    According to a recent poll, Hillary Clinton seems to be the favorite candidate for the 2016 presidential elections. She has already gained serious ground, leading over all the Democratic candidates and the three potential Republican adversaries. The poll, conducted by the Wall Street Journal/NBC News, took place days after Hillary’s first rally, and it showed the unexpected favor and widespread support she has found among the key voting groups; women under 50 years-old and Latinos have already expressed solid support toward Mrs. Clinton. Among the Democratic primary voters, three out of 4 respondents said Hillary was preferred, whereas Bernie Sanders...
  • Texas Poll: Ted Cruz 20%, Perry at 12% and Walker at 10%

    06/22/2015 5:44:14 AM PDT · by MN_Mike · 30 replies
    Texas Tribune ^ | June 22, 2015 | Ross Ramsey
    I was wondering why Governor Perry was so busy campaigning in his home state.
  • Poll: Majority of Americans Don’t Believe Human Activity is Causing Earth to Warm

    06/18/2015 5:04:44 AM PDT · by Sean_Anthony · 11 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 06/18/15 | Sierra Rayne
    Only 45 percent of all Americans -- regardless of their political leanings -- believe that the Earth is warming The Pew Research Center has released the results of a poll that examines the ideological divide over global warming in the United States. Only 45 percent of all Americans—regardless of their political leanings—believe that the Earth is warming and that the warming is caused mainly by human activity. This is a decline from 50 percent in 2006. The remaining 55 percent either don’t know whether or not the Earth is warming or what is causing the warming, don’t believe the Earth...
  • (Quinnipiac Poll) Majority in three swing states (FL, OH, PA) don't view Clinton as trustworthy

    06/17/2015 1:08:27 PM PDT · by Zakeet · 15 replies
    The Hill ^ | June 17, 2015 | Mark Hensch
    The majority of voters in three critical swing states do not view Hillary Clinton as trustworthy, according to a new poll released on Wednesday. The Quinnipiac University Swing State Poll found that voters in Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania are skeptical of the Democratic presidential front-runner’s integrity by margins ranging from 8 percentage points to 14 percentage points. Fifty-one percent of Florida respondents said they find Clinton untrustworthy; 43 percent said the opposite. In Ohio, 53 percent of voters said they believe Clinton is dishonest, and 40 percent did not. And in Pennsylvania, 54 percent said they do not see her...
  • Poll: Was it improper for Missouri Gov.Nixon to accept a $50,000 donation from UAW

    06/15/2015 3:03:57 PM PDT · by ncfool · 17 replies
    St. Louis Business Journal ^ | June 15, 2015 | St. Louis Business Journal
    Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon received a $50,000 donation from the United Auto Workers international headquarters in Detroit days after his June 4 veto of a bill that would stop employers from having workers pay union dues as a condition of employment.
  • Ben Carson tops GOP field in new 2016 poll

    06/15/2015 2:05:17 PM PDT · by Berlin_Freeper · 89 replies ^ | 06/15/15 | Benjamin Landy
    A new poll shows GOP voters are no closer to picking a front-runner from among a crowded and growing Republican presidential field, with retired neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson emerging with a narrow lead over 15 potential rivals. Carson topped the 2016 field with 11% support from Republican and Republican-leaning voters, according to a national Monmouth University poll released Monday. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker was a close second with 10%, followed by former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, who were tied at 9%. The biggest winner of all, however, was a blank: Twenty percent of surveyed voters...
  • Hillary’s campaign manager: There’s ‘no poll’ suggesting voters don’t trust Mrs. Clinton

