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Only 1 in 4 think that the US will be the first country to send a man to Mars, but over half think it's important to send someone to the Red Planet. Earlier this week India launched a satellite into space, with a trajectory set for Mars to measure methane gas levels ...
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While Americans tend to support LGBT anti-discrimination laws, support is weaker than support for laws protecting most other minority groups and is divided along partisan lines Yesterday the Senate passed the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), a law that would prohibit workplace discrimination against gays and transgender people in much the same way that ...
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These are the topline results of a YouGov/Huffington Post survey of 1000 US adults interviewed November 5-6, 2013 on space exploration. The results show that many Americans think it is important for the United States to remain a world leader in space exploration, but half think we are losing a ...
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American attitudes have softened on the President's handling of Syria, but remain pessimistic about the deal to destroy the country's chemical weapons Last week, Syria met its second major deadline in the Framework to destroy its chemical weapons arsenal. The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) reported that Syria has ...
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Half of Americans are unfavorable of any government health insurance, but a majority still approves of Medicare. The problem-filled debut of the federal government’s healthcare.gov website, which was intended to be an easy way to give people access to insurance options, appears to have made what had been an unpopular ...
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Burger King, Taco Bell and McDonald’s have made big strides among the Hispanic demographic over the past two months with two of YouGov BrandIndex’s key indicators, value perception and purchase consideration. These three quick service dining brands were among the top five biggest gainers in both metrics. Long John Silvers ...
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These are the topline results of a YouGov/Huffington Post survey of 1000 US adults interviewed November 4-5, 2013 on Senate elections. The results show that a strong majority of Americans prefer to keep Senate elections, popular elections. The margin of error is 4.7%. Click here to see full tables and ...
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These are the topline results of a YouGov/Economist survey of 1000 US adults interviewed November 2-4, 2013 on the health care reform law. The results show that many Americans consider the law a failure, but private insurance companies are favored only slightly more than the government. The margin of error ...
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These are the topline results of a YouGov/Economist survey of 1000 US adults interviewed November 2-4, 2013 on Congressional and Presidential approval. The results show that a majority of Americans disapprove of Congress. The margin of error is 5%. Click here to see full tables and demographic crossbreaks Did the ...
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