Border War: New Poll Shows Support For A Wall PLUMMETING
It’s not hard to guess what is going on with the results from this latest poll, reported by Hot Air, that shows support for a border wall dropping precipitously. It’s Trump. Sort of a “the friend of my friend is my enemy” kind of thing. From Allahpundit at Hot Air: Five years ago the public was evenly divided. Six months ago the public was still | Read More »
New Poll Shows Voters Overwhelmingly Support Welfare Reform
A vast majority of likely voters in America – including Democratic and independent voters – favor state-driven welfare reform, according to a new poll put out Tuesday by the Foundation for Government Accountability. The poll comes at a time when several million U.S. workers are out of work, and many of them have stopped looking altogether. In the poll, voters were asked if support requiring able-bodied, | Read More »
New CNN Poll: Trump Loses To Hillary, Rubio & Cruz Would Win
CNN/ORC is out with another new national poll this morning, and it tells us exactly the same thing every available source of poll information we have already tells us – Donald Trump is a loser who loses to Hillary Clinton, and it’s not close. As with prior CNN/ORC polls – including the national primary poll that had Trump supporters so gleeful just yesterday – this | Read More »
Second Florida Poll Of The Day Shows Rubio Closer To Trump
This morning’s Quinnipiac Poll of Florida, a poll of 705 likely Florida voters, was ugly for Marco Rubio and absolutely fatal for Ted Cruz and the also-rans, showing Donald Trump up 44-28 on Rubio, Cruz way back at 12%, and the two minor candidates combining for 11%. But a new poll is out that shows the race tighter than all that. The Associated Industries of | Read More »
Ahead of South Carolina, New NBC Poll Has Trump Gaining, Rubio Back In Third
In the new NBC News/SurveyMonkey weekly online tracking poll, Ted Cruz firms up his second place spot, Trump keeps a commanding lead, and Rubio trails in third and is down three points over the previous week. Here is the breakdown of current candidates for the last few weeks: This was an online poll of 11,400 registered voters nationwide from Feb. 8-14 with an overall margin | Read More »
RESULTS ARE IN: Winner of Des Moines Register’s Final Iowa Poll Before The Caucus
The big political news of the weekend is here, and the Des Moines Register‘s poll results are out. Here we go: Trump wins. Cruz is close. Rubio third, and Carson fourth. Here’s the rest of the field. From the Register: Trump stands at 28 percent, while rival Ted Cruz has slid to 23 percent. But there’s still a strong case for Cruz in this race | Read More »
This Pennsylvania Attorney General Democratic primary poll is horrifying.
Kathleen Kane is – somehow – ahead in a poll for the Democratic Pennsylvania AG nomination. The woman might end up going to JAIL.
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What today’s Q-Poll showing Democrats losing in key states does and does not mean.
Today’s Q-Poll shows that Democrats need to start taking this election seriously. Thankfully, they probably won’t, although they’ll think that they have.
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Hillary’s Big Union Problem: Members like Socialist Sanders over ‘Untrustworthy’ Clinton nearly 8-1
Hillary Clinton has a union problem. Actually, with her Benghazi, Clinton Foundation, and e-mail scandals, she has more than just a union problem. However, since no Democrat can win the White House without union support, it is the union problem tham may pose a bigger problem than all the others…And, it has her campaign very worried. Although Hillary Clinton may have once thought that, after | Read More »
New USA Today / Pew poll: Veterans hate the Bergdahl/terrorist swap.
When they write the books on the crash and burn of the Obama administration, they’re going to pick this time period as a good place to start Part III.
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“Hey, America! You want some good infrastructure jobs and more oil?” #keystone
What’s that, America? Support for the Keystone XL pipeline reached a two-year high in the latest ABC News/ Washington Post poll, with the public overwhelmingly saying it would create jobs, while dividing on its potential environmental impact. Two-thirds favor government approval of the 1,700-mile, $5.4 billion pipeline to move oil from Canada to the Gulf Coast, up 6 points from 2012, vs. two in 10 | Read More »
NSF Science Poll: Americans compartmentalize Science
So a headline like “1 in 4 Americans doesn’t know Earth circles sun” is a kind of headline designed to attract a certain crowd. You know the ones I’m talking about: the ones who think they’re just better than you, but at the same time are so insecure about it they’re itching for a debate, after which victory will be claimed regardless of events.
Naturally, a careful study of the poll doesn’t come up with the results the Smug Set is assuming. But to see that requires a curious mind, and not the kind of rigid ideological reflexes that the Smug Set is full of.
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The people support defunding ObamaCare
A new Heritage Action poll finds broad support for defunding ObamaCare: Likely voters support defunding 57%-34%. Among those with strong opinions on either side, those who “strongly support” defunding outnumbered those who “strongly oppose” defunding by a 41%-22% margin, signifying much greater intensity among opponents of the law. Independents, support for defunding 57%-34%, exactly mirroring the result in the overall sample. A large majority, 77% | Read More »
As Erosion of Free Speech Continues 34% Feel First Amendment Guarantees Too Many Rights
Florida Atlantic University (FAU) has adopted a new “Free Speech and Campus Civility” policy, which essentially disregards the First Amendment. Though initially the document espouses the benefits of free speech, it abruptly launches into an assault on the First Amendment rights of the FAU community. “What we do insist on, however, is that everyone in the FAU community behave and speak to and about one | Read More »
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Radio interview: Benjamin Hodge and “Conscience of Kansas” host Paul Ibbetson discuss upcoming local elections
PART 3 OF 4. You can read part 1 here, and part 2 here. Paul Ibbetson interviews Benjamin Hodge on KRMR 105.7 FM about poll in Gardner, Kansas from Benjamin Hodge on Vimeo. Related links: – http://www.redstate.com/benjaminhodge/2012/12/29/gardner-news-runs-article-on-poll-about-property-taxes-and-mayors-election-in-fast-growing-kansas-city-suburb/ – http://libertylinked.com/posts/10138/full-poll-results—gardner/View.aspx “The Conscience of Kansas” runs daily at 5-6 p.m. in central Kansas on 105.7 FM “The Patriot,” the station that carries Rush Limbaugh, Laura Ingraham, and | Read More »
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