Tag Archive for Polls

A New Low

From USA Today — In the USAToday/Gallup telephone survey of 1,024 adults Friday through Sunday:  President Bush reached an unwelcome record. By 64%-31%, Americans disapprove of the job he is doing. For the first time in the history of the Gallup Poll, 50% say they “strongly disapprove” of the president. Richard Nixon had reached the…

America The Blue

HT to Bill O’Reilly’s favorite wesite, the Daily KOS, but this map of America is significant; every state in the union now has less than 50 percent approval rating for President Bush.  The map tells you which states disapprove of him more or less by polling percentages.  I wonder if its a preview of the…

Flash Report Gets Another Story Wrong: Californias Reject Electoral College Power Grab Attempt

Earlier this year, columns promoting the proposal to split California’s presidential delegates in a bid to give the GOP 20-25 delegates in the 2008 presidential election was being touted on the Flash Report as “the Democrats worst nightmare.” Ah, no.  Not really. According to a new poll, Californians overwhelming reject this blatant Republican power grab. …

Poll: OC voters want action on Street

The Orange County Employee’s Association (OCEA) has released a poll of 512 registered Orange County voters regarding the matter of, Supervisor Moorlach’s hand picked successor as County Treasurer/Tax Collector, Chriss Street.  Now would be a good time for the Board of Supervisors to wake up and take notice because OC voters are not happy. A significant percentage…

America Likes Democrats Better

GALLUP NEWS SERVICE PRINCETON, NJ — Public attitudes toward the two major political parties have not changed much in recent months. That’s good news for the Democratic Party, which moved into a superior image position when compared to the Republican Party more than a year ago. Americans not only continue to view the Democratic Party…

Blogger’s Influence on Politics

From Crooks & Liars today we have this from Nicole Belle: Welcome to the big time, bloggers. According to Chris Matthews–taking cues from Bush, natch–we’re in charge of the Democratic Party. Andrew Sullivan and John Heilemann ratchet down Tweety’s hyperbole. SULLIVAN: I wish he (Bush) just had as much focus on winning the war in…