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Most Recent Articles: December 2008

December 31, 2008

 Americans Closely Divided Over Israel’s Gaza Attacks

 To Kiss Or Not To Kiss On New Year’s Eve

 Now Sits Expectation In The Air

December 30, 2008

Christmas Tops Holiday List, with New Year's Far Behind

Stability Was The Hallmark of Election 2008: Analysis by Scott Rasmussen

 What Israel Still Must Do By Froma Harrop  

 Unpardonable By Debra J. Saunders

December 29, 2008

60% Are Comfortable Using Credit Cards Online

Revisiting the Democratic Primaries: Analysis by Scott Rasmussen

Voters Champion Free Market But Want More Regulation

December 28 2008
 Catholics, Protestants Practice Faith in Different Ways

December 27, 2008

 83% Concerned with Identity Theft

 FDR vs. Reagan: May The Best President Win

 Obama May Be an Aloof President By Michael Barone  

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

December 26, 2008

 Views Sour But Stable On Country's Current Direction

 51% Worry Congress Will Make Credit Cards Harder To Get

 Just 45% of Regular Churchgoers Have Close Friends Who Avoid Church

December 25, 2008

 What Nixon Admitted (and Cheney Won't)

 The Christmas Spirit

 Bubble Bourgeoisie Learns to 'Do-It-Yourself'

December 24, 2008

 61% Say Life in U.S. Would Be Better if More Lived as Christians

 74% Support Religious Displays on Public Property

 88% Celebrate Christmas This Year, 58% By Going to Church

December 23, 2008

  20% Still Haven’t Started Christmas Shopping

 55% Less Likely to Travel During the Holidays This Year  

Democrats Jump to Biggest Lead Since October on Generic Ballot

 Christians at Christmas

 Free the Saddleback One By Debra J. Saunders  

 Welcome to 'Nepotism Nation' By Froma Harrop  

December 22, 2008

40% Say Nation’s Best Days Still Ahead, Lowest Since July

21% Say They Have More Credit Card Debt Than A Year Ago

49% Oppose Loans to Failing Automakers

       December 21, 2008

64% Celebrate Christmas as a Religious Holiday

       December 20, 2008

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

66% Say Christmas Is One of the Most Important Holidays

       December 19, 2008

Optimism for Nation’s Future Continues to Slip Among Blacks, Democrats

 Approval of Congress Drops to Single Digits Again  

Most Voters Like Caroline, But Only 37% Say She Is Fit for Senate

 The Other Marriage Penalty By Susan Estrich

       December 18, 2008

More Voters Unsure Which Party to Trust More on Ethics

22% Say Smoking Should Be Against The Law

Only 46% Share Bush's Confidence in America's Safety

Should She Be Senator Kennedy?: A Commentary By Joe Conason

Shock-and-Awe Easing: A Commentary By Lawrence Kudlow

       December 17, 2008

 State Football Roundup: Floridians More Confident About Bucs Playoff Bid than Dolphins  

       Democrats Top GOP by Five in Congressional Ballot

       71% Say Tobacco Companies Not Liable for Smoker Health Problems

       47% Willing To Pay More for ‘Green’ Goods and Services

      The Next Senator Kennedy By Susan Estrich

       That Was The Year That Was By Larry J. Sabato

       Clinging to Hope By Tony Blankley

       December 16, 2008

Holiday Snapshots: Michigan Spends A Lot Less, Florida Needs To Get Going

Most Voters Say Teachers’ Unions More Focused On Jobs Than Education

31% Still Haven’t Started Holiday Shopping with Nine Days Left Until Christmas

America Must Take the Cure: A Commentary by Froma Harrop

Who's Losing the U.S. Car Business?: A Commentary By Lawrence Kudlow

69% Say Merry Christmas, but Few Offended by Happy Holidays

       December 15, 2008

 Nearly Half of Michigan Homeowners Say Values Will Go Up in Five Years

   46% Say Quality of Health Care Will Suffer Under Government Plan

   42% Likely to Watch Leno’s New Prime Time Show

   78% in Florida Say Jeb Bush Likely to Run for Senate

   40% of Massachusetts Voters Say State’s Heath Care Model Would be Good for U.S.     