    06/15/2015 10:57:35 AM PDT · by Sean_Anthony · 18 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | Robert Laurie
    Nothing to see here - move along Maybe you think you saw an April Quinnipiac poll which found 54% of voters believe Hillary is not trustworthy. “Only 38 percent said they trust the Democratic frontrunner.” Perhaps you’re laboring under the delusion that a June 2nd CNN/ORC poll found that 57% of voters said she couldn’t be trusted. “A growing number of people say she is not honest and trustworthy (57%, up from 49% in March), less than half feel she cares about people like them (47%, down from 53% last July) and more now feel she does not inspire confidence...
  • Seniors Favor GOP When Hillary Clinton is the Democratic Nominee

    06/15/2015 6:19:55 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 25 replies
    Morning Consult ^ | June 10, 2015
    Morning Consult conducted a national survey on behalf of Bring the Vote Home of 3,904 registered voters 65 years old and over on April 27- May 5, 2015 and June 5-8, 2015. Results from the full survey have a margin of error of ±2%. Key Takeaways: Seniors Favor GOP when Hillary Clinton is Democratic Nominee When placed head to head, seniors chose Scott Walker (45%) over Hillary Clinton (36%), and Jeb Bush (44%) over Hillary Clinton (41%) for President. [SNIP]
  • EXCLUSIVE: Shock poll shows Hillary is running BEHIND Republicans in battleground states

    06/12/2015 12:42:01 PM PDT · by Zakeet · 41 replies
    (UK) Daily Mail ^ | David Martosko
    Complete Headline: EXCLUSIVE: Shock poll shows Hillary is running BEHIND Republicans in battleground states as she prepares do-over for sputtering campaign with New York City speech Pollsters contacted 1,618 active voters in Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Nevada, Ohio, and Virginia Results put Hillary Clinton one point behind a 'generic' Republican in those critical 'swing' states that will determine the 2016 election A majority of swing-state voters don't believe Hillary shares their values, and say they don't trust her Real numbers may be even worse for her since the survey 'oversampled' Democrats and women Survey was commissioned by conservative American Crossroads super...
  • Wisconsin Democratic Convention Straw Poll: Clinton 49%, Sanders 40%

    06/07/2015 8:44:26 AM PDT · by Libloather · 59 replies
    Bayou Buzz ^ | 6/07/15
    MILWAUKEE -- Democratic Party of Wisconsin conventioneers backed Hillary Clinton for the party’s presidential nomination next year, while Bernie Sanders finished a strong second, according to a straw poll. Meanwhile, Sen. Kathleen Vinehout of Alma was favored in the 2018 Democratic gubernatorial primary straw poll. Clinton drew support from 252 of the 511 delegates, alternates and registered guests who voted in the straw poll. Sanders was backed by 208, while Vice President Joe Biden and former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley tied for a distant third with 16 votes each.
  • Pew Poll: 72% support letting illegals stay in the U.S. — including 56% of Republicans

    06/04/2015 5:39:05 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 60 replies
    Hotair ^ | 06/04/2015 | AllahPundit
    Help me square this circle. Exhibit A:Aha. So that’s why even a border hawk like Ted Cruz who’s running to the right in the GOP primary feels comfortable backing work permits for illegals. Most of the party agrees with him that they should be allowed to stay — provided, of course, that certain legal requirements are met. Pro-amnesty forces can now declare victory: Even a majority of the GOP is onboard with legalization, and once legalization happens, citizenship will inexorably follow. Game over.But wait. Exhibit B: Republicans (58%) are far more likely than Democrats (23%) or independents (33%) to...
  • CNN Promotes Sinking Obama Approval

    06/03/2015 2:11:18 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 21 replies
    Rush ^ | June 3, 2015 | Rush Limbaugh
    RUSH: CNN. This is not a new thing, but it's the first time I've seen this headline, and it's at CNN. "Obama Approval Heads Downhill." You know, Obama's approval numbers have been in the mid-to-low forties before, around 2012, 2013, maybe even 2014. But the media wouldn't go there. They acknowledged it, but they didn't really promote it, not like Wolf Blitzer did by reporting George Bush at 39% something like 25 times in a three-hour show on CNN. Practically coming out of every commercial break: "Breaking news alert: Bush approval lower than ever!" We've played the sound bite for...

