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July 26, 2007

16% Say Congress Doing Good or Excellent Job

Public opinion of Congress remains near the lowest levels every recorded. Just 16% of American voters now say that Congress is doing a Good (13%) or an Excellent (3%) job.

July 21, 2007

War on Terror: Pessimism Increasing as 36% Say Terrorists Are Winning

Already-pessimistic Americans have grown slightly more so about our ability to defeat the terrorist threat.

July 18, 2007

Congressional Ballot: Democrats 46% Republicans 37%

If the Congressional Election were held today, 46% of American voters say they would currently vote for the Democrat in their district while 37% would pull the voting lever for a Republican.

July 12, 2007

Pessimism Growing: Just One Third Say America's Best Days Lie Ahead

Confirming a growing trend of pessimism, only 33% of likely voters across the United States believe the country's best days are ahead of us.

July 6, 2007

40% Give Supreme Court Good or Excellent Ratings

Forty percent (40%) of Americans say the U.S. Supreme Court is doing a good or an excellent job.

July 3, 2007

46% Say Congress Doing Poor Job, 16% Say Good or Excellent

Just 16% of American voters now say that Congress is doing a Good (14%) or an Excellent (2%) job.

July 1, 2007

Following Immigration Debate, Number of Republicans in USA Increases

During the month of June, the number of people identifying themselves as Republicans increased and the number of Democrats was little changed.

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June 27, 2007

Pessimism Growing on Iraq: 50% Give President Poor Marks on Handling the Situation

Just 27% of Americans believe that President Bush is doing a good or an excellent job handling the situation in Iraq.

June 24, 2007

Generic Congressional Ballot: Democrats Lead by 12

If the Congressional Election were held today, 46% of American voters say they would currently vote for the Democrat in their district while 34% would pull the voting lever for a Republican.

June 13, 2007

19% Say Congress Doing Good or Excellent Job

Just 19% of American voters believe that Congress is doing a good or an excellent job. That’s down from 26% a month ago and just four points above the ratings given to the Republican Congress on Election night 2006.

June 7, 2007

48% Say U.S. Safer Now Than Before 9/11

Just 28% of Likely Voters now believe that history will judge the U.S. mission in Iraq a success

June 4, 2007

Congressional Ballot: Democrats 45% Republicans 38%

Forty-five percent (45%) of American voters say they would currently vote for the Democrat in their district while 38% would pull the voting lever for a Republican.

June 1, 2007

Number of Republicans in U.S. Hits New Low, Number of Democrats Also Decline

For the fourth straight month, the number of people identifying themselves as Republicans has decreased.

May 18, 2007

Congress Ratings Improve: 26% Say Good or Excellent

Twenty-six percent (26%) of American voters believe that Congress is doing a good or an excellent job.

May 11, 2007

War on Terror Update: Just 28% Believe Iraq Mission will Succeed

Just 28% of Likely Voters now believe that history will judge the U.S. mission in Iraq a success.

May 7, 2007

Democrats Lead By 11 in Congressional Ballot Poll

Forty-seven percent (47%) say they would currently vote for the Democrat in their district while 36% would pull the voting lever for a Republican.

May 2, 2007

Number of Republicans in U.S. Hits New Low

The number of people identifying themselves as Republicans has fallen to a new low. A Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of 15,000 adults in April found that just 31.0% now say they belong to the Grand Old Party.

April 16, 2007

50% Think History Will Judge Iraq Mission as Failure

Thirty-three percent (33%) of American voters believe that history will ultimately judge the U.S. mission in Iraq a success.

April 13, 2007

Democrats Lead by 10 in Congressional Ballot Poll

Forty-five percent (45%) of American voters say they would currently vote for the Democrat in their district while 35% would pull the voting lever for a Republican.

April 2, 2007

Number of Americans Refusing to Identify with GOP or Dems Reaches New High

During the month of March, 37.2% of American adults considered themselves to be Democrats while just 31.5% considered themselves Republicans.