Republican Sen. John McCain PPP surveys both the GOP primary and general elections in Arizona, and let's just say they don't exactly bring good news for John McCain. McCain, who is seeking a sixth term, has never had a great relationship with his party's base, and he posts a terrible 41-50 approval rating with GOP primary voters. Show More Summary
Now that the draft has ended, we can start focusing on which of the players will be any good. Especially those players who will end up generating a lot of yards and scoring a lot of points. The poll question for Tuesday’s Pro Football Talk on NBCSN focuses on which rookie will become the 2015…
Ian Poulter and Rickie Fowler have been voted as the most overrated players on tour by their peers. The anonymous poll, conducted by Sports Illustrated, shows that 24% of PGA Tour members feel that the two get more respect than they deserve. Show More Summary
Government says 14 wounded during clashes between demonstrators and security forces over delayed local polls.
President Barack Obama's job approval rating is positive for the first time in two years, according to a WSJ/NBC poll released Monday. The survey finds that 48 percent of Americans say the president is doing a good job, while 47 percent...Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's opposition Labour Party led the ruling Conservatives by 1 percentage point in a Survation opinion poll published on Tuesday, two days before a general election.
As polling day looms on May 7, the United Kingdom is less united now than it was at the last election — and Scotland could hold the balance of power.
Recent Gallup polling shows that taking from the rich to give to the poor is becoming more and more popular. The post Do American Want To Redistribute Wealth? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
He's in. Again.Will he win? It seems unlikely — the latest 2016 poll has him being the top choice of 5 percent of Republican primary voters — although life isn't always about winning, especially when you are a Republican presidential candidate. He is the third Republican presidential candidate to enter... More »
WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—One day after the former Hewlett-Packard C.E.O. Carly Fiorina announced her candidacy for the 2016 Republican Presidential nomination, a new poll shows that she enjoys extremely high name recognition among the tens of thousands of former H.P. employees she fired.
The approval ratings of prospective Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has recently dropped amid a recent string of controversies surrounding her campaign, according to a recent poll released on Tuesday.
The signs start going up pic.twitter.com/xqrNRNCR60 — Mike Smithson (@MSmithsonPB) May 5, 2015 @LordAshcroft final poll details CON 32%, LAB 30%, LDEM 11%, UKIP 12%, GRN 7% — Mike Smithson (@MSmithsonPB) May 5, 2015 I'm told there'll be another Populus poll so latest one wasn't final Con 34 (+1), Lab 34 (+1), Ukip 13 (-2), LD 10+1 […]
A recent poll seems to suggest that Muslims living in the USA want to outlaw free speech and a large number even agree that blasphemers of the Muslim god should
It’s almost that time again. Time for the great British-and-also-Northern-Irish-people to filter in to the polling stations, tick little bits of paper and then have no change ever come about as a result. It’s time for all of the politicians to eat a small child, whip their masks off, and join the commune of molemen buried deep underground once more. Show More Summary
Whoever comes top on Thursday, Labour has won the only poll that really matters – that of Britain’s beloved celebrities, with recent endorsements by Steve Coogan, Delia Smith, Robert Webb,… Continue reading The post Unfortunately celebrity endorsements really do matter appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
With polling day and the subsequent count less than 48 hours away, I have compiled Constituency Profiles for each of the 18 Northern Irish constituencies to help with your enjoyment (if you are a fellow election anorak) of the count and to help appreciate the focus issues and trends which should dominate subsequent media analysis. more...
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker used low expectations in January to his advantage. Pegged as an uninspiring speaker, he wowed the crowd at Iowa’s Faith and Freedom gathering and shot to the top of the polls. He remains a cut above lesser candidates like Sens. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) and remains the prohibitive […]
By George Friedman The United Kingdom is going to the polls on Thursday. Elections electrify the countries in which they are held, but in most cases they make little difference. In this case, the election is a bit more important. Whether Labour or the Tories win makes some difference, but not [...]
Political junkies, even relatively casual ones, have long known that as soon as she stepped back into partisan politics, Hillary Clinton's favorable ratings would drop. During her time at the State Department and in private life, Clinton...Show More Summary