A current post at leftist Huffington Post brings their readership the bad news that in one week the Reuters Ipsos poll has shown Clinton’s lead tumble to five points from twelve points, and in a poll listing all four
Gallup today was Romney 51-Obama 45. Polls come and polls go, but this one is significant for several reasons: 1. 50% and up-It is the first time that Romney has gone above 50% in the Gallup tracker. 2.
Gallup has announced that in their tracker Mitt Romney has pulled dead even with Obama since the debate: Registered voters’ preferences for president are evenly split in the first three days of Gallup tracking since last Wednesday’s presidential debate.
The American Catholic (TAC) GOP Poll will be accepting votes until tonight, so if you haven’t voted, now is the time. Thus far former Pennsylvania U.S. Senator Rick Santorum is still leading with 23% (up 1 point since Wednesday) of
The Washington Post has a new poll out which will please both political parties, since the American people in the main agree with both of them. A majority of people want Congress to scrap the current Health Care Reform bills, and
Scott Rasmussen, the best political pollster in the country in my opinion, had a stunner yesterday in his latest generic Congressional ballot: the Republicans have a nine point lead, 44% to 35%. The latest generic ballot numbers highlight a remarkable change
This is only one survey, but it is encouraging all the same. The denial of legal protection to an entire class of human beings is one of the most serious human rights issues of our time. Here’s an excerpt from