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Most Recent Articles: June 2018

June 30, 2018

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

The Blame is Bipartisan By Ted Rall

June 29, 2018

U.S. Supreme Court Earns Highest Approval in Years

Voters Think It’s Easier for Illegals to Get In, Stay In Compared to Other Countries

No Party for Old White Men By Patrick J. Buchanan

Justice Kennedy's First Priority: The First Amendment By Michael Barone

June 28, 2018

Half of Voters Want Tightly Controlled Borders

Voters Are Still Angry at the Feds, Media

The Uncertain Political Ramifications of Justice Kennedy’s Exit By Larry J. Sabato, Kyle Kondik, and Geoffrey Skelley

June 27, 2018

37% Are Tuning In to This Year’s World Cup

31% Think U.S. Civil War Likely Soon

Democrats Lead Republicans on Generic Ballot

'Abolish ICE' Zealots Occupy Fantasy Island By Michelle Malkin

Shut Up, They Explain By John Stossel

June 26, 2018

The Rasmussen Minute: Separation Anxiety

51% Say Trump to Blame for Bad Relationship with Press

A Fascist Right -- or a Hysterical Left? By Patrick J. Buchanan

The State of the American Worker -- Never Better By Stephen Moore

Half Think Their Fellow Americans Play Video Games Too Much

June 25, 2018

42% Say U.S. Heading in Right Direction

Voters Don’t Regret Hillary’s Loss

51% See Democrats as Party of 'Identity Politics and Victimology'

June 23, 2018

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

June 22, 2018

33% Support Creating a National ‘Space Force’

The Supreme Court's 'Bartleby' Decision By Michael Barone

Has the West the Will to Survive? By Patrick J. Buchanan

47% Give Trump Positive Marks on Foreign Policy

June 21, 2018

Can Robots Replace Workers? Americans Think It's Likely

Voters Blame Parents, Not Feds, For Border Children Crisis

Never Say Die Senate Candidates: Don Blankenship Lost His Primary But Plans To Run In November Anyway By Geoffery Skelley

Regular Cell Phone Users Downplay Cancer Connection

June 20, 2018

Fewer See Benefit of Summer Break, But Still Value Summer Work

Those Closely Following Trump Choose TV News

Weapons of Mass Manipulation By Michelle Malkin

Chinese Big Brother By John Stossel

Democrats Maintain Their Lead on Generic Congressional Ballot

June 19, 2018

The Rasmussen Minute: Bill Clinton's #MeToo Moment

Voters Say Senior Fed Cops Likely Broke Law to Stop Trump

Americans View Online Dating Sites More Favorably

Fake Support for a Free Market In Energy By Stephen Moore

Trump and the Invasion of the West By Patrick J. Buchanan

June 18, 2018

43% Say U.S. Heading in Right Direction

50% Say No to Living in a Sanctuary Community

Half of Adults Think We Should Retest Older Drivers

June 16, 2018

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

June 15, 2018

63% Say Fatherhood Is a Man’s Most Important Role

Republicans Hugely Confident in North Korea Deal; Democrats Hate It

Will We Get Tired of So Much Winning? By Michael Barone

Trump's Historic Gamble By Patrick J. Buchanan

Consumer Spending Update: Confidence in the Economy Remains High

June 14, 2018

Most Still Think Newcomers Need to Adopt the Language, Culture

38% of Voters Optimistic About Proposed Trump-Putin Summit

Voters Still See Voter Fraud As A Problem

June 13, 2018

Voters Say NAFTA Better for Canada Than for U.S.

More Voters Think A Better NAFTA Is Likely

NYC's War on Academic Excellence By Michelle Malkin

Patriarchy Defender By John Stossel

Democrats Hold Lead on Generic Ballot for Second Week in a Row

June 12, 2018

The Rasmussen Minute: The Teacher Rebellion

Americans Like Championship-Winning Sports Team Visits to the White House

23% Less Likely to Watch Miss America Pageant Sans Swimsuit Competition

Behind Trump's Exasperation By Patrick J. Buchanan

Putting America First Has Made USA No. 1 By Stephen Moore

June 11, 2018

43% Say U.S. Heading in Right Direction

Most Voters Say Bill Clinton Is A Sexual Predator

Just 37% Think Mueller's Probe Good for the Country

June 9, 2018

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

Why Blended Primaries are an Assault on Democracy By Ted Rall

June 8, 2018

Does The U.S. Spend Enough On Its Students?

 Is Mayor de Blasio an Anti-Asian Bigot? By Patrick J. Buchanan

California Results Suggest Blue Wave Has Crested and Ebbed By Michael Barone

The Majority Are Proud to Be an American, Proud of History

June 7, 2018

Americans See Overpopulation as a Bigger Problem Than Underpopulation

Republicans Are More Eager to Vote This Year Than Democrats

Virginia’s Busiest Federal Primary Day in Modern History By Geoffrey Skelley

Voters Remain Critical of Public Schools and Their Graduates

June 6, 2018

Americans Say Government Workers Have It Made

More Voters These Days Applaud U.S. Efforts to Find Alternative Energy Sources

No Pardon for Partisan Hypocrisy By Michelle Malkin

Crony Developments By John Stossel

Democrats Pull Ahead Again on Generic Congressional Ballot

June 5, 2018

The Rasmussen Minute: Homeless America

Voters Think Young Blacks Doing Better Under Trump Than Obama

Boehner's Right -- It's Trump's Party Now By Patrick J. Buchanan

6 Reasons to Still Hate Obamacare By Stephen Moore

Most Military Voters See Trump As Stronger Commander Than Recent Presidents

June 4, 2018

39% Say U.S. Heading in Right Direction

67% Say Trump More Aggressive Handling Trade Than Past Presidents

48% Approved of President Trump in May

June 2, 2018

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

June 1, 2018

Nuclear Fears Fall, But Democrats More Scared of North Korean Threat

Most Say It's Too Hard to Fire Government Workers

Is America's Racial Divide Permanent? By Patrick J. Buchanan

Danger of Authoritarianism May Come From the Center, Not the Right By Michael Barone


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