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  • Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Is AMAC’s 2022 Man of the Year

    01/28/2023 6:59:57 PM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 55 replies
    The Association of Mature American Citizens ^ | January 27, 2023 | AMAC, John Grimaldi
    WASHINGTON, DC, Jan 27 — Americans continue to relocate to Florida in record numbers. The sun and fun of the sunshine state has a lot to do with it but don’t discount the attraction of the state’s governor, Ron DeSantis. He’s just as popular across the country as he is in his own state. Governor DeSantis was the pick for the Association of Mature American Citizens’ 2022 Man of the Year for the majority of the voters of its 2.4 million members, according to AMAC’s CEO Rebecca Weber. “Once again they showed their preference for leaders who stand up for...
  • South Carolina GOP Presidential Primary Survey

    01/27/2023 11:58:34 PM PST · by Redmen4ever · 16 replies
    Trafalgar Group ^ | 1/28/23 | Robert C. Cahaly
    43.4% @realDonaldTrump 27.8% @RonDesantisFL 14.3% @votetimscott 11.6% @NikkiHaley 1.8% @Mike_Pence 1.1% @mikepompeo
  • Just 27 percent in new poll say House GOP leaders are prioritizing most important issues

    01/26/2023 11:02:07 AM PST · by ChicagoConservative27 · 26 replies
    The Hill ^ | 01-26-2023 | JULIA MUELLER
    Just over a quarter of Americans in a new poll believe House GOP leaders are focusing on the country’s most important issues, and Republicans, in particular, report dissatisfaction with the heads of their party. According to a new CNN poll, just 27 percent of Americans think House Republicans are prioritizing issues appropriately. The remaining 73 percent of Americans think the GOP leaders haven’t paid enough attention to the nation’s top problems. Almost half of the respondents who identified as Republicans and Republican-leaning independents — 42 percent — disapprove of their party’s congressional leadership, while just 22 percent on the Democrat...
  • Poll: Trump Towers over Potential GOP Primary Opponents with 35-Point Lead

    01/26/2023 7:55:11 AM PST · by SoConPubbie · 22 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 25 Jan 2023 | NICK GILBERTSON
    Former President Donald Trump holds a whopping 35-point lead over the rest of the potential 2024 Republican primary field, according to a poll.The Premise Data poll conducted between January 19-23 found that 59 percent of U.S. adult participants who view themselves as Republicans back Trump in his bid for the GOP presidential nomination, more than doubling the support of his nearest competitor, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL), at 24 percent.No other potential candidate reached double-digit support. Former Vice President Mike Pence landed in third place at eight percent, followed by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), former Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY), and former...
  • Poll Shows Only 48 Percent of Voters Say Migration Flood Is a ‘Crisis’

    01/25/2023 11:11:14 AM PST · by ChicagoConservative27 · 37 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 01-25-2023 | Neil Mureo
    Only 48 percent of registered voters say the nation is suffering from a border crisis and only 45 percent of adults strongly blame President Joe Biden, according to a new poll by YouGov. The poll comes after Biden’s border chief, Alejandro Mayorkas, quietly imported roughly one migrant worker for every American who turned 18. That massive migration shifts much wealth to Wall Street because it slashes wages and salaries for Americans, and also inflates the cost of housing and autos. The poll results show that “it is not enough [for GOP politicians] to just say, ‘We’re gonna build a wall,’...
  • Gallup: Americans Sour on U.S. Healthcare Quality

    01/19/2023 9:31:00 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 70 replies
    Gallup ^ | 01/19/2023 | Lydia Saad
    Story HighlightsLess than half now rate U.S. healthcare quality as excellent or goodAmericans’ 72% positive rating of own healthcare quality also a new lowEvaluations of U.S. healthcare coverage, cost are more subdued but steadyWASHINGTON, D.C. -- For the first time in Gallup’s two-decade trend, less than half of Americans are complimentary about the quality of U.S. healthcare, with 48% rating it “excellent” or “good.” The slight majority now rate healthcare quality as subpar, including 31% saying it is “only fair” and 21% -- a new high -- calling it “poor.”The latest excellent/good rating for U.S. healthcare quality is just two...
  • Biden would defeat Trump in 2024 but lose to Ron DeSantis: poll

    01/18/2023 3:02:44 PM PST · by TBP · 56 replies
    The New York Post ^ | January 17, 2023 | Mark Moore
    President Biden would easily beat former President Donald Trump in a hypothetical 2024 election matchup — but would lose if he faced off against Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, according to a recent poll. In a rematch of the 2020 presidential contest, the 80-year-old Biden would prevail over his 76-year-old predecessor by eight percentage points in the popular vote — 49% to 41% — but would fall to the Sunshine State’s Republican governor by 45% to 42% in a head-to-head contest, the WPA Intelligence survey released Jan. 13 found. Trump announced Nov. 15 that he would mount a third consecutive run...
  • Biden would defeat Trump in 2024 but lose to Ron DeSantis: poll

