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Bubble Watch 2014: 'Dads,' 'The Carrie Diaries' and more shows you want gone

Unlike the "keep" side of Zap2it's 2014 Bubble Watch polls, where every show had at least a 10-point margin, the shows you voted to get rid of range from overwhelming votes to dead heats.On the "overwhelming" side are FOX's "Dads," CBS'...Show More Summary

New Poll Shows The U.S. Is Extremely Confused About The Future

4 hours agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

A recent poll conducted by the Pew Research Center shows that the majority of Americans are optimistic about the future. But when asked about specifics, they demonstrated a pronounced nervousness about some of the most plausible and beneficial advancements. Read more...

Bubble Watch 2014: 'Almost Human,' 'The Mentalist' and more shows you want to keep

The 2014 Bubble Watch at Zap2it is over, and interest in the polls ranged from intense (hello, "Star-Crossed" fans) to not so much (most everything on NBC). You voted on 29 broadcast-network shows whose fates have yet to be determined, and you voted to hold onto 12 of them -- only about 41 percent of the total. Show More Summary

It’s Official: Obama Is a Liar

(John Hinderaker) This poll, conducted for Fox News by Anderson Robbins Research (D) and Shaw & Company Research (R), sampled 1,000 registered voters. Released yesterday, it contains good news for Republicans. Its respondents view the GOP slightly more favorably than the Democrats, although the difference is well within the margin of error. Show More Summary

Fox News poll: 6 in 10 American voters think President Obama frequently lies to the country

Trust in Obama has fallen to new lows, a new poll suggests. Around six in 10 American voters think Barack Obama lies to the country on important matters some or most of the time, according to a recent poll commissioned by Fox News. Thirty-seven...Show More Summary

62 Percent Oppose Govt Subsidies to Oil but 58 Percent Favor Subsidies to Wind and Solar Companies

6 hours agoNews : Reason

While most Americans may say oil, gas, and coal companies shouldn’t get taxpayer dollars to help run their business, they are willing to make an exception for alternative energy companies. The latest Reason-Rupe poll finds that 31 percent...Show More Summary

Shock Poll: Charles Koch Has Double-Digit Lead Over Harry Reid In 2016 Match-Up

It appears Harry Reid's almost daily trolling the Koch brothers, has left the vast majority of Iowans cold. A new Washington Free Beacon Poll shows Iowa voters, by a hefty margin, prefer the "billionaire arch-villain", Charles Koch over...Show More Summary

Karl Rove polls prove that GOP Senate victory not assured

Not over. I was just mentioning how hard the GOP's path to the Senate majority was, and Karl Rove's Crossroads decided to support my thesis by polling a bunch of the key Senate races. Politico's Morning Score email newsletter: Arkansas: Democratic Sen. Show More Summary

Fox Surprised Public Isn't Buying Its Efforts To Smear Clinton

Following its protracted campaign to smear Hillary Clinton as a dishonest and untrustworthy leader, Fox News is working overtime to explain away its own polling revealing that the American people trust the former Secretary of State more...Show More Summary

What difference will Algeria's election make?

As Algerians vote in presidential polls, many say the result is all but decided: Abdelaziz Bouteflika will win.

The Second Coming of Homeless Jesus

This week's poll from the Lester & Charlie Institute of Forward Thinking! A couple of weeks ago, we told you about some of the unbelievably heartless ways some American communities have been dealing with homeless people -- from making...Show More Summary

New poll shows Google’s Glass, robots and self-driving cars are tough sells

According to a recent survey, Americans are excited for futuristic technology that you might see in a sci-fi novel, but are anxious about how we’ll get there. That’s the conclusion from a report from a Pew Research Center released today which asked 1,000 Americans what they thought of various technological advancements. Show More Summary

Chart Of The Day

Kliff charts Gallup’s latest numbers: The polling firm’s data shows states that set up their own exchanges and expanded Medicaid had their uninsured rate fall by 2.5 percent, compared to a 0.8 percent drop in states that have opted out of at least one of the health law programs. Separate federal data has shown that states expanding Medicaid have […]

For Midterms, Democrats Need To Find The Anger Vein

Charles Ellison has had enough of the "dissatisfaction poll". He wants to see results of an "anger poll". The post For Midterms, Democrats Need To Find The Anger Vein appeared first on The Good Men Project.

POLL: Who Should Be the Next Villain to Headline Their Own Ongoing Series?

Which of DC or Marvel's supervillains do you most want to see follow Sinestro and Harley Quinn's leads with their own ongoing series?

Season 2 of The Walking Dead hits Vita next week

Informal poll, who plays the series on Vita? It seems like such a late addition platform that, coupled with its small-ish install base, a lot of people who wanted to play The Walking Dead have by the time the Vita versions keep coming...Show More Summary

Will Bad Policy Turn People Against Technology?

Pew Research has an interesting new poll about people’s opinions on technology and the future, but I think the question most relevant to current policy debates is how optimistic people are about technological advancement. By a margin...Show More Summary

New Poll Has Perdue, Deal In the Lead

David Perdue leads Georgia’s Senate race, while Nathan Deal leads the Governor’s race in a new Insider Advantage poll for Atlanta’s Fox 5 and the Morris News Service. Here’s where potential voters in the Senate race stand: David Perdue: 19% Jack Kingston: 15% Karen Handel: 13% Paul Broun: 11% Phil Gingrey: 9% 32% are undecided […]

Daily Meme: Voting Machinations

10 hours agoUS Politics / Liberal : Tapped

We're all about voting and elections today, starting with this Fox News poll showing a wide-open race for the 2016 GOP nomination. Chris Christie leads with 15 percent, followed by Jeb Bush and Rand Paul with 14 percent each, going all the way down to Bobby Jindal with room to move at 2 percent. Show More Summary


WHY ARE WE SUDDENLY HEARING SO MUCH ABOUT ELIZABETH WARREN? SHE’S THE BACKUP HILLARY. WaPo: Poll: Hillary Clinton’s numbers worst since 2008, as GOP brand surges.

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