Economist/YouGov Poll
Embassies 'important', but some seen as unsafe image

Embassies 'important', but some seen as unsafe

Americans fear embassies in several countries are too dangerous to keep open, while approval of President Obama's handling of foreign policy dips While nearly all Americans believe it is important for the United States to maintain embassies and consulates around the world, there are some places that might be too dangerous -- and sometimes the right thing to do is to evacuate American personnel.  According to the latest Economist/YouGov Poll, Libya is one of those places.   Support for the ... read more


Politics

President Obama and the employer mandate delay

President Obama and the employer mandate delay image

Americans take their cues from the people associated with an action.  In last week’s Economist/YouGov Poll, opinions about the employer mandate and its delayed implementation may have suggested significant confusion, but really indicated how partisans react to mentions of President ... read more

The CBS News/New York Times Battleground Tracker

The CBS News/New York Times Battleground Tracker image

YouGov has created a panel of over 100,000 registered voters who will be interviewed four times between July and November for the nation’s newspaper of record and premier television network. The panelists come from each of the 50 states and ... read more


Consumer

Despite crisis, GM has unusual hold on current customers

Despite crisis, GM has unusual hold on current customers image

GM’s unexpectedly strong new car sales in ... read more

Costco Tops the LGBT Brand List

Costco Tops the LGBT Brand List image

Costco has jumped from last year’s number 14 position to take the top spot as this year’s best perceived brand by LGBT Americans. The Human Right Campaign gave Costco a score of 90 out of a possible 100 points in ... read more


Life

One in five Americans knew it was Ramadan

One in five Americans knew it was Ramadan image

20% of Americans knew it was the month-long holiday of Ramadan when asked last week, and 38% say they personally know someone who is Muslim Muslims around the world recently celebrated Eid ul-Fitr, a holiday marking the end of Ramadan. ... read more

100 years on: How Americans remember WWI

100 years on: How Americans remember WWI image

Americans tend to say the United States had a responsibility to fight in World War I, but many don't know – as is the case with several key facts about the war On July 28th, 1914, Austria-Hungary invaded Serbia, in ... read more


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Embassies 'important', but some seen as unsafe

07/29/2014

Americans fear embassies in several countries are too dangerous to keep open, while approval of President Obama's handling of foreign policy dips While nearly all ... read more

President Obama and the employer mandate delay

07/27/2014

Whether or not people support delaying the business health insurance mandate depends on whether or not you mention the president in the question Americans take ... read more


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