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Most Recent Articles: May 2015

May 30, 2015

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

May 29, 2015

Americans Still Have Very Little Faith in Their Fellow Voters

Most Democrats Think Illegal Immigrants Should Vote

Colleges and Universities Have Grown Bloated and Dysfunctional By Michael Barone

Who Built the Brooklyn Bridge? By Michelle Malkin

May 28, 2015

Voters Want More Say In Choosing Their Leaders

Can Obama Change Obamacare Without Congress’ OK?

Your Rights vs. Your Safety – You Decide

House 2016: Gridlock Ahead for a Possible Clinton Administration By Kyle Kondik

May 27, 2015

Voters Still Question Supreme Court's Political Biases

Federal Court Echoes Voters In Halting Obama’s Amnesty

For Voters, Taxes Aren't Ticket to Fixing State Budgets

How the World Has Changed Since World War I By Michael Barone

Don't Go! by John Stossel

May 26, 2015

What America Thinks: Is College Really Worth the Cost?

Most Voters In Democrat-Run States Think Government Too Big

Voters Expect Problems Ahead from Obamacare

Why Do So Many Eggs Come From Iowa? by Froma Harrop

May 25, 2015

27% Say U.S. Heading in Right Direction

Most Salute Importance of Memorial Day

Few Voters Favor Keeping Health Care Law As Is

May 23, 2015

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

May 22, 2015

Voters Remain Cool to Boots on the Ground in Iraq

Summertime's Here - Or Is It?

Can Hillary Clinton Reverse the Six-Year Decline in Democratic Turnout? by Michael Barone

May 21, 2015

A Lot of Americans Have Had a Car Crash

Voters See ISIS Winning in Iraq

Senate 2016: Sorting Out the Democrats' Best Targets By Kyle Kondik

Most Voters Expect Biased News Coverage of 2016 Presidential Race

May 20, 2015

Voters Say They Aren't Getting Their Money's Worth From Schools

Americans Still Question What College Grads Have to Offer

Dr. Capitalism By John Stossel

Americans Remain Dubious About Driverless Cars

May 19, 2015

What America Thinks: Privacy vs. National Security

46% Want Stephanopoulos Banned From Campaign Coverage

After Amtrak Crash, Most Still Consider Mass Transit Safe

Death Penalty for Tsarnaev Hurts Boston By Froma Harrop

The Two-Point-Something Campaign by Michael Barone

May 18, 2015

29% Think U.S. Heading in Right Direction

Americans Draw the Line at Police Use of Military-Grade Weapons

Most Think Iraq War A Major Voting Issue

More Voters See Need for U.S. To Be World's Top Cop

May 16, 2015

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

May 15, 2015

Generic Congressional Ballot: Republicans 38%, Democrats 38%

Voters Say Yes to Deepwater Drilling, Maybe in the Gulf

Is A College Degree Really Worth What You Pay?

British Pollsters Failed in the Increasingly Difficult Struggle to Get it Right by Michael Barone

May 14, 2015

39% Say Patriots Should Forfeit Super Bowl Win Over 'Deflategate'

What If Michelle Obama Challenged Hillary Clinton for the Democratic Nomination?

The Left Is So Wrong on Trade By Froma Harrop

Democrats 2016: Sanders Now Clinton's Chief Rival By Geoffrey Skelley

Most Voters Still Approve of Military Service for Illegal Immigrants

May 13, 2015

U.S. Voters Still Strongly Dislike Putin

Support Is Growing for Government-Paid College

Americans Put Even More Emphasis on Two-Parent Homes

Disobey! By John Stossel

May 12, 2015

What America Thinks: Can You Hear Me Now?

Voters Worry Military Exercises May Lead to Federal Control Of States

Online Dignity: Give It Up by Froma Harrop

Big surprise in Britain: Conservatives Beat Labour --- and the Polls By Michael Barone

Will A Republican Be the Next President?

May 11, 2015

28% Think U.S. Heading in Right Direction

Illegal or Not, Voters Are More Supportive Than Ever of NSA

Most Voters Oppose Obamacare’s Insurance Requirement

May 9, 2015

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

May 8, 2015

Generic Congressional Ballot: Republicans 38%, Democrats 38%

Moms Will Feel The Love This Sunday

Voters Give Huckabee Best Shot at Nomination of This Week’s GOP Newcomers

When is More Defense Spending Enough?

Why Americans Oppose Economic Redistribution Despite Income Inequality by Michael Barone

May 7, 2015

Americans Are Less Stressed Out Over the Economy

Note to 2016 Hopefuls: Don't Call Yourself a Socialist or Career Politician

Americans Still Believe in National Day of Prayer

Getting the Sports Moguls off Our Backs By Froma Harrop

The Map: 11 Angles on the Electoral College By Geoffrey Skelley, Kyle Kondik, and Larry J. Sabato

May 6, 2015

Voters Like Their Own Congressmen More

Americans See Bigger Domestic Terror Threat

A Tale of Two Pollsters

Hillary's Armor By John Stossel

America's A Very Rude Nation

May 5, 2015

What America Thinks: Americans Want Freedom to Choose Health Insurance

Voters Strongly Favor Body Cameras for Cops

Will Bernie Sanders Be the Democratic Nominee in 2016?

Clinton Defenders Advance an Unpersuasive Argument By Michael Barone

Let the States Make Drug Law By Froma Harrop

May 4, 2015

Voters Want Spending Cuts But Are More Doubtful They'll Happen

27% Say U.S. Heading in Right Direction

Obama, George W. Bush Are Boost in Primaries Only

 Support for More Border Control Hits Four-Year High

May 2, 2015

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

May 1, 2015

Generic Congressional Ballot: Republicans 40%, Democrats 38%

Obama’s Full-Month Approval Dips a Point in April

Voters Remain Cautious About Prison Reform

National Security Concerns Are Growing

Americans Respond to Nepal, See Social Media As A Boost

America's Politics Is Polarized, But Britain's Is Fragmented by Michael Barone


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