Pt only Ohio State Top Pick Among Fans to Take NCAA Title

Twenty-eight percent (28%) of college basketball fans believe the Ohio State Buckeyes, led by freshman center Greg Oden will take their first NCAA Men’s Basketball title since 1960. However, a Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of 629 college basketball fans found there is no overwhelming favorite this year. The defending champion Florida Gators are expected to win by 26% of tournament fans, nearly as many as those who pick Ohio State. If the Gators do win the title they will be the first team to repeat as champions since Duke did so in 1991 and 1992.

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Politicians' Deceitful Promise By John Stossel

Will you be able to retire? Maybe not.

Will your state pay what its politicians promised? Almost certainly not.

What They Told Us: Reviewing Last Week’s Key Polls - Week Ending December 2, 2017

The big names in media and government accused of sexual abuse and assault continued this week to fall like dominoes. NBC Today Show host Matt Lauer and Minnesota Public Radio star Garrison Keillor were both fired on Wednesday.

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What They Told Us: Reviewing Last Week’s Key Polls - Week Ending November 18, 2017

The sexual harassment wildfire born in Hollywood and in the media is now sweeping into the halls of the U.S. Senate.

What They Told Us: Reviewing Last Week’s Key Polls - Week Ending November 11, 2017

President Trump has been making headlines during his trip to Asia, ending this weekend with stops in Vietnam for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit and in the Philippines.

2016 Is Looking Like the New Normal By Michael Barone

If you wanted to predict the results of Tuesday's gubernatorial elections in Virginia and New Jersey, you would have been wise to ignore the flurry of polls and campaign events. You would have paid no heed to the conventional wisdom that Republican Ed Gillespie had a solid chance to beat Ralph Northam in Virginia.

 

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