From Under the Dome. One of the more intriguing poll numbers in the latest monthly Public Policy Polling survey due out later today: 45 percent. That's the portion of voters who believe the N.C. General Assembly is causing the state "national embarrassment." Bound to be good for business, right?
The paid organizers trying to keep the Boy Scouts' anti-gay policy posted this reassurance to the "On My Honor" Facebook page: A way to recruit fake "victims," that'd for sure. But as for me? I'll stick with the polls.
By Frank Moraes According to Public Policy Polling (pdf), 74% of Republicans think that the Benghazi scandal is worse than Watergate. But I wonder: do these people even know what Watergate was about? That scandal has come to be a blanket term for a whole lot of presidential malfeasance. Show More Summary
A new Public Policy Polling survey finds Rep. Ed Markey (D) is consolidating the Democratic base ahead of the June 25th special election for U.S. Senate. Markey now leads Gabriel Gomez (R) by 7 points, 48% to 41%.
The latest Public Policy Polling data bears sobering news for Senator Marco Rubio, showing his support among conservatives has substantially decreased since last month. When asked for their preferred GOP candidate, only 17% of “very conservative” respondents favored Rubio, while only 18% of “somewhat conservative” respondents favored Rubio. Show More Summary
At least you'll always have Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber. Errr, we mean Lil Twist. A new poll taken by the Public Policy Polling (PPP) finds that this 19-year old is universally disliked across political party lines. When asked for their...Show More Summary
Public Policy Polling's new national survey paints a rather unprecedented picture for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's 2016 aspirations — one that is alternatively beneficial and uncomfortable. According to PPP, Christie earns favorable...Show More Summary
According to a Public Policy Polling survey, an "interesting thing about the voters who think Benghazi is the biggest political scandal in American history is that 39% of them don't actually know where it is." Read more...
Hipster haters, unite: apparently 27 percent of Americans think hipsters should pay a tax for being "so annoying." The Public Policy Polling also found that 42 percent have an unfavorable opinion of hipsters. And with the negative stereotype the subculture carries, it's no wonder even hipsters hate hipsters. Show More Summary
We = Public Policy Polling. 23% of voters said they made positive cultural contributions while nearly half – 46% – went with soulless cultural appropriation. Come on. Doesn't everyone know that an amusing and colorful phrase is going to influence the answer? Ridiculous nonsense.
Americans may buy Justin Bieber's music, but that doesn't mean they like him much. According to a recent survey from Public Policy Polling, the pop idol is just not considered very likable: He received 54 percent unfavorable ratings and only 20 percent likable ones in the poll, which surveyed 571 voters on May 6 and 7 across the U.S. Show More Summary
Public Policy Polling released a poll on Monday finding that more Americans trust former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton over Republicans over the GOP-ginned up Benghazi controversy. Forty-nine percent trust Clinton, versus 39 percent for Republicans. Show More Summary
Headline by Mediaite. Public Policy Polling breaks it down: One interesting thing about the voters who think Benghazi is the biggest political scandal in American history is that 39% of them don’t actually know where it is. 10% think it’s in Egypt, 9% in Iran, 6% in Cuba, 5% in Syria, 4% in Iraq, and 1% each in North Korea and Liberia, with 4% not willing to venture a guess.
enlarge Okay, I know I don’t need to tell you this and Public Policy Polling probably wasted money on a poll we can liken to, “What would you rather do: Have a root canal or spend a day at the beach?” But, poll they did and discovered...Show More Summary
The most alarming thing about the recently released poll from Public Policy Polling on hipsters is that 50 percent of voters 18-29 identifies as hipsters. I am pretty sure this is inaccurate, since actual hipsters would have been unable to … Continue reading ?
A Public Policy Poll shows by 49-39% respondents are siding with Hillary Clinton over Congress in their handling of the Benghazi issue. Voters think Congress should be more focused on other major issues right now rather than Benghazi. By a 56/38 margin they say passing a comprehensive immigration reform bill is more important than continuing to focus [...]
A new survey from the Democratic-leaning Public Policy Polling shows that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is weathering the scrutiny of the recent Benghazi hearings well, with 49% of voters saying they trust Hillary more on the Benghazi issue, versus 39% who trust congressional Republicans more. Show More Summary
Public Policy Polling:PPP's newest national poll finds that Republicans aren't getting much traction with their focus on Benghazi over the last week. Voters trust Hillary Clinton over Congressional Republicans on the issue of Benghazi...Show More Summary
Many Americans are confused about the basic elements of homeowner insurance policies, according to a new study.
A new Public Policy Polling survey finds that Republicans aren't getting much traction with their focus on Benghazi over the last week. Voters trust Hillary Clinton over House Republicans on the issue of Benghazi by a 49% to 39% margin and Clinton's 52% to 44% favorability rating is identical to what it was in late March.