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Obama's approval rating fell from 62 to 52 percent since the last survey in February. Before this 10-point drop, the president's numbers had climbed steadily since November 2011, when 48 percent of voters said they approved of the job he was doing.
Worries about the federal budget deficit have doubled during the past two years, according to new polling released Monday. One fifth of Americans named the deficit as a top concern and 18 percent named dissatisfaction with government, placing them
Topics A couple kisses while standing underneath a tree inside Central Park during a warm day in New York, March 22, 2012. Most Americans believe in love at first sight, have never read their partner's email and think good sex is very important to a
One month later, a survey by Quinnipiac University found that 45% of respondents would support curbing collective bargaining rights to save governments money while 42% would oppose it. More recently, and among Wisconsin voters only, a May poll by
Pa. (AP) — A new poll released Friday shows Pennsylvania's registered voters favor renaming Penn State's football stadium in honor of longtime coach Joe Paterno, who died in January. The Quinnipiac University survey found that 46
Republicans contend their opposition is not rooted in a woman's ability to access birth control, but in the government's right to mandate religious-affiliated employers, such as Catholic hospitals, to cover contraceptives if it violates their faith.
The NDP leadership race is taking a turn for the nasty as party strategist Brian Topp, who bolted out of the gate five months ago with a series of establishment endorsements, is now fighting to regain his status as a top contender for Jack Layton's
News about Seattle City Hall, Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn, Washington Governor Christine Gregoire, Seattle and King County government and more The initiative to privatize sales of hard liquor in Washington, I-1183, is ahead and right at the 50 percent
N.J. (AP) A new poll finds New Jersey residents want the opportunity to legally bet on professional sports games. The Fairleigh Dickinson University PublicMind poll released Monday also finds New Jersey residents are opposed to using public money to
President Barack Obama's politically charged but taxpayer funded bus tour through the Midwest turned into a bust yesterday with his approval rating dropping back to its all-time low of 39 percent in the Gallup poll . Obama's approval in the Gallup