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September 2008 Most Recent Articles

September 30, 2008

Plurality, For First Time, Says Iraq War Will Be Judged A Success

McCain Takes 21-Point Lead in Arizona

Walking is Top Activity on Fall Weekends

Just 26% Have Confidence That Lawmakers Know What They’re Doing in Economic Crisis

Voters Divided On Whether Wall Street Should Clean Up its Own Mess

Supreme Parody: Biden versus Palin By Debra J. Saunders

September 29, 2008

Obama Still Ahead in Virginia

Colorado Still a Toss-Up: Obama 49%, McCain 48%

Obama Leads 48% to 42% in Pennsylvania

McCain, Obama, Still Just a Point Apart in Ohio

McCain, Obama Tied in Florida

Harkin Leads 54% to 40% in Iowa Senate Race

Obama Gets Post-Debate Boost in Voter Trust on All Issues  

Discover (R) Small Business Watch (SM): Small Business Economic Confidence Falls Sharply

Opposition to Bailout Plan Falls Dramatically

September 28, 2008

Voters Divided on Whether America’s Best Days Are in the Future or the Past  

The Sheriff and the Professor By Debra J. Saunders

September 27, 2008

Louisiana Senate: Landrieu Maintains Strong Lead

Winner of the First Debate: Jim Lehrer  

New Rasmussen Reports Party Weighting Targets: 39.0% Democrat 33.4% Republican

McCain Holds Solid Lead in Louisiana

Support for Bailout Plan Now Down to 24%

51% Say Bailout Plan Is A Power Grab

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

Iowa: Obama by Eight

Are We at an Inflection Point? By Michael Barone

September 26, 2008

A Paulson-Cantor Plan Is a Win-Win for Taxpayers By Larry Kudlow

Obama Takes Five-Point Lead in Virginia

West Virginia Senate: Rockefeller Cruising Towards Re-Election

Rasmussen Markets Update: Bailout Bill Likely to Pass

Americans Say, Don't Text While You Drive

The Brilliance of McCain's Move: A Commentary by Dick Morris

48% Disagree with McCain, Think Debate Should Go On

Remembering Alcee Hastings: A Commentary by Susan Estrich

Voters, Start Your Engines: A Commentary By Cordel Faulk

McCain Only Ahead By One Now in Florida

September 25, 2008

Ohio Now a Toss-up

Obama Takes Four-Point Lead in Pennsylvania

Obama 58%, McCain 38% in Massachusetts

McCain Holds Eight-Point Lead in West Virginia

McCain Maintains Solid Lead in Arkansas

North Carolina Senate: Hagan 48% Dole 45%

No Surprises in Massachusetts’ Senate Race, Kerry Way Ahead

Just 30% Think Government Should Bail Out The Markets

Generic Congressional Ballot Remains Steady this Week

Bailing Out the Bailout: A Commentary By Debra J. Saunders

Give Paulson a Clean Bill: A Commentary by Lawrence Kudlow

Louisiana Politics: Undone by the Wind: A Commentary by Froma Harrop

A Special Prosecutor for Wall Street: A Commentary By Joe Conason

Obama Takes Lead in North Carolina

September 24, 2008

New Hampshire: McCain Gains Ground, Holds Two-Point Advantage  

Hawaii: Obama Dominates His Native State

Palin Still Viewed More Favorably – And Unfavorably – Than Biden  

Most Americans Still Say Home-Buying Is Best Investment  

The Man Who Never Was By Tony Blankley  

George Bush's Final Moment By Susan Estrich

Where Did Bill O'Reilly Come From? By Dick Morris

September 23, 2008

Most Voters say Debate Moderators are Biased  

Kansas: McCain Leads Obama 58% to 38%  

Obama Ahead 56% to 39% in Vote-rich California  

Kansas Senate: Roberts Maintains Huge Lead

Opposition to Bailout Plan Grows but Still Expected to Pass

Trillion Dollar Baby: A Commentary By Debra J. Saunders

Wall Street Did What Came Naturally: A Commentary by Froma Harrop

September 22, 2008

McCain Ahead Again in Virginia, 50% to 48%

Pennsylvania: Obama Holds Three-Point Advantage Over McCain

In Michigan, Obama 51% McCain 44%

Ohio: McCain 50%, Obama 46%  

Florida: McCain Still Ahead by Five

Coleman 48%, Franken 47% in Minnesota

Only 28% Support Federal Bailout Plan

Add North Carolina's Dole to List of Vulnerable Incumbents

Minnesota: Obama Leads McCain 52% to 44%

