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Gallup: Americans say Morality in U.S. is Poor

May 24, 2010 Politisite 0

It’s not just the Preacher in the local church saying morality is diminishing in the United States.  A new Gallup poll says that Americans’ are three times more likely to describe the current state of moral values in the United States as “poor” than as “excellent” or “good.” Americans’ assessment of U.S. morality has never been positive, but the current ratings rank among the worst Gallup has measured over the […]

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24% of voters say they are part of the Tea Party Movement

April 13, 2010 Politisite 0

Maybe the left needs to stop attacking and kiss and make-up with the Teaparty movement.  Rasmussen is reporting that nearly one forth of all voters consider themselves part of the Tea Party movement Twenty-four percent (24%) of U.S. voters now say they consider themselves a part of the Tea Party movement, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey. That’s an eight-point increase from 16% a month ago. Another […]

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Chart: 2010 Election Senate Race Update – only 14 Seats Safe

April 8, 2010 Politisite 0

A lot has happened since our last Senate update in January. And yet overall, the balance hasn’t changed dramatically. Republicans are still likely to gain seats in a cycle that started off in 2009 looking good for Democrats. But how many new GOP senators will there be? It’s time for a dose of reality in the midst of April showers for some incumbents. The chart below gives you what you […]

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Report: Media Bias is more of a problem than Big contributions in Politics

April 7, 2010 Politisite 0

Fifty-five percent (55%) of U.S. voters continue to think that media bias is a bigger problem in politics today than big campaign contributions, identical to the finding in August 2008. Thirty-two percent (32%) say big contributions are the bigger problem, but that’s down four points from the previous survey. Thirteen percent (13%) more are not sure. Thirty-eight percent (38%) of voters say they are more likely to contribute time or […]

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Fifty-three percent now trust GOP More on Health Care Issues

April 3, 2010 Politisite 0

Following the passage of the health care bill, 53% now say they trust Republicans on the issue of health care. Thirty-seven percent (37%) place their trust in Democrats. A month earlier, the two parties were essentially even on the health care issue. These results are consistent with the finding that 54% of voters want the health care bill repealed. Rasmussen Reports is tracking support for repeal on a weekly basis. […]

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US: Health Care Gallup Poll 3/7/2010

March 9, 2010 Politisite 0

Gallup 3/4-7/10; 1,014 adults, 4% margin of error Mode: Live telephone interviews (Gallup release) National Would you advise your representative in Congress to vote for or against a healthcare reform bill similar to the one proposed by President Obama? 45% Vote for, 48% Vote against (chart) via Pollster.com: US: Health Care Gallup 3/4-7.

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55% say Congress should scrap Health Care Plan and start over

March 6, 2010 Politisite 0

U.S. voters (55%) would rather see Congress scrap the original plan and start all over again, according to the latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey. Still, the president has made some progress among the public. Thirty-seven percent (37%) now think it would be better to build on the health care plan that has been working its way through the House and Senate as a starting point. That’s up from 28% […]

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Quinnipiac Poll – terrorism suspects should be tried in military courts

February 11, 2010 Politisite 0

American voters say 59 – 35 percent that 9/11 terrorism suspects should be tried in military courts rather than in civilian courts, as currently planned. Voters say 68 – 25 percent that terrorism suspects should not receive all of the constitutional protections afforded by a civilian trial. Democrats prefer civilian courts 48 – 45 percent. Support for military courts is 73 – 23 percent among Republicans and 61 – 33 […]