Most Americans don't blame Barack Obama for crises in Ukraine, Syria, or Israel – but the President still gets negative ratings for his handling of each one Ukraine, Syria, Israel.  American President Barack Obama gets negative ratings from Americans on his handling of all three crises, even though most respondents ...
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Most Democrats think the number of people with health insurance has increased since last July, while most Republicans do not All indications are that under Obamacare there has been a drop in the number of people who are uninsured.  All polls, including this one, find more people this year than ...
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Americans tend to sympathize more with the Israelis than the Palestinian in their conflict, but people who support Israel aren't sure that the US government sides with Israel Americans are more sympathetic towards Israel in the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.   In the latest Economist/YouGov Poll, sympathy with ...
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The unemployment rate may be falling, but many Americans still perceive a stagnating economy The steady – but slow – drop in the country’s unemployment still hasn’t convinced Americans that the economy is improving, even though the latest Economist/YouGov Poll finds an increasing number recognizing that the unemployment rate is ...
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Public opinion of the Supreme Court has improved in the wake of the Hobby Lobby decision, particularly among independents Last week’s controversial Supreme Court Hobby Lobby decision, which allowed certain “closely-held” corporations to claim a religious exemption from some laws, appears to have helped the image of the Supreme Court ...
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