Young investors are getting it all wrong. Swiss bank UBS polled 1,117 millennials and Gen X investors in December as part of its regular Investor Watch report and asked them a bunch of questions about investing. UBS defined millennials as between 21 and 37 years of age. Show More Summary
Times reporters weigh in on what to expect at the last Republican debate before New Hampshire voters go the polls.
Bernie Sanders is trying not only to motivate young people to go to the polls. He wants to win over those who are still undecided, including independent voters who represent largest voting segment in the state and can vote for either party in the primary.
Here are the results of the poll.Overall, Now It Is Being Wound Up, How Would You Rate NEHTA's Performance Over The Last Decade?Great 2% Good 1% OK 10% Not Much Good 45% Pretty Bad 15% Just Awful 26% I Have No Idea 1% Total votes: 92 A really decisive poll. Show More Summary
During an informal meeting with some San Francisco market analysts in December, I found myself in the middle of a straw poll on why Foursquare, the locally based discovery app, was slogging behind its competitor Yelp. The vote did not take long, and I remember it was a nearly unanimous. Show More Summary
For the first time in PublicPolicyPolling’s history, the Dallas Cowboys are not the most hated team in the NFL. That honor now belongs to the New England Patriots. The Cowboys are the 2nd most hated team in the NFL and the poll also revealed they don’t deserve to be called ‘America’s Team’. “Every time we’ve done […]
This morning on Fox News's Cashin' In, Eric Bolling proposed that the polling success of Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump is a direct result of the "divided nation under Barack Obama."
That was quick! Establishment Republican and FOX News Channel’s favorite son seems to have peaked too soon. Rubio reached a... The post That Was Quick! Marco Rubio ‘Surge’ Hits Polling High at 19 Percent – Then Drops appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
For the past few days, Jeb Bush has been fighting back against his low poll numbers by calling in reinforcements. Specifically, he called in his mother, beloved former First Lady (and First Mom?) Barbara Bush. He has long tried to distance himself from his borderline-dynastic family, but apparently gave up, and Donald Trump took notice of the new game plan.
For the first time in recorded history, the Cowboys are not the most hated NFL team in America. No, that honor now belongs to the New England Patriots, according to a Public Policy Polling poll. Per a post on the results of the poll: Every time we've done a poll over the years on the most hated team in the NFL the Cowboys have won out. Show More Summary
The Democrat race for the 2016 nomination has now been transformed. Former Secretary of State is as much a frontrunner with as awesome a lead nationally as her impressive margin in the Iowa causes by an awesome margin. Which means: NOT! Sanders and Clinton are now locked in a virtual dead heat: Vermont Sen. Bernie [...]Show More Summary
The presidential candidates will meet in their final debate before voters in New Hampshire head to the polls.
As he has risen in the polls, more attention is being paid to Texas Sen. Ted Cruz’s overall electability as a man who looks, as one fellow Princeton classmate described him: “about as telegenic as an undertaker.” The answer as to why so many people dislike the Texas Republican...
CARA is sharing Pew Research Center political polling numbers at their blog. Respondents weren’t asked to pick a candidate but to say whether they would make a good president (choices were terrible, poor, average, good or great). The results from a January survey: – Marco Rubio at 65% is the most admired (would make an [...]
Tonight, six Republican candidates for President are set to debate in New Hampshire. The Granite State has gained national notoriety for a unique streak of independent thinking. So it should be no surprise that marriage equality polls stronger in New Hampshire than any other in the Union. Show More Summary
The ballot format gives a significant boost for REMAIN Since August PB has been featuring a regular table on the state of voting intentions for the referendum. For the sake of consistency the only polls that are included are those where the actual wording on the ballot, as above, is used. Some polls have used […]
Our fourth annual 'stepping back' poll: can this group of shameless enablers help each other not buy perfume? Let's find out. Name a perfume you've been itching to buy but suspect you might not need, and tell us why you think it might not really be a good use of your money. Show More Summary
Uganda is going to the polls in February. The East African country, which had a troubled past under a military dictatorship and a five-year civil war in the 1980s, has experienced a period of relative stability under long-time rulerShow More Summary
“Hillary Clinton is way behind in New Hampshire, and she is running there like a candidate prepared to cede the first-in-the-nation primary,” the Los Angeles Times reports. “As polls show Sen. Bernie Sanders continuing to hold a sizable lead here, [...]
As Bernie Sanders has risen in the polls, he has been taking increasing heat for some of his apparently vague foreign policy positions and the fact that his campaign does not have a team of establishment foreign policy advisers, unlike typical front-running candidates. Instead of just questioning...