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Poll: Kentucky voters oppose changing law to allow Rand Paul to run for President and Senate at same time

Sen. Rand Paul (R) might have an obstacle to deal with if he runs for president in 2016: The state law back home in Kentucky, which would not allow him to be on the ballot at the same time for both the White House and reelection for his Senate seat. Show More Summary

2014 Midterm Elections

With less than 10 weeks to go before the midterm Congressional elections Americans in general are frustrated with Washington. National polls show that about three quarters of all Americans disapprove of the way Congress is doing its job. Show More Summary

This week's sidebar poll: Which new device are you most excited about?

Here comes the silly season We hope you're buckled in and ready for yet another wild ride in the mobile space this week! We've got boots on the ground in Berlin, New York, Chicago and Cupertino to see all sorts of new stuff from names you know and already love. Show More Summary

No lead falls to 6 points in Scottish referendum poll

Tonight brings a reminder that the Union is in real danger. A new YouGov poll has the No camp’s lead in the Scottish referendum down to just six points. Just… Continue reading The post No lead falls to 6 points in Scottish referendum poll appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

If the latest YouGov IndyRef poll is right then the outcome could be very close indeed

YouGov IndyRef poll for the Times finds NO leads down to just 6%. It was 18% in July. %age of LAB voters supporting YES up from 13% to 30 — Mike Smithson (@MSmithsonPB) September 1, 2014 YouGov/Times IndyRef poll finds undecided voters splitting to YES by 2-1. — Mike Smithson (@MSmithsonPB) September 1, 2014 The […]

10 Best Ways to Secure Your Smartphone

Lock your smartphone We've said a million times, and we'll say it till we're blue in the face. Lock your smartphone. Lock your smartphone! We were also slightly dismayed (though not exactly surprised) to hear in our recent poll that a good third of our readers do not lock their phones. Show More Summary

Mitch McConnell Increases Lead Over Alison Grimes

Just a couple of months away from the November elections, Republican U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell is inching up in the polls. A poll conducted by SurveyUSA for The Courier-Journal found that McConnell is still gaining on his Democratic...Show More Summary

Poll: Your Three European Ryder Cup Captain's Picks

On Tuesday, September 2 at 7 am ET Paul McGinley announces his three choices

How Week 1 College Football AP Poll Would Look If There Weren't a Preseason Poll

The first regular-season edition of the 2014 Associated Press Top 25 poll is set to be released on Tuesday, encompassing the results of the first week of action in relation to how teams were rated in the preseason poll. But just like...Show More Summary

Poll: Americans Overwhelmingly Back Military Strike Against ISIS

A new poll finds that Americans overwhelmingly support a military strike against the Islamic State terror group in Syria, formerly known as ISIS-- an outcome that is in striking contrast to the indecisiveness of President Barack Obama, who has admitted he has no strategy to date on how to deal with the Islamic State’s terrorism. Show More Summary

College Football Rankings 2014: Updated Outlook Before Week 2 Polls

The opening week of the college football proved well worth the wait. With the weekly ritual of football back in our lives, so follows the release of those pesky polls to tell us how the top schools stack up. Offenses ran wild in an opening week full of shootouts and blowouts. Show More Summary

At the elite level, the Supreme Court cogitates about the subtle psychological pressure to pray when a private chaplain performs an invocation at a government meeting.

Here, for example, is Justice Kagan dissenting in the Supreme Court case Town of Greece v. Galloway: A person goes to court, to the polls, to a naturalization ceremony — and a government official or his hand-picked minister asks her,...Show More Summary

Multiculturalism: What the Liberal-Left Would Prefer You Not to Know...

All right, so it was only a straw poll conducted among viewers of yesterday's BBC Sunday Morning Live debate programme: 95 per cent of Britons think multiculturalism has been a failure. But as majority verdicts go, it was a pretty resounding...Show More Summary

Labor's New Groove: Taking the Struggle From Streets to Legislatures at the Twilight of Collective Bargaining

12 hours agoUS Politics / Liberal : Tapped

L abor Day, 2014, comes at a time when Americans have concluded—correctly—that their country is downwardly mobile. In a Rutgers University poll released last week, 71 percent of Americans said they believed the changes to the economy caused by the Great Recession are permanent. Show More Summary

2014 Underdogs Poll, Week 1: BYU leaps to the front of the pack

The Underdogs have a new top dog, which is actually a cougar, but that's just a minor detail. The first week off the 2014 college football season is (almost) in the books, and with it a wacky week of games. As a group, non-power-conference...Show More Summary

Fears of 'Carnage' at Scottish Polling Stations as Tensions over Independence Mount

Fears have been raised of "absolute carnage" at polling stations during the independence referendum in Scotland after the anti-independence campaign complained of a growing atmosphere of intimidation from hardcore nationalists. Alistair...Show More Summary

Daily Dose: Labor Day edition

13 hours agoUS Politics / Liberal : BlueNC

CAMPAIGN 2014 Moral Monday movement looks to show its clout at the polls (MSNBC) -- Despite the Moral Monday movement’s righteous rhetoric and grassroots enthusiasm, as November approaches, it faces its toughest test yet: Can it turn...Show More Summary

Sam Wang Says the Polls Give Harry Reid a More than 50% Chance of Being Senate Majority Leader Next January...: Live from The Roasterie CCCXX: September 1, 2014

Sam Wang: Senate Democrats Are Outperforming Expectations: "The PEC Senate poll snapshot is more favorable to Democrats than... >...The Upshot... The Monkey Cage... FiveThirtyEight, and Daily Kos.... Today’s PEC snapshot... favors the Democrats with a 70% probability.... Show More Summary

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