North Carolina: McCain Continues to Hold Modest Lead

September 21, 2008

53% Think Driving Age Should be 18 or Older

Illinois Senate: No Surprise as Durbin Cruising

South Carolina Senate: Graham 50% Conley 41%

New Rasmussen Reports Party Weighting Targets: 39.0% Democrat 33.5% Republican

September 20, 2008

South Carolina: McCain 51% Obama 45%

No Surprise in Illinois, Obama Winning Big

Never Sell America Short: A Commentary by Lawrence Kudlow

The Old Economic Rule Doesn't Work: A Commentary by Michael Barone

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

September 19, 2008

Obama Cuts McCain Lead to Two in Indiana

New Jersey Senate: Lautenberg Hangs on to Lead  

Indiana Governor: Daniels Enjoys Solid Lead Over Challenger

60% Say U.S. Economy Is Not Fundamentally Sound

September 18, 2008

Obama Outpaces McCain In Vermont 60% to 36%

Michigan Senate: Levin Still Safe for Re-Election

McCain, Obama Yet To Convince Voters on Economic Crisis

McCain and the Meltdown: A Commentary By Froma Harrop

Meet the New Map--Same as the Old Map (Almost): A Commentary By Larry Sabato

The Hyperbole Market -- It's the Worst: A Commentary By Debra J. Saunders

The "Reform" McCain Wants to Forget: A Commentary by Joe Conason

September 17, 2008

Obama 48%, McCain 46% as Race Tightens in Wisconsin  

In Oregon, Obama Leads By Four Points

Obama Still Dominant in Rhode Island  

Oregon Senate Race Back To A Dead Heat

First Dude By Susan Estrich  

Just 7% Favor Fed Bailout for Financial Firms

Just 23% Say Presidential Campaign More Negative Than Most

Just Over One-Third Say Palin, McCain, Obama More Ethical Than Most Politicians

September 16, 2008

New York: Obama Still Way Ahead 55% to 42%

Democrats' Lead Falls to Six on Generic Congressional Ballot

Most Adults Like Idea of Four-Day Work Week

Palin 47%, Biden 44% in Make-believe Presidential Match-up

Paulson’s Courageous Action: A Commntary by Lawrence Kudlow

Democrats Face Historic Voter Hurdle: Analysis By Scott Rasmussen

September 15, 2008

Florida: McCain Opens a Five-Point Lead

McCain Holds 48% to 45% Lead in Ohio

All Tied in Pennsylvania: Obama 47% McCain 47%

Colorado: McCain Pulls in Front in Toss-Up State

Race Still A Toss-Up in Virginia, Tied at 48%

Majority of Voters Say Only McCain, Biden Prepared To Be President

Utah: McCain 64% Obama 32%

Voters Say No to Obama in McCain’s Cabinet, and Vice Versa

September 14, 2008

Obama Leads in Delaware, 54% Say Picking Biden the Right Choice  

35% Expect McCain Victory, 34% Say Obama Will Win

TV Fans Want Two and a Half Men & House to Win Emmys

TV Fans Select Laurie, Field, Carell and Applegate for Emmys

Old Enough To Fight, Old Enough To Drink By Debra J. Saunders

New Rasmussen Reports Party Weighting Targets: 38.7% Democrat 33.6% Republican

September 13, 2008

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

In Nevada, McCain Up By Three Points

South Dakota: McCain by 17

McCain Flies His Campaign Past Obama

A Little Exercise A Day Keeps the Doctor Away

September 12, 2008

Missouri Governor: Democrat Nixon Leads by 15

Most Adults Give Children’s Schools Good or Excellent Ratings

Washington Governor: Rossi Surges Ahead By Six

In Missouri, McCain Still on Top

Voters Strongly Favor Offshore Drilling, Alternative Energy Plans

Say It Ain't So, Joe: A Commentary By Susan Estrich

The Sarah Surge in Black and White: A Commentary By Lawrence Kudlow

McCain Closes to Within Two Points of Obama in Washington

September 11, 2008

McCain Pummels Obama in Idaho 68% to 29%

McCain Ahead Comfortably in Wyoming 58% to 39%

GOP Gains Small Bit of Ground in Generic Congressional Ballot

Idaho Senate: GOP’s Risch Is Far Ahead 58% to 30%

63% Say McCain Likely to Reach Across the Aisle, 51% Say Obama Will

Two Bridges to Nowhere: A Commentary by Joe Conason

Lipstick, Dipstick: A Commentary By Debra J. Saunders

61% of Republicans More Likely to Give Thanks to Palin; 46% of Democrats Say Same of Biden

