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Many Americans disapprove of the Cheney sisters' behavior, but 1 in 4 Americans have serious political disagreements with a family member. Liz Cheney, daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, is running for Senate in Wyoming and recently re-iterated her opposition to gay marriage in a nationally televised interview, despite ...
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These are the topline results of a YouGov/Economist survey of 1000 US adults interviewed November 16-18, 2013 on humanitarian aid. The results show that a majority of Americans think that the federal government should provide domestic aid regardless of budget in times of natural disaster, but to provide aid to ...
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These are the topline results of a YouGov/Economist survey of 1000 US adults interviewed November 16-18, 2013 on the health care reform law. The results show that a majority of Americans think the reform law was a failure, and many believe President Obama knew about the problems with the website ...
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These are the topline results of a YouGov/Huffington Post survey of 1000 US adults interviewed November 18-19, 2013 on Thanksgiving. The results show most Americans won't drink over Thanksgiving. The margin of error is 4.6%. Click here to see full tables and demographic crossbreaks Do you plan on celebrating Thanksgiving ...
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President Obama's approval rating has continued to drop, while people who have used state insurance exchange websites report far better experiences than people who have used the federal site. More than six in ten Americans in the latest Economist/YouGov Poll who say they have tried to visit the federal government’s ...
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These are the topline results of a YouGov/Economist survey of 1000 US adults interviewed November 16-18, 2013 on health care in different countries. The results show that Americans tend to think healthcare is cheaper in other countries than in the US, while many also think that healthcare is better in ...
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These are the topline results of a YouGov/Economist survey of 1000 US adults interviewed November 16-18, 2013 on attitudes towards Iran. The results show that a many Americans have little trust in the Iranian government, but that a majority think the President should be personally involved in negotiation. The margin ...
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Support for direct negotiations with the Iranians has dropped since September, while trust in the Iranian government to follow through on a nuclear deal is very limited.  Americans don’t trust Iran, and the slow-moving Geneva talks over Iran’s nuclear program has not instilled confidence in Iran’s intentions or the President’s ...
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