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March 2, 2004

Just 32% Consider SF Marriage Legal

A Rasmussen Reports survey of 1,000 Likely Voters found that just 32% believe the gay and lesbian couples who received marriage licenses recently in San Francisco are "legally married."

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February 19, 2004

46% Say Bush Told Truth About Guard Service

Forty-six percent (46%) of American voters believe that George W. Bush has told the truth about his service in the National Guard.

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February 16, 2004

Daschle 48% Thune 45%

In South Dakota, incumbent Senator Tom Daschle holds a narrow 3-point lead over challenger John Thune. A Rasmussen Reports survey shows that if the election were held today, 48% of South Dakota's likely voters would vote to re-elect the Senate Minority Leader while 45% would prefer Thune.

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January 13, 2004

51% Say Let Workers Invest Social Security

Fifty-one percent (51%) of American favor a proposal that would allow workers to invest their Social Security payroll taxes in a personal retirement account. Thirty-one percent (31%) oppose the idea.

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December 11, 2003

Gore News Boosts Dean in Polls

The latest Rasmussen Reports surveys show that former Vice-President Al Gore's endorsement has helped Howard Dean widen his lead over his Democratic challengers.

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July 16, 2003

Just 46% Consider NY Times Reliable

Just 46% of Americans believe that information reported in the New York Times is "very reliable" or "somewhat reliable." Twenty-three percent (23%) say information in the Times is "not very reliable" or "not at all reliable."

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July 14, 2003

Democrats Have Edge in Race for Congress

If the race for Congress were held today, 42% of Americans say they would vote for a Democratic candidate while 38% would vote for a Republican.