Americans remain opposed to sending U.S. ground troops to fight ISIS, though many worry air strikes will not be enough. Americans continue to support air strikes against ISIS targets in Iraq and Syria overwhelmngly, as they have even before the president’s announcement that he would order such attacks.  The latest ...
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Republicans tend to be happier with their representative than Democrats, but GOP voters are much less keen on their party leaders Americans don’t like Congress, and even their own representative is suspect. In the latest Economist/YouGov Poll, a majority of registered voters don’t even think their own congressman deserves to ...
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The support Americans give to new military engagement in the Middle East extends to air strikes but not to troops on the ground or arming moderate Syrian rebels.  In the latest Economist/YouGov Poll, mostly completed before U.S. air strikes were launched against ISIS targets in Syria Monday night, the public opposes troop ...
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Most people continue to disapprove of Obama's response to the ISIS threat, even as they support the actions he has taken to counter it Although the President now has public support for air strikes in Iraq – and even more support for military involvement from Republicans against ISIS in Iraq ...
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However, those who are actually following the issue are more likely to say Scotland should remain in the United Kingdom Only half the American public is paying attention to Thursday’s referendum on Scottish independence – so it’s no surprise that Americans overall aren’t sure what to think about the vote: ...
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The 2008 financial crisis has left a lasting memory of personal impact for all Americans, but opinions differ widely on where America finds itself today Many Americans have not yet forgotten how all-encompassing the 2008 financial crisis was for them personally.  In the latest Economist/YouGov Poll, 45% say the financial ...
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Americans overwhelmingly like Medicaid and Medicare and support Medicaid expansion, though Republicans like Medicaid much less than they like Medicare When the Affordable Care Act came into being, it included a provision for Medicaid coverage expansion and uniformity in coverage paid mainly by the federal government.  The Supreme Court’s Obamacare ...
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