    01/17/2023 4:19:37 PM PST · by Dr. Thorne · 127 replies
    NYPost.com ^ | 1/17/2023 | Mark Moore
    President Biden would easily beat former President Donald Trump in a hypothetical 2024 election matchup — but would lose if he faced off against Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, according to a recent poll. In a rematch of the 2020 presidential contest, the 80-year-old Biden would prevail over his 76-year-old predecessor by eight percentage points in the popular vote — 49% to 41% — but would fall to the Sunshine State’s Republican governor by 45% to 42% in a head-to-head contest, the WPA Intelligence survey released Jan. 13 found.
  • Morning Consult: Only 16% of Gen-Z adults proud to be American

    01/11/2023 9:15:48 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 56 replies
    Hotair ^ | 01/11/2023 | Ed Morrissey
    Game over, man — game over? Well, maybe, but this new poll result from Morning Consult has a couple of caveats.First, though, let’s check out the graph for our daily end-of-the-world input:Gen Z adults are 18-25 years old, a formative age for political views. For today’s zoomers, COVID-19 lockdowns, social unrest and graphic images of police brutality may be causing them to abandon a sense of American exceptionalism relative to older cohorts, especially in terms of respect for civil liberties at home compared with less democratic countries. If younger Americans think the United States is just one of many countries...
  • More Americans say things are going better in US: poll

    01/08/2023 12:08:13 PM PST · by ChicagoConservative27 · 71 replies
    The hill ^ | 01/08/2023 | Lauren Sforza
    More Americans said things are going better in the U.S., including the economy and inflation, at the start of 2023 than at the start of last year, according to a new CBS and YouGov poll. The view of how things are going in America is slightly more positive this year, with 34 percent of Americans polled saying things are “going well,” compared to just 26 percent last year. Americans’ views of the economy are also up this year, as 31 percent said the economy is “good,” compared to 22 percent saying the same thing last year.
  • Rasmussen ‘BIGGEST POLL EVER’: How Many Americans Think COVID-19 Jabs Caused Death of Someone They Know?

    01/04/2023 7:40:12 AM PST · by SoConPubbie · 40 replies
    Mark Mitchell, head pollster for Rasmussen Reports, said the polling company conducted it’s ‘biggest poll ever‘ in 20 years of business.The poll focused on COVID-19 jab-related deaths.Mitchell started a video presentation with this shocking statistic the poll found:“73 million Americans. That’s how many people say they personally know someone whose death they think may have been caused by the side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine.”The poll’s question read: “Do you personally know anyone whose death you think may have been caused by side effects of the COVID-19 vaccines?”28% said yes.61% said no.10% said not sure.When extrapolated, that equates to roughly...
  • Poll shows huge majority of voters want election changes scrapped: Even Democrats don't like the much-touted new rules on mass mail-in balloting, zero voter ID, and ballot harvesting

    12/29/2022 9:49:05 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 39 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 12/29/2022 | Monica Showalter
    Democrats have introduced ballot-harvesting, junk-mail balloting, and zero voter I.D. as "reforms" to elections, making everything better, creating "the most secure elections in history," as some have brayed. Rammed through blue-state legislatures, these reforms have created conditions for extended countings, making election day into election season. "Count all the ballots," they yawp, claiming they've "extended" the franchise, and made elections "more inclusive." Who could be against that? Apparently, just about every voter out there. According to this I&I/TIPP poll:The recent midterm elections were once again marked by claims of voter fraud and possible ballot manipulation behind the scenes by partisan...
  • Happening Now: Elon Musk Asks Twitter Users if He Should Step Down and He Claims He’ll Abide by the Results

    12/18/2022 5:14:03 PM PST · by stars & stripes forever · 22 replies
    The Liberty Daily ^ | 12/18/2022 | J.D. Rucker
    Twitter polls are absolutely worthless. They’re unscientific, easy to manipulate, and almost always express the bias of either the person posting the poll or the group who finds the poll and hammers it with narrative-busting bot votes. Elon Musk’s polls have proven to have teeth since he has allegedly made major company decisions based on the results. He reinstated Donald Trump and other accounts after polls, for example. But his latest poll is by far the most important. The future of the company will be determined by it.
  • Biden approval rating sits at 44 percent: poll

