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These are the topline results of a YouGov/Economist survey of 1000 US adults interviewed December 14-16, 2013 on Paul Ryan. The results show that his popularity is declining in the eyes of the GOP, and many would prefer Chris Christie in the 2016 Presidential primary. The margin of error is ...
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Paul Ryan's popularity in the GOP is dwindling, while Mike Huckabee emerges as most favorable among Republicans. The success of Representative Paul Ryan and Senator Patty Murray’s budget compromise in getting through a divided and squabbling Congress this week may be a major legislative accomplishment, but it hasn’t necessarily helped ...
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These are the topline results of a YouGov/Huffington Post survey of 1000 US adults interviewed December 16 - 17, 2013 on unemployment. The results show that few people support criminal charges being brought against people who drink in public, while most support drinking on trains, at sporting events and immediately ...
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Most Americans believe there is a 'war on Christmas' going on In less than a week's time, Americans all over the country will celebrate Christmas day. Though the exact meaning of Christmas has long been controversial, the modern debate over a war on Christmas began in 2004 when Bill O'Reilly ...
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These are the topline results of a YouGov/Economist survey of 1000 US adults interviewed December 14-16, 2013 on the current Congressional budget deal. The results show that a majority of Americans prefer a member of Congress who compromises rather than sticks to principles absolutely, but almost half think a better ...
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Most Americans say that this Congress has done less than normal, while only around a third of the public approve of the new budget deal. Although last week’s Congressional compromise budget deal is about to become law, the agreement hasn’t registered as a net positive for all Americans. Conservative opposition ...
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The federal government is one of the least trusted institutions in the country, trusted even less than banks and financial firms. The federal government is currently preparing to implement a new rule, the so-called 'Volcker Rule', named after former Fed Chairman Paul Volcker who has been its main proponent. The ...
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