    06/03/2015 1:24:38 PM PDT · by smoothsailing · 24 replies
    Beitbart ^ | 6-3-2015 | John Nolte
    June 3, 2015CNN POLL: GEORGE W. BUSH MORE POPULAR THAN SINKING BARACK OBAMA John Nolte EXCERPT......Bush’s favorability increase — his first in positive territory since leaving office — is likely due to two things. First, Bush has been nothing but a class act as a former president. He has stayed out of the public eye, except to further the causes like those of America’s wounded warriors. He’s removed himself completely from politics. People appreciate a class act, and Bush has been nothing but.Secondly, Bush’s approval numbers were primarily dragged down by the Iraq War. In hindsight, though, the American people...
  • Gallup finds taboos increasingly accepted in America: Right and Wrong are so Last Century

    06/02/2015 8:03:17 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 26 replies
    Hotair ^ | 06/02/2015 | Jazz Shaw
    Believe it or not, this isn’t another article about Bruce / Caitlyn Jenner, though the wider question of gender bending could probably be squirreled away in here somewhere. Gallup took time out from polling people about the presidential candidates they like and asked Americans their annual set of questions on taboo subjects and how accepting we tend to be of actions which have been traditionally shunned. If you only went by the headline (Once Taboo, Some Behaviors Now More Acceptable in U.S.) you might think that we’ve suddenly morphed into a nation of hedonists, but the phrase “more acceptable”...
  • Poll: New speed bumps for Clinton

    06/02/2015 4:04:33 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 9 replies
    CNN ^ | June 2, 2015 | Jennifer Agiesta
    Washington (CNN)More people have an unfavorable view of Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton now than at any time since 2001, according to a new CNN/ORC poll on the 2016 race. While Clinton remains strikingly dominant in the Democratic field, the poll shows that her numbers have dropped significantly across several key indicators since she launched her campaign in April. A growing number of people say she is not honest and trustworthy (57%, up from 49% in March), less than half feel she cares about people like them (47%, down from 53% last July) and more now feel she does not inspire...
  • YouGov poll of Republicans: Marco Rubio 56, Jeb Bush 24

    06/01/2015 7:34:07 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 30 replies
    Hotair ^ | 06/01/2015 | AllahPundit
    The circle is now complete. When Rubio left Bush, he was but the learner. Now he is the master.This is the second YouGov poll in three weeks showing the younger guy from Florida with a big, big, big lead over the establishment favorite in a hypothetical head-to-head. If you wondered at the time whether the earlier result was a fluke, wonder no more.Three weeks ago, YouGov had it 52/25 in Rubio’s favor. But that came with a question mark: Was Rubio’s big lead more a product of his own strength or of Jeb’s weakness? There was no way to...
  • Poll: Walker holds 7-point lead over GOP presidential rivals in Iowa

    05/31/2015 12:44:48 PM PDT · by familyop · 27 replies
    CNN ^ | May 30, 2015 | Maeve Reston and Ashley Killough
    Des Moines, Iowa (CNN)Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker holds a 7-point advantage among Iowan voters over the rest of the crowded Republican field in the scramble for the party's 2016 nomination for president, a new Des Moines Register/Bloomberg Politics poll finds...Walker has not declared his candidacy,...Paul and Carson were tied for second place with 10% of the vote...Florida Sen. Marco Rubio finished tied for sixth place with former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum,...
  • Ben Carson Among Top Five Republican Contenders Tied for Lead, New Poll Says

    05/30/2015 7:50:42 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 30 replies
    Christian Post ^ | 05/30/2015 | Anugrah Kumar
    Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson talks to pastors and community leaders during a meeting at the Bilingual Church in Baltimore, Maryland, May 7, 2015. No clear front-runner has emerged in the Republican field for 2016 in a new Quinnipiac University poll, which shows former neurosurgeon Ben Carson as one of the top five finishers, each with 10-percent support. The top five contenders are former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, apart from Carson, according to the national survey conducted May 19-26 among 1,711 voters across the country....
  • Fiorina, Kasich Crack Top 10 In New Q Poll

