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Most Recent Articles: August 2017

August 31, 2017

Voters Think FEMA, Feds Doing Good Job With Harvey Response

The Politics Of Disasters By Kyle Kondik and Geoffery Skelley

GOP Voters OK With Trump Criticism of Republican Senate

August 30, 2017

Kaepernick Hiring Has No Impact on NFL Viewing Habits

Keith Ogre-mann: Conde Nast-y's Misogynist-in-Chief By Michelle Malkin

Voters Don't Think Too Highly of House, Senate

There Are No Decent Plans in Congress, Just Lies, Intraparty Squabbling By Charles Hurt

Price Gouging By John Stossel

Democratic Support for Bipartisan Government Continues to Grow

August 29, 2017

The Rasmussen Minute: Unmasking Violent Protesters

Voters Are Strongly Divided Over Media’s Role in Dividing Us

Can the GOP's Shotgun Marriage Be Saved? By Patrick J. Buchanan

Most Feel Bad About Modern Children's Lives

August 28, 2017

29% Say U.S. Heading in Right Direction

72% Say Politicians Talk Race To Get Votes

Most Americans Think 11-16 is Appropriate Age to Get a Cell Phone

August 26, 2017

What They Told Us: Reviewing Last Week’s Key Polls

August 25, 2017

Americans Say Media Identifies With Protesters, Trump With Police

Most Still Give High Marks to Their Kids' Schools

Trump's Palmerstonian Policy By Michael Barone

What Still Unites Us? By Patrick J. Buchanan

August 24, 2017

Voters More Optimistic of Founding Fathers' Views of U.S. Today

Senate 2018: Republican Edge Runs Up Against Trump, History By Kyle Kondik

Americans Prefer September School Start, Summer Break

August 23, 2017

41% Think Navy Experiencing More Mishaps At Sea

Voters See Win in Afghanistan As Unlikely

The Red York Times: First in Fake News By Michelle Malkin

Al Gore's Hype By John Stossel

73% Say Freedom of Speech Worth Dying For

August 22, 2017

The Rasmussen Minute: Media Protests Trump's Response to Charlottesville

47% Say Media Is A Roadblock For Trump

Is Trump's Agenda Being Eclipsed? By Patrick J. Buchanan

Just 28% Think Americans Have True Freedom of Speech Today

August 21, 2017

30% Say U.S. Heading in Right Direction

Voters Strongly Defend Washington, Jefferson, Lessons of the Past

Democrats Decry the KKK While Forgetting Legacy of One of Their Own By Charles Hurt

Voters Side With Trump In Defense of Historic Monuments

August 19, 2017

If You Fire A Fascist, You Are A Fascist By Ted Rall

What They Told Us: Reviewing Last Week’s Key Polls

August 18, 2017

Republicans Tuning into the News Less Than Democrats, Unaffiliateds

America's Second Civil War By Patrick J. Buchanan

What Identity Politics Hath Wrought By Michael Barone

A Third of Republicans Want McConnell, Ryan Out

August 17, 2017

Voters Don't Favor Trump Pardon for Arpaio

Most GOP Voters Say Trump Will Never Make the Media Happy

Governors 2017-2018: The Democrats’ Complicated Path to Big Gains By Kyle Kondik

Most Republicans Now View Mitch McConnell Unfavorably

August 16, 2017

Most Still Say Newcomers Should Adopt American Culture

Voters Think China Should Be Doing More to Reduce North Korean Threat

Where Is the Corporate Disavowal of Black Lives Matter? By Michelle Malkin

Google Women By John Stossel

44% Say Opioid Abuse a Problem Where They Live

 Between Alt-right and 'Antifa,' Media Still Manages to Be Worse By Charles Hurt

August 15, 2017

The Rasmussen Minute: Trump Before Fire And Fury

Voters Are More Supportive of Trump Opponents in Congress

Nearly Half Still Think Trump Less Ethical Than Most Politicians

If We Erase Our History, Who Are We? by Patrick J. Buchanan

August 14, 2017

36% Say U.S. Heading in Right Direction

60% Rate U.S. Society As Fair and Decent

Index Capital Gains for Inflation, Mr. President By Lawrence Kudlow and James Carter

Most Republicans Credit Trump for Job Creation

August 12, 2017

What They Told Us: Reviewing Last Week’s Key Polls

Our Obsession With Trump Shows Authoritarianism Has Arrived by Ted Rall

August 11, 2017

Military Action Against North Korea Likely Soon, Voters Say

Google's 'Tolerance' Requires Repression By Michael Barone

Is the American Empire Worth the Price? By Patrick J. Buchanan

Consumer Spending Update: Positive Economic Attitudes Mean More Spending

August 10, 2017

Most Still Favor Voter ID Laws

Americans Fear Stock Market Could Collapse

Alabama’s Long History With Senate Special Elections By Geoffrey Skelley

Most Still See Voter Fraud as Serious Problem

August 9, 2017

More Voters Give Thumbs Up to Union Leaders

Most Still Say ‘No’ to Letting Illegal Immigrants Vote

Americans Aren't Sure More Work Means More Pay

How Did the Dems' IT Scandal Suspects Get Here? by Michelle Malkin

Under Trump, Homeland Security Actually Gets Around to Securing the Homeland By Charles Hurt

Regulating Guns By John Stossel

August 8, 2017

The Rasmussen Minute: Trump Transitions To Transgender Military Ban

40% Favor Affirmative Action

After the Coup, What Then? by Patrick J. Buchanan

Just 17% Say Terrorists Winning War on Terror

August 7, 2017

32% Say U.S. Heading in Right Direction

13% Have Switched Parties or Gone Independent Recently

More Voters Voting Independent, Want Competitive Third-Party

August 5, 2017

What They Told Us: Reviewing Last Week’s Key Polls

August 4, 2017

Voters Remain Unconvinced There is a ‘Party of the People’

Is Trump's Russia Policy Being Hijacked? By Patrick J. Buchanan

More Americans Think Raising Minimum Wage Will Help Economy

Ignoring the Lessons of Effective Presidents by Michael Barone

August 3, 2017

Americans Are Still Regularly Exercising

Voters Don’t Credit Trump For Improving Economy

Forecast Model Suggests Democratic Gains Likely in 2018 Gubernatorial Contests By Alan I. Abramowitz

More Than Ever Are Optimistic About Economic Opportunity in America

August 2, 2017

More Americans View Boy Scouts Favorably

Most Voters Say Trump Is His Own Worst Enemy

Procter & Gamble's Identity-Politics Pandering by Michelle Malkin

Health Care Debate Hasn’t Dulled Trump’s Political Instincts by Charles Hurt

Trump’s Full-Month Approval Takes a Hit in July

The Trump Budget By John Stossel

August 1, 2017

The Rasmussen Minute: McCain Goes Rogue on Repeal and Replace

Voters Say Trump No Better Than Obama On Immigration

Shall We Fight Them All? By Patrick J. Buchanan

Most Still Oppose Driver’s Licenses For Those Here Illegally


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