Posts Tagged ‘poll’

Not Swayed


The American people have faced the full force of liberal propaganda – it’s hard to imagine anyone not getting the message – the new immigration crackdown in Arizona is bigoted, racist and hateful. After this barrage, support must have dropped to single digits! Fully 73% say they approve of requiring people to produce documents verifying […]

By 2012


The story is that Harry Reid decided to push immigration reform ahead of climate change legislation as a way to try to drum up support for his reelection bid among Hispanics in Nevada. That sent Republican Lindsey Graham into a tizzy, irate that after months of working on the climate bill, Reid was going to […]



A couple of days ago, a Rasmussen poll indicated that 75% of Americans are angry at the government. That conclusion is now being supported from a liberal source. Two-thirds of Americans are “dissatisfied” or downright “angry” about the way the federal government is working, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll. On average, the […]

Don’t expect to see President Obama visiting Massachusetts over the next few days. If Obama visits Massachusetts and Coakley loses, it would signal that Obama’s ability to motivate rank-and-file Democrats has slipped. It would buoy Republican efforts to take back the House and Senate this fall. And it could fuel criticism that he made a […]

Wasted Moguls


Gallup confirms that conservatism is the dominant American ideology. The increased conservatism that Gallup first identified among Americans last June persisted throughout the year, so that the final year-end political ideology figures confirm Gallup’s initial reporting: conservatives (40%) outnumbered both moderates (36%) and liberals (21%) across the nation in 2009. We’re Number 1! More broadly, […]

Seizmic Shift


If Republican State Senator Scott Brown can win the special election to take over the old Ted Kennedy senate seat, it will shake national politics to the core. The 60 votes available for the Obama administration to armtwist into supporting the unpopular health reform bill, for example, would be gone. Today, a new poll shows […]

Fried Pork


When history is written on what undid the Obama presidency, the focus will be on, I’d wager, his choice of being a leader as destructive to the vision of America as FDR or LBJ rather than leaving his radicalism behind and focusing on being the best president in history. President Barack Obama’s call Tuesday to […]

Autumn Fall


The Rasmussen poll, which surveys likely voters, has shown President Obama’s approval ratings in the upper forties for months. Now another poll, one that surveys registered voters – a less select group who are less informed and thus slower to reflect the decline – has dropped below 50%. Obama’s approval rating fell to 48% in […]

The mainstream media can be pretty devious in the attempts to assist the Obama administration in pursuing its agenda, as can his fellow Democrats. Check out the latest ABC News poll, much touted, along with other polls, for the support shown the Public Option. The survey asked respondents if they favor a health care bill […]

Ascending Party


Looking for evidence that reports of the GOP’s death have been greatly exaggerated? How about taking a look at fundraising by the national parties. In 2009, numbers show that more funds have been contributed to the Republican National Committee, which leads the DNC for the year by about 5 million bucks… $52 million to $46.7 […]

Getting Real


The Rasmussen Poll, America’s most accurate in the last election cycle, says reality is starting to catch up with the President. Overall, 52% of voters say they at least somewhat approve of the President’s performance so far. Yesterday and today are the first time that the number of voters who approve of the President’s performance […]

Second Opinion


On Wednesday, the New York Times reported that 7% of Americans think that Health Care is the most important issue facing the country today. 44% said they approve of the President’s handling of the issue, with 33% unimpressed. Clearly, they weren’t asking the right question. So, on Saturday, the Times gave it another try. Americans […]

Lovin’ Dick


Who do you love? A slim 51 percent of Americans have a favorable view of Vice President Biden. Cheney was at 58 percent in July 2001. Al Gore, 55 percent in April 1993. The veep comparison comes courtesy of the Pew Research Center’s latest report. Who would have guessed that at this point in their […]