    05/28/2015 9:12:38 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 44 replies
    The Washington Examiner - Buzz Cut ^ | May 28, 2015 | Chris Stirewalt
    Marco Rubio skidded. Jeb Bush slid. Ben Carson zoomed. Mike Huckabee bounced. Scott Walker stayed steady. And that’s how you end up with a five-way tie for first place in the latest Quinnipiac University national poll on the GOP Sixteeners. Put another way: With five candidates evenly dividing half of the vote, there is no first place. While Rubio lost a third of his support and Bush continued to droop, losing three points for the second month in a row, all five can say with confidence that they will meet the polling criterion for the first GOP debate, hosted by...
  • Latest Q poll shows the GOP field beginning to shift

    05/28/2015 8:32:33 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 17 replies
    Hotair ^ | 05/28/2015 | Jazz Shaw
    And your winner is… well, nobody, really. The first national poll of GOP presidential candidates since all of the new entrants announced came out this morning and as you might have expected, primary voters are splintering off into various corners rather than solidifying behind a consensus candidate this early in the proceedings. In fact, you can’t even pick out who an early “leader” is because it’s a five way tie at ten percent each. (From Time magazine online.) The Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday found the GOP field split evenly between former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, former neurosurgeon Ben...
  • 2016 Presidential Straw Poll (One America News Network)

    05/22/2015 6:43:45 PM PDT · by justlittleoleme · 23 replies
    2016 Presidential Straw Poll Republicans Ron Paul - 31% Ted Cruz - 20% Scott Walker - 10% Democrats Elizabeth Warren - 10% Hillary Clinton - 7% William McRaven - 6%
  • Clinton Leads Republican Field By Double Digits in Washington [Walker leads w/ conservatives]

    05/22/2015 12:12:39 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 30 replies
    Public Policy Polling ^ | May 21, 2015 | Tom Jensen
    "...6 Republican candidates hit double digits when it comes to who voters within their party want to be their nominee. Scott Walker leads with 18% to 15% for Marco Rubio, 13% for Mike Huckabee, 11% for Ted Cruz, and 10% each for Jeb Bush and Ben Carson. Chris Christie (6%), Rand Paul (5%), and Rick Perry (3%) round out the field. Walker has the slight overall edge on the Republican field due to his strength with voters who identify themselves as 'very conservative.' He gets 28% to 18% for Cruz, 16% for Huckabee, and 10% for Rubio. Rubio's greatest strength...
  • Many GOP voters buy into ‘Jade Helm’ conspiracy theory

    05/15/2015 7:10:09 PM PDT · by EveningStar · 73 replies
    MSNBC ^ | May 14, 2015 | Steve Benen
    ... A new survey from Public Policy Polling finds that one-third of Republicans believe the Jade Helm 15 conspiracy theory that “the government is trying to take over Texas,” and another 28 percent of GOP voters haven’t made up their minds yet about the matter ...
  • Why Are Hillary Clinton's Poll Numbers So Good?

    05/15/2015 8:37:59 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 29 replies
    Weekly Standard ^ | 05/15/2015 | BY JONATHAN V. LAST
    Quick: When was the last time Hillary Clinton had a "good" week? I don't remember either. The last big media stories about Clinton have been: 1.) She runs a shady foundation that burns a lot of money and doesn't do much real-world good. 2.) She had exchanges that looked like pay-for-play while acting as secretary of state. 3.) Because of these problems, she's been ducking the media like crazy. 4.) And don't forget there's that private email server that she shouldn't have been running that would have totally exonerated her about everything if she hadn't nuked it. As Jack Reacher...
  • (Rasmussen) Poll: Michelle Obama would be Hillary’s strongest Dem rival in 2016

