Two surprising movies this year have drawn entirely different audiences to the theatre.
Fahrenheit 9-11, Michael Moore's entry into the election debate, has an audience that is 47% liberal, 26% moderate, and 25% conservative. The audience for Mel Gibson's
Passion of Christ is 51% conservative, 27% moderate, and 21% liberal.
More than six-out-of-ten American voters believe the USA is a good role model for the rest of the world.
A Rasmussen Reports survey found that 64% of voters believe that American society is generally fair and decent.
Sixty percent (60%) of American voters believe that American society is generally fair and decent. A Rasmussen Reports survey found that just 27% take the opposite view and believe our nation is unfair and discriminatory.
On the second anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attack, 38% of Americans say that the United States has changed for the better since that horrible day. Forty-seven percent (47%) say America has changed for the worse.