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The “Forgotten” Poll

As is the case in most Presidential elections, polling data is abundant and frequently contradictory not to mention confusing as well. One polling group uses certain assumptions based on previous elections about the makeup of the electorate while the next uses another set of assumptions, thus producing often wildly different results. While the pollsters look [...]

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Romney Wins First Presidential Debate (Videos)

What are the differences between Romney and Obama’s economic plan? How would the candidates tackle the national debt? What is the difference between the candidates approach to entitlements? Candidates debate merits of the affordable care act Candidates on the role of the Federal Government How would candidates break partisan gridlock in Washington? Candidates closing statements

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Gallup Poll Watch: Romney Leads Obama by 3%

Gallup Daily Presidential Tracking Poll Romney 47% Obama 44% Each seven-day rolling average is based on telephone interviews with approximately 3,050 registered voters; Margin of error is ±2 percentage points.

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Is This Election “Likability” vs. “Qualifications?”

My Case for Mitt Romney Alecia T. Williams Last week several polls continued to reflect a likability gap between President Obama and Mitt Romney–a 26-point spread in some polls.     The left is seizing on the President’s “empathetic / buddy image” and in contrast are relentlessly trying to portray Mitt Romney as a wealthy [...]

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Gallup Poll: Mitt Romney Is Shredding Obama Among The Most Crucial Voters

The first Gallup daily tracking poll of the general election season is out, and here’s the key number: Mitt Romney leads Barack Obama 45 percent to 39 percent among Independents. That pushes him to a 47 to 45 percent lead overall. Gallup Something to keep in mind: In the monthly poll released April 2, Obama [...]

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Romney is Now Leading President Obama 48% to 43%

Rasmussen 2012 Daily Presidential Tracking Poll Mitt Romney 48% Barack Obama 43% Survey of 1,500 likely voters was conducted April 11-13, 2012. The margin of error is +/- 3 percentage points. Daily tracking results are collected via telephone surveys of 500 likely voters per night and reported on a three-day rolling average basis. To reach [...]

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Religious Freedom Series, Part 3: Why We Need Religious Freedom

Religious freedom, or freedom of conscience, is critical to the health of a diverse society. This is Part 3 in a series of articles on religious freedom. For the series introduction, see “An Introduction to Religious Freedom.” Over the past two years, general officers of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have delivered [...]

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Religious Freedom Series, Part 2: What Religious Freedom Means

What Americans Know About Religious Freedom Most Americans know that religious freedom is one of the most basic freedoms guaranteed in the U.S. Constitution. Frequently called the “first freedom,” freedom of religion is prominent in the American founding documents and gives rise to many other freedoms. It is a fundamental human right — one that [...]

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PPP Polling: Mitt Romney only GOP to beat Obama in Nevada

H/T to Bosman at RightSpeak.com Barack Obama’s standing in Nevada has taken a significant turn in the wrong direction since early January and it appears he could have a much tougher time in the state next year than he did in 2008, particularly if the Republicans nominate Mitt Romney. Favorable/Unfavorable/Not sure: Mitt Romney 43/43/14 ( [...]

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