    05/14/2015 10:54:37 AM PDT · by Zakeet · 83 replies
    The Hill ^ | May 14, 2015 | Neetzan Zimmerman
    If Michelle Obama decided to run for president in 2016, she would pose the most significant threat, among likely contenders, to Hillary Clinton's chances of winning the Democratic nomination, according to a new Rasmussen poll. A telephone survey of 1,000 likely voters conducted by the polling company found that in a hypothetical match-up between the current first lady and the former secretary of State, Clinton would best Obama 56 percent to 22 percent. That may seem like a significant margin, but according to the most recent RealClearPolitics polling average, Elizabeth Warren, a popular hypothetical challenger to Clinton, receives only 12.5...
  • Poll finds GOP field gaining on Walker

    05/13/2015 11:54:08 PM PDT · by Berlin_Freeper · 36 replies ^ | 05/13/15 | Jonathan Easley
    Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker leads the field of Republican presidential hopefuls, but a pack of GOP contenders are gaining on the frontrunner in the latest survey from the Democratic firm Public Policy Polling. The poll released Wednesday found Walker in the lead for the GOP 2016 nomination with 18 percent support, followed by Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) at 13 percent, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee and Dr. Ben Carson at 12 percent each, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush at 11 percent, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) at 10 percent and Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) at 9 percent.
  • AP-GfK Poll: Many Approve Iran Deal; Most Don't Trust Tehran

    05/12/2015 6:20:00 PM PDT · by CutePuppy · 10 replies
    Associated Press ^ | 2015 May 12 | AP
    Many Americans like the idea of the preliminary deal that would limit Iran's nuclear program but very few people really believe Tehran will follow through with the agreement. An Associated Press-GfK poll finds that just 3 percent said they were very confident that Iran would allow inspections of its nuclear facilities, remove plutonium from the country and shut down close to half of its uranium-enriching centrifuges as the preliminary deal says would be required. Nearly seven in 10 people said they were not confident, while 25 percent said they were only moderately confident. ..... < snip > ..... Although more...
  • USA Today poll: Percentage of Americans calling themselves Christian plummets . . .

    05/12/2015 2:48:01 PM PDT · by Sean_Anthony · 13 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 05/12/15 | Dan Calabrese
    . . . but there is less here than meets the eye. At first, the numbers seem alarming, and there is an alarming element to it. Since the last time such a poll was taken in 2008, the percentage of Americans identifying as Christians has dropped from 78 percent to 70 percent. Yes, 70 percent is still an overwhelming majority, but an 8 percent drop in just seven years is pretty big. So how does one account for those one-time devoted followers of Jesus Christ suddenly abandoning the Kingdom of God? One doesn’t, because that’s not what’s really happened here....
  • New NH poll shows Republicans within the margin of error with Hillary

    05/11/2015 11:36:41 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 13 replies
    Hotair ^ | 05/11/2015 | Ed Morrissey
    Keep in mind that polls this early in a presidential cycle measure mostly name recognition rather than solid voter choice. Even with that caveat in mind — or perhaps because of it — the Bloomberg/St. Anselm poll released last night delivers bad news to Hillary Clinton and Democrats for 2016. Instead of a commanding lead over a field of emerging names, Hillary barely edges out most of the GOP field: There’s no clear Republican front-runner in the New Hampshire presidential nominating contest, while Hillary Clinton retains an overwhelming advantage among Democrats in the Granite State’s first-in-the-nation primary.Clinton’s advantage over...
  • Hot Air Primary Survey: May Edition (HURRY! FReep a poll)

    05/09/2015 1:40:21 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 18 replies
    Hot Air ^ | May 9, 2015 | Patrick Ishmael
  • Uh-oh! Terrible news for Hillary in new poll

