Monthly Archives: February 2011

Rasmussen: 46% View Unionized Teachers As a Bad Thing

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 68% of American Adults view being a teacher as one of the most important jobs in our country today, down five points from May of last year but up slightly from when … Continued

Still No 2012 Official Republican Presidential Candidates

It’s been nearly four months since the day after the 2010 midterm elections — otherwise known as the unofficial start of the 2012 presidential campaign — but still, not one Republican candidate. Sure, there are “hopefuls” and “those who are … Continued

2012 U.S. Senate Races Could Determine The Presidency

Re-Posted from The Daily Caller Rarely do down-ticket races determine the outcome at the top of the ticket. The 2012 elections could turn this axiom on its head. A quick glimpse at the projected 2012 presidential scorecard indicates that Republicans have an uphill … Continued

Gallup: No Clear 2012 GOP Presidential Frontrunner Yet

Republicans and Republican-leaning independents have no clear favorite for the party’s 2012 presidential nominee at this point, with Mike Huckabee (18%), Mitt Romney (16%), and Sarah Palin (16%) in a statistical tie for the lead. The results are based on … Continued