   45% Suspect Obama Team Involved in Blagojevich Scandal

   December 14, 2008

 Giants, Titans Favored for Super Bowl XLIII

 Free the California 52,000? By Debra J. Saunders

 Chicago Politics Stains Obama By Michael Barone

 December 13, 2008

 Fewer Democrats Say Nation Heading in Right Direction  

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

 December 12, 2008

 51% Oppose Government-run National Health Plan

32% of Illinois Voters Say Obama Not Tied to Blagojevich Scandal

53% Expect Auto Companies To Come Back for Even More Money

Dumb and Dumber: A Commentary By Susan Estrich

 December 11, 2008

 Most Georgia Voters Say Governor Not Doing Enough to Help Them Economically

 42% of Michigan Voters Say Government Role Will Hurt Automakers’ Operations

 Illinois Voters By 2-to-1 Say Politicians More Corrupt Than Corporate CEO’s  

 51% Won’t Buy A Car From A Bankrupt Automaker

 Madigan Is Illinois Democrats’ Favorite Now for Senate, Jackson’s Support Plummets

 84% of Illinois Voters Say Blagojevich Should Resign

 Bailout Generation By Debra J. Saunders

 Where to Draw the Bailout Line? By Lawrence Kudlow

 A Senate Seat Is Not a Kennedy Heirloom By Froma Harrop

 60% Like Obama’s Infrastructure Plan

 December 10, 2008

Democrats Lead by Four on Generic Ballot

33% Still Haven’t Started Holiday Shopping, 22% Have Finished

Americans Divided Over Top Housing Goals

Most Voters Say Leave My Health Insurance Alone

Discover(R) U.S. Spending Monitor(SM) Falls Below 80 for First Time

The Old Media: A Commentary by Susan Estrich

Liberals Leave the Watchtowers of Freedom: A Commentary By Tony Blankley

 December 9, 2008

Just 14% Say Federal Government Will Run Big Three Better

Voters Worry Less About Taxes Under Obama

Illinois Governor Never Popular Among Voters

53% Oppose Government Loans to Automakers

45% of Homeowners Oppose Direct Treasury Role in Mortgage Market

66% Cutting Back On Gift Giving This Year

Democrats Must Break With Rangel By Froma Harrop

December 8, 2008

Fewer Voters Believe Obama's Supreme Court Picks Will Be Too Liberal

Governor’s Race Is Wide Open In Virginia

59% Say Their Homes Will Be Worth More in Five Years

December 7, 2008

Holiday Snapshots: Illinois Tops Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Virginia in Plans for More Holiday Spending

Prohibition's Second Act: A Commentary by Debra J. Saunders

December 6, 2008

Confidence in War on Terror Declines

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

Message From Georgia: This Too Shall Pass: A Commentary by Michael Barone

December 5, 2008

 67% of Minnesota Voters Expect Coleman to Win

Minnesota More Confident than Illinois About an NFL Playoff Bid

 46% Say Congress Should Be Able To Override Presidential Pardons  

 Where is John Edwards? By Susan Estrich  

December 4, 2008

Black Voters Twice as Confident as White Voters About Nation’s Direction in November

66% in Illinois Oppose Pardon for Former Governor

Jackson Is Top Choice of Illinois Democrats To Succeed Obama in Senate

Booze or Drugs, Prohibition Makes No Sense: A Commentary By Froma Harrop

Not a Team of Rivals At All: A Commentary by Joe Conason

Pennsylvania Senate: Specter 46% Matthews 43%

Obama and His New Crew: A Commentary by Debra J. Saunders

December 3, 2008

 Democrats Lead By Three on Generic Ballot in November

 74% Say Government Not Doing Enough to Secure Borders

 59% Say Terror Attack in U.S. Likely in Next Year  

 Brace for the Change You Do Not Believe In By Tony Blankley  

 The "A Team" By Susan Estrich

December 2, 2008

  55% Confident Obama’s Team Will Beat Back Economic Woes

Just 25% Concerned about TV Reception in February Transition

GOP Voters Grow Slightly More Optimistic About America’s Future

Holiday Sales Picture Improves Slightly

One-Fourth of All Workers Worried About Losing Job

Big Three Auto Firms Will Need Music, Too: A Commentary By Froma Harrop

December 1, 2008

 Just 12% Give Paulson Good or Excellent Marks for Job Performance  

 Partisan Identification: 41.4% Democrats, 33.8% Republicans

 Voters Divided and Unsure Over Obama’s AG Choice

 Consumer Confidence Crashes 46% in Last Two Years  

 Bush: Presidential Approval Index at -31


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