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A Majority of Illinois Voters Back Repeal of Barack Obama’s Health Care Reform Law, New Poll Says

(Chicago, IL) — June 10, 2010. A majority of Illinois voters favor the repeal of President Barack Obama‘s health care reform, according to a new poll. According to a survey of 500 Illinois voters by Rasmussen Reports on June 7: Fifty-four percent (54%) of voters in Illinois favor repeal of the health care plan, slightly … Continue reading »

Elections 2010: American Voters Satisfaction with U.S. Direction Hits Historic Low, New Poll Says

(Princeton, NJ) — May 19, 2010. Americans are the unhappiest of campers, according to a new poll. American voter displeasure at the direction that the county is the lowest since Gallup began polling on the question in 1979. So far in 2010, an average of 23% of Americans have been satisfied with the way things … Continue reading »

Elections 2010: Enthusiastic GOP Voters Fall by 9 Pts, New Poll Says

(Princeton, NJ) – May 6, 2010. It may be premature to draw a definitive conclusion, but the Republicans’ political momentum seems to be stalling. According to a new Gallup poll: Republican registered voters’ enthusiasm about voting in this year’s midterm elections has declined significantly in recent weeks. As a result, Republicans’ advantage over Democrats on … Continue reading »

Elections 2010: “Enthusiastic” Voters Prefer Republicans over Democrats by 20 Points, New Poll Says

(Princeton, NJ) — April 27, 2010. Despite signs of economic recovery, general election prospects are growing more dire for Democrats, according to a new poll. Democrats and Republicans are drawing even among registered voters, but among “enthusiastic voters” — it’s a GOP blowout by 20 points. 20. Gallup reports in a new poll today: Although … Continue reading »

Pew Poll: Economic Problems, Pessimism Weigh on Americans

(Chicago, IL) — April 20, 2010. The scale of the political problems facing Democrats can be viewed through the prism of the U.S. economic problems and anxieties faced by Americans, according to a new Pew Research Center poll. Americans are united in the belief that the economy is in bad shape (92% give it a … Continue reading »

New Poll: American More Happier Today With Current Healthcare System, Costs than a Year Ago

(Chicago, IL) — November 19, 2009. Americans are happier with the U.S. healthcare system. Happy. Happy. Happy. Congress has approved no health care reform. Approximately 50% of all bankruptcies are still by persons overwhelmed by medical costs. More than 31 million Americans still have no health insurance. U.S. health plan costs will continue to be … Continue reading »

New Poll: Republicans, Independents More Likely to Skip Swine Flu Vaccine

From the Department of Kid-You-Not, Republicans (74%) and independents (68%) are much more likely than Democrats (45%) to skip the swine flu vaccine, according to a new John Zogby poll. Continue reading »

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