GOP Back On The Polarization Trail: A Commentary by Froma Harrop

Obama vs. Obama: A Commentary By Dick Morris

54% Say U.S. Has Changed for the Worse Since 9/11

September 10, 2008

McCain Gains Ground in New Mexico

McCain Jumps to Huge Lead in Alaska

McCain Takes Lead in North Dakota

New Mexico Senate: Udall’s Lead Continues to Fall

Stevens Closes To Within Two in Alaska Senate Race

North Dakota Governor: Popular Hoeven Still Cruising Towards Re-Election

69% Say Reporters Try To Help The Candidate They Want To Win

Don't Blame Oprah: A Commentary By Susan Estrich

Palin Gets Rave Reviews in Alaska, Viewed Favorably by 56% Nationwide

The GOP Resurrection: A Commentary By Tony Blankley

Americans Divided as to How History Will Judge Mission in Iraq

September 9, 2008

Montana: McCain Surges Ahead by Double-Digits

Montana Senate: Incumbent Baucus in Safe Territory  

Most Voters Say Encouraging Economic Growth is Key, but Big Government is Not the Solution  

Immigrants and the Safety Net By Froma Harrop

September 8, 2008

Virginia: McCain 49% Obama 47%

Colorado: Still Close After Hosting the Democratic National Convention

McCain and Obama Are Tied in Florida

Obama Clings to Modest Lead in Pennsylvania

Ohio: McCain Continues Upward Swing in Key State

Race Still Close With Eight Weeks to Go

Republicans Pull Ahead of Democrats on National Security and War in Iraq

Rasmussen Markets Update: Obama-McCain a Toss-Up

September 7, 2008

Romancing the Vote: A Commentary By Debra J. Saunders

September 6, 2008

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

The Battle of the Party Themes By Michael Barone

There's Something Missing in St. Paul

September 5, 2008

The Old John McCain By Debra J. Saunders

Democrats in Trouble By Dick Morris

60% of Voters Say Supreme Court Should Base Rulings on Constitution

Palin Power: Fresh Face Now More Popular Than Obama, McCain

The Big 5-0: A Commentary By Susan Estrich

September 4, 2008

Meet John McCain As Voters See Him  

Radio Tops CD and MP3 Players With Music Fans  

Adults Say Small Business Owners are the Hardest Workers  

Don't They Have Birth Control up in Alaska? By Froma Harrop

51% Say Reporters Are Trying To Hurt Palin  

Why Bristol's Baby Matters By Joe Conason  

Discover (R) U.S. Spending Monitor (SM) up 2.6 Points in August  

Sarah Palin, Our Energy Answer By Lawrence Kudlow

September 3, 2008

Great Days for The Dark Knight: Moviegoers Rate It Summer's Best Action Movie

Stand By Sarah: She's Still a Winning Pick

Obama’s Bounce, Part II

Generic Ballot Holds Steady Over Past Week

Blue Dogs Have Their Day: A Commentary by Froma Harrop

Woman President: Clinton vs. Palin 52% to 41%

It's Still the Economy, Stupid: A Commentary by Tony Blankley

September 2, 2008

The RNC's Unconvention: A Commentary By Debra J. Saunders

Convention Weathering the Storm: A Commentary By Dick Morris

Laura Bush, Lieberman Top Speakers Tuesday at GOP Convention

Best summer ever? Just for a few

Bush Approval Up a Point in August

52% Still Have Favorable View of Palin, But Partisan Gap Widens  

Obama, McCain Seen As Better Prospects than Kerry and Bush

Number of Republicans Grows in August, Democrats Still Have Advantage

September 1, 2008

54% Celebrate Labor Day As End of Summer, 33% Honor Workers

Obama Number One, Palin Number Two As Candidate Voters Most Want To Meet

Americans Expect Gustav To Drive Up Gas Prices, Low Marks for FEMA


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