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Most Americans think that the United States is unlike any other country on earth, but generally admit that the United States isn't perfect.  Last week, President Barack Obama described America’s willingness to act as something that makes the U.S. “different” and “exceptional.”  Russian President Vladimir Putin criticized the American belief ...
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Americans are still largely opposed to an attack on Syria but tend to think that President Obama will follow through and launch an attack if they refuse to disarm their chemical weapons.  Saturday’s agreement between the U.S. and Russia on a framework to remove chemical weapons from the Syrian government’s ...
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Americans may be divided on how to interpret the constitution, but half the public agree that the First Amendment is their favorite. Today is Constitution Day, the day where for the past nine years all federally-funded educational institutions have been required to provide additional instruction on the US Constitution and ...
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Americans still widely disapprove of how President Obama has handled the crisis in Syria, but the number who expect a US military strike is dropping quickly. Even a week ago it seemed likely - though no longer inevitable - that the US would end up launching a military attack on ...
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Americans generally think that foreign adoptions are a good idea, but most think that parents should try adopting within the US first Many Americans - for many reasons - have adopted children from abroad for years; recently it become a political issue after Russia made it illegal for children in ...
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