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Half the public blames Congressional Republicans for the ongoing shutdown, and Democrats are more opposed to compromising than Republicans are. The government shutdown that began on October 1st appears to show no signs of ending, as President Obama cancelled a long-planned trip to Asia in order to stay in DC ...
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Three years away from the next presidential election Ted Cruz narrowly leads Chris Christie as the favorite potential Republican candidate for 2016. Texas Senator Ted Cruz has become one of the favorites of the country's conservative movement, leading the fight to stop Obamacare even if that meant defunding the federal ...
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About three-in-four Democrats hold unfavorable views of Republicans in the House and Senate, and about nine-in-ten Republicans hold unfavorable views of Democrats in Congress. In the weekend leading up to the current train crash in Washington, Democrats were united behind the Member of Congress wearing their colored jersey, while Republicans ...
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Americans are increasingly reluctant to take an active role in the world, while perceptions of Iran are improving after the country's leadership has made efforts to reach a nuclear agreement with the US. As the American public has moved away from confrontation – opposing the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan ...
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These are the topline results of a YouGov/Economist survey of 1000 US adults interviewed September 21 - 23, 2013 leadership during the Syria crisis. The results show that most Americans generally disapprove of how President Obama has handled the crisis. The margin of error is 4.9%. Click here to see ...
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