From last night the latest ComRes/ITV news poll of 40 CON-LAB marginals Con 31% (+1) Lab 39% (-2) LD 7% (+1) UKIP 18% (+1) — Mike Smithson (@MSmithsonPB) November 27, 2014 It’s important to tease out incumbency & tactical elements I was tied up last night when the ComRes/ITV online marginals poll was published as well as the latest YouGov which […]
India's leader is well ahead of the Ferguson, Mo., protesters and Russia's Vladimir Putin
In addition to the most toxic discourse I've ever seen, this week has also inspired some of the most breathtaking dumbness the internet has ever hosted. It's time for a Slog poll: Which of these things is the dumbest? 1. This Donald Trump tweet about ISIS and Obamacare: ISIS is starting its own currency. Show More Summary
4chan’s merry schemers cook up a new Thanksgiving appetizer.
Protecting our children and future generations from the impacts of extreme weather like droughts, floods and hurricanes caused by climate change is not as politically partisan as some would have you believe. Recent polls have shown that...Show More Summary
President Obama announces new immigration policies on Nov. 21, 2014, at Del Sol High School in Las Vegas, Nevada If there's one thing we've seen over and over from all sorts of pollsters, it's that Americans are very positive on the idea of immigration reform. Show More Summary
A new Gallup poll finds that President Barack Obama's approval rating with working-class white Americans has fallen to just 27 percent, a record-low for his presidency. Among whites who've graduated college, Obama's approval stands at 41%, also a new low in the Gallup poll. Show More Summary
Released tomorrow polling in Doncaster North showing UKIP 2nd so if Tories tactically vote for UKIP Miliband loses #votetorygetlabour! — Lord Ashcroft (@LordAshcroft) November 26, 2014
With the 2014 midterm elections behind us, pollsters and pundits have turned their attention to the 2016 presidential election. Quinnipiac and Rasmussen have released national polls of the nomination contests, while Bloomberg has surveyed the New Hampshire primary (Mitt's their man). Show More Summary
The Quinnipiac poll reports: “Republican voters nationwide want 2012 presidential nominee Mitt Romney back in the game, giving him the top position at 19 percent in an early look at the 2016 presidential race in a Quinnipiac University national poll released today.... With Romney out of the race, Jeb Bush leads with 14 […]
Labour has been trumped by the UK Independence Party as the party of the white, working class voter according to a new poll. In a recent poll, YouGov asked voters which party they thought was the party most in touch with the white, working classes. Show More Summary
The leader of the largest democracy in the world is leading TIME's 2014 poll for Person of the Year
A recent Statnet Research Institute poll reported by the Jerusalem Post shows that 77% of Israeli Arabs prefer to live under Israeli rule than to be governed by Palestinians. Of the Arabs who responded that they prefer to live under Israeli rule, 70% were Druse. Show More Summary
Every year, the National Retail Federation conducts a "Holiday Top Toys Survey" to find out what kids are most interested in receiving as gift for each Christmas season—and for the first time in the poll's 11 year history, Barbie's not topping the list. Frozen is. Awwww yeah, Barbie, how ya like them icicles!
Mitt Romney, the Republican Party’s unsuccessful presidential nominee in 2012, leads the field for the 2016 election among Republican voters, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released on Wednesday. The former Massachusetts governor would have a slight edge over potential Democratic...
In the Sunday Poll at the start of this week it was looking to many like we wouldn’t see a decision anytime soon. Only 6 readers correctly guessed Monday as the day. Here are the results, in chronological order: Q: What day do you think the Michael Brown Grand Jury will...
A new national Quinnipiac poll shows that GOP voters prefer former failed Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney in 2016. The early poll shows Romney leading with 19 percent, while Jeb Bush earns second place. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is tied in third place with neurosurgeon Ben Carson. Show More Summary
A new poll released Wednesday morning found Republican voters are still inclined to back some familiar names in the 2016 presidential race. Two-time presidential candidate Mitt Romney led the crowded field with 19% support, the Quinnipiac University survey found. Show More Summary
By Anu Bararia (Reuters) - The Bank of Canada will likely defer an interest rate hike until late next year despite high household debt and above-target inflation, a Reuters poll showed on Wednesday. The central bank will stay put atShow More Summary
The latest weekly reading of the BludgerTrack poll aggregate offers the Coalition a slight case of dead cat bounce.