    12/16/2022 11:44:07 AM PST · by ChicagoConservative27 · 35 replies
    The Hill ^ | 12/16/2022 | CAROLINE VAKIL
    President Biden’s approval rating sits at 44 percent, according to a new poll published Friday, remaining generally consistent with other recent polling on the president. A poll conducted by Morning Consult for the Bipartisan Policy Center found Biden with an approval rating of 44 percent, compared to 53 percent who said they disapproved of his job as president. And while Biden’s approval rating remains underwater, the poll also found that 47 percent of respondents surveyed said they had voted for the president in 2020, while another 43 percent had voted for former President Trump. Eight percent surveyed said they did...
  • Poll: Trump Leads DeSantis by 18 Points in Potential 2024 Primary Matchup

    12/14/2022 6:42:09 PM PST · by SoConPubbie · 70 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 14 Dec 2022 | NICK GILBERTSON
    Former President Donald Trump leads Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) by almost 20 points in a hypothetical 2024 Republican primary matchup, according to a poll.A Morning Consult Poll released Tuesday shows that 49 percent of potential GOP primary voters support Trump in his bid for the nomination, placing him 18 points ahead of his nearest competitor, DeSantis, at 31 percent. No other potential challenger eclipsed the ten percent mark.2024 National Republican Primary:Trump 49% (+18)DeSantis 31%Pence 8%Haley 2%Cheney 2%Cruz 2%Abbott 1%Noem 1%Pompeo 1%Youngkin 1%T. Scott 0%.@MorningConsult/@politico, 4,215 RV, 12/9-11https://t.co/8E7nq4VZzW— Political Polls (@Politics_Polls) December 13, 2022Eight percent of the respondents support former President...
  • Just 18 percent in new poll say GOP control will change Washington for better

    12/14/2022 11:43:05 AM PST · by ChicagoConservative27 · 37 replies
    The Hill ^ | 12/14/2022 | JULIA SHAPERO
    Less than 1 in 5 Americans in a new poll said they believe GOP control of the House next Congress will change Washington for the better. Eighteen percent of respondents in a Monmouth University Poll released on Wednesday said that Republicans — who are set to take control of the House next month after securing a majority in November’s midterm elections — will produce a positive change in the lower chamber. Another 21 percent said they expect Washington to change for the worse under Republican leadership in the House, and about half — 51 percent — said they don’t expect...
  • Gallup: Government Is Americans' Top Problem in 2022

    12/13/2022 7:38:55 PM PST · by Navy Patriot · 17 replies
    Newsmax ^ | December 13, 2022 | Charles Kim
    Most Americans are dissatisfied with the government for the seventh year in the past decade, according to a Gallup Poll released Tuesday. According to Gallup, 19% of Americans name government as the "most important problem" facing the nation in a list of 11, ahead of inflation and cost of living [16%], the economy in general [12%], and immigration at 6%. Other issues such as unifying the country, abortion, crime, and gasoline prices placed lower on the list, with most ranking at 3%.
  • Global Poll Finds Nearly 4 In 10 People Believe Climate Change Is Natural

    12/13/2022 9:15:43 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 72 replies
    Summit News ^ | 12/13/2022 | Paul Joseph Watson
    The results of a global poll are sure to shock those who claim that the “science is settled” on climate change – nearly four out of ten people believe it is natural, not man-made.The worldwide IPSOS survey asked people in 30 countries across five continents to give their views on what they thought was causing climate change.37 per cent of respondents said they believed it was “mainly due to the kinds of natural phenomena that the Earth has experienced throughout its history.”In the seven countries where political leanings were recorded, 28 per cent of leftists said they were climate skeptics,...
  • Republican support for Trump 2024 run collapsing, poll shows

    12/13/2022 8:28:46 AM PST · by karpov · 168 replies
    New York Post ^ | December 13, 2022 | Mark Moore
    GOP backing for former President Donald Trump’s third consecutive White House bid has fallen apart over the past several months, with most Republican voters saying they’d prefer another candidate to carry on his policies in 2024, according to a poll released Tuesday. ​ While 31% of Republican and Republican-leaning independents want Trump, 76, to run again in two years, 61% say they would rather have another GOP standard-bearer, the USA Today/Suffolk University survey found. ​ Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, 44, is their preferred choice. DeSantis, who cruised to re-election Nov. ​8, leads Trump by 23 percentage points — 56% to...
  • Poll Shows Divide In $223,000 Reparations Payments

    12/10/2022 1:23:37 PM PST · by Conservativetpa · 77 replies
    The Free Press ^ | 12/10/2022 | Liam Edgar
    Last week a special task force appointed by left-wing California Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom recommended that black residents of his state be paid $223,000 each as reparations for the legacy of slavery. The proposal allegedly limits possible reparations to state residents who are descendants of free or enslaved blacks who were in the country at the end of the 19th century, according to Fox News...