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Republicans Greatly Divided

Half of them want the party to be more conservative. Forty-six percent of Americans who either identify as Republicans or lean toward the party said they’d like the GOP and its candidates to become more conservative, while 32 percent said it should stay the same. In comparison, 49 percent of Democrats said their party should […]

It’s only one survey, and let’s hope it’s wrong. …a newHuffPost/YouGov poll posed that same question to Americans of different ages, genders and political parties. The results show that Giuliani is far from alone in his beliefs. Overall, 47% of respondents said they believe the president loves his country while 35% said he does not. […]

Congressional approval slips back into the single digits NEW YORK, Feb. 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Last month, many polls – including this one – noted improving attitudes on President Obama’s job performance, both before and after the State of the Union address. New findings show that while there has been some slippage since the post-SOTU […]

Women in the United States are 11 times more likely to be killed by a gun than women in other prosperous countries. The presence of a firearm during a domestic violence incident increases the likelihood of a homicide by 500 percent. Guns are also regularly used in non-fatal incidents of domestic violence, with researchers at […]

The Weekly Standard paints Jeb Bush as the candidate of professional Republicans, but not of voting public. The Washington Post recently christened Jeb Bush the frontrunner, and for good reason. He is pulling in the top Republican talent — the donors, consultants, and various policy advisors necessary to fund and run a top-notch campaign. Yet, […]

63% Oppose Netanyahu Speech

Americans oppose the Israeli prime minister addressing Congress behind the back of the White House. The nationwide poll, released Tuesday, shows 63% of Americans say it was a bad move for congressional leadership to extend the invitation without giving President Barack Obama a heads up that it was coming. Only 33% say it was the […]

Ranking The Presidents

President’s Day prompted several analysts to engage in the always popular practice of ranking the Presidents.  Harry Enten discussed who should really be on Mount Rushmore (and found that they did a pretty good job): But Franklin D. Roosevelt has since joined the four Rushmore presidents in historical greatness; he’s consistently rated among the top […]

Bush And Walker In The Lead

Political Wire: There are three new NBC News/Marist polls of the GOP presidential race from the early voting states. Key takeaway: “Seven different possible Republican candidates get double-digit support in at least one of the states. But only two candidates — Jeb Bush and Scott Walker — are in double digits in all three states.” […]

Chris Christie’s ratings are in the basement. A poll released Friday morning indicated that New Jersey residents have soured on Gov. Chris Christie with just 37 percent of registered voters saying they think favorably of him. The Rutgers-Eagleton poll came as Christie was trying to build a following among national Republicans in the interest of […]

Walker Huge In Drudge Poll

This is not to be discounted, as Matt Drudge continues to be highly influential on the right. As of 3:15 pm eastern time [Monday], Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker was dominating with 47 percent (more than 84,000 votes) followed by Texas Sen. Ted Cruz at 14 percent and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul at 13 percent. Former […]

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