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Survey: Most Americans Can’t Name All Three Branches of Government

5 hours agoNews : Mediaite

A new poll by the Annenberg Public Policy Center revealed that most of you failed Civics class in elementary school.

NY Times/CBS Poll: Majority of U.S. Dislikes Obama's Foreign Policy

The latest New York Times/CBS News Poll shows Barack Obama has lost considerable ground with the American public regarding his foreign policy. Fifty-eight percent of respondents disapprove of how Obama deals with foreign policy, 10 points...Show More Summary

Daily dose: Citizens United Unleashed edition

CAMPAIGN 2014 Hagan holds steady lead in N.C. Senate race (Public Policy Polling) -- Kay Hagan continues to lead by 4 points, with 44% to 40% for Thom Tillis and 5% for Libertarian Sean Haugh. Haugh's impact on the race is waning- since June his support has dropped from 11% now down to this 5% standing. Show More Summary

GOP May Lose Kansas For Backing Roberts

It should be noted that the poll is from Democrat-aligned Public Policy Polling but if the numbers prove out, the establishment GOP that threw everything it had at propping up an aging Pat Roberts in Kansas during a bruising primary may yet come to regret it. Show More Summary

Pew Survey: GOP Becoming Less Libertarian on Foreign Policy

Republicans may be moving away from a more libertarian foreign policy approach after the Islamic State's public beheadings of two American journalists. A recent Pew Research poll led the Los Angeles Times to note that the GOP's "libertarian...Show More Summary

Poll: More than three quarters of voters think ISIS will try to strike U.S. soil

A new Fox News poll surveying the American public's view of President Obama's handling of foreign policy found that more than three-quarters (77 percent) of voters think ISIS is planning an attack on U.S. soil. The poll, based on phone...Show More Summary

This Time, Mr. President, You Didn’t Make a Very Good Case for More War

Despite polls this week showing that the public is losing confidence in President Barack Obama’s handling of foreign policy, you can put me down in that dwindling category of folks who, up to now, actually think that his handling of the threat from the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria—ISIS for short—has generally been about right.

There's Been A Dramatic Shift In American Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy, And Hawks Think They Have Their Moment

Sen. Richard Lugar, the former senator from Indiana, points to a number in the new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll as evidence of a stunning shift in American public opinion. Just one year ago, only 28% of Americans said they felt "less safe" than they did before the Sept. Show More Summary

Scarborough Dismisses Obama’s Low Poll Numbers: Polls about War ‘Are Like Vapor’

last weekNews : Mediaite

Morning Joe cohost Joe Scarborough and regular panelist Chuck Todd dismissed the dismal poll numbers on foreign policy for President Barack Obama, arguing that the American public is fickle and reactionary to foreign events, and that a strong speech from the president would erase his approval deficit.

BACKLASH: 85% Disagree With Panera Bread’s Recent Anti-Gun Policy

Panera Bread is asking customers to leave their guns at home. Yesterday CNBC started a poll asking readers if they agree with Panera Bread’s decision. 72% of the public disagreed. Today after more than 33,000 votes 85% of the public … Continue reading ?

FAIR TV, September 8, 2014: USA Today Poll Distortion, Chris Christie's 'Gaffe'

Are corporate media banging the war drums in 2014 just like they did in 2003? USA Today promotes a poll that they say shows the public wants a more 'muscular' foreign policy. But is that really the message the public is sending? Plus the New York Times remembers a Chris Christie foreign policy 'gaffe'-- saying something accurate about the occupation of the West Bank.

Support for U.S. overseas involvement jumps, poll finds

Public support for a more active U.S. foreign policy has grown sharply since last year as Americans see the world becoming more dangerous.

Perry’s Favorability Up 6 Among Iowa Republicans Following Indictment

3 weeks agoNews : Mediaite

Rick Perry should get indicted more often. According to Public Policy Polling, which shared its results with the Houston Chronicle, the Texas Governor's favorability ticked..

New PPP survey finds Iowa's Senate race deadlocked

Democratic Senate nominee Bruce Braley Several recent polls have shown a close race in the U.S. Senate contest in the Hawkeye State, and Public Policy Polling adds another one. They find Democratic Rep. Bruce Braley leads Republican state Sen. Show More Summary

Scott Brown appears to be closing the gap in New Hampshire

(Paul Mirengoff) Yesterday, I wrote about a new poll from Kellyanne Conway’s firm that found substantial public support for a hard line on immigration policy. Other pollsters may be seeing the same phenomenon because certain Republican...Show More Summary

Tribune poll: Voters give Emanuel low marks on his school policies

After a teachers strike, school closings and widespread budget cuts, city voters are increasingly frustrated with Mayor Rahm Emanuel's stewardship of Chicago Public Schools, a new Chicago Tribune poll shows. After a teachers strike,Show More Summary

Democrat Poll: McConnell Surges, Up 5 Over Grimes

Just last month, Democrat pollster Public Policy Polling (PPP) showed Kentucky Democrat Allison Grimes up 2 points over incumbent Republican U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell. A new PPP poll released Tuesday shows a McConnell surge of 7 points. Show More Summary

Alaskans Cold To Palin

The results of a Public Policy Polling survey show Sarah Palin’s decreasing popularity in Alaska. Just 36 percent said they have a favorable view of Palin and 55 percent do not, a poll released Tuesday from the left-leaning Public Policy Polling showed. Only 20 percent of Alaska voters would like to see the 2008 GOP [...]

Hillary Clinton Faults Administration for Rise of Islamic Militants

At a time when polls show dwindling public confidence in President Barack Obama’s foreign policy, Hillary Clinton has taken a fresh step that puts distance between herself and the administration in which she served as secretary of State.

Has Hawaii’s governor lost his mojo?

Gov. Neil Abercrombie By Malia Zimmerman | Watchdog.org HONOLULU — Just months after becoming governor in 2010, Neil Abercrombie was ranked by Public Policy Polling as the nation’s most unpopular governor. In the past three years, his continued to spiral downward. With the Democratic primary set for Saturday, key political polls show he is trailing...

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