    05/09/2015 10:50:50 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 49 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 05/09/2015 | Thomas Lifson
    <p>How long will it take for Democrats to realize that Hillary Clinton is terrible candidate who will lead them to disaster in 2016? That is the key question that most of them are unable to face as the former first lady and disastrous secretary of state rides momentum (and her potential opponents’ fear of her retribution) toward the nomination. Once she is nominated in late July, 2016, they will be stuck with her, an act of God being the only out. So they have a year to think it over.</p>
  • Swing state poll: Voters back Jeb Bush, Scott Walker over Hillary Clinton

    05/06/2015 2:23:46 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 6 replies
    Hotair ^ | 05/06/2015 | Noah Rothman
    As a true bellwether state, New Hampshire arguably deserves its status as the first in the nation primary state. In the last 36 years, only in 2004 have New Hampshire’s general election voters failed to back the ultimate presidential election winner. What’s more, the margin of victory enjoyed by the winner of the Granite State’s electoral votes often closely mirrors the national vote. New Hampshire’s voters truly have their finger on the political pulse. And that’s why the results of the latest Dartmouth University survey should be a source of concern for Hillary Clinton’s campaign. Dartmouth pollsters took an...
  • A Tale Of Two Pollsters

    05/06/2015 11:43:05 AM PDT · by TWhiteBear · 4 replies
    Rasmussen Reports ^ | Wed, May 6 2015 | Rasmussen Reports
    Rasmussen Reports finds that when you survey Likely U.S. Voters: -- 63% think it’s likely some actions Clinton took as secretary of State were influenced by donations made to the Clinton Foundation, including 42% who say it’s Very Likely. -- 51% do not trust Clinton. Thirty-seven percent (37%) say they do trust the former first lady, but another 13% are undecided. -- 52% now believe Clinton’s use of a private, non-government e-mail provider for issues at the highest levels of the U.S. government raises serious national security concerns, up slightly from 49% in early March. -- 45% now say Clinton...
  • Wall Street Journal/NBC Poll: Obama’s Approval Rating Improves

    05/06/2015 10:06:23 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 18 replies
    Eurasia Review ^ | 05/06/2015
    President Barack Obama isn’t exactly riding high on public support, but for the first time in two years more Americans approve of the job he is doing than disapprove. The news comes courtesy of a new Wall Street Journal/NBC poll that was released Monday. It found that 48 percent of Americans approve of the job Obama is doing as president, while 47 percent disapprove. Obama is only one point into positive territory and hasn’t hit 50 percent since February 2013, but it’s the highest number the president has seen in this survey since June 2013. It’s also marked improvement over...
  • Cats and Kardashians

    05/04/2015 6:24:24 PM PDT · by winedarksea · 24 replies
    American Thinker ^ | May 1st, 2015 | Christopher S. Carson
    Just because you’re not interested in politics doesn’t mean politics isn’t interested in you. Americans seem to have forgotten this dictum. A brand-new poll, taken in the form of an online survey, was just issued by the Pew Research Center. It paints a melancholy picture about the abysmal state of knowledge the U.S. public possesses on public affairs – the more so when you reflect that self-selection was probably present. In other words, you probably are brighter than Joe Sixpack if you could be bothered to take the test in the first place. Most people knew who Martin Luther King...
  • U.S. Split Along Racial Lines on Backlash Against Police, Poll Finds

    05/03/2015 7:26:03 AM PDT · by Enlightened1 · 46 replies
    WSJ ^ | 05/03/15 | Janet hook
    Americans are bracing for a summer of racial disturbances around the country, such as those that have wracked Baltimore, with African Americans and whites deeply divided about why the urban violence has occurred, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll has found. A resounding 96% of adults surveyed said it was likely there would be additional racial disturbances this summer, a signal that Americans believe Baltimore’s recent problems aren’t a local phenomenon but instead are symptomatic of broader national problems. When asked to explain recent events in Baltimore and other cities that have seen confrontations between police and members of...