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Most Americans Think Government Is Focused On Helping The Rich

poll –Most Americans think the government is doing more to help the rich at the expense of the poor and middle class, according to a new HuffPost/YouGov poll. According to the survey, 53 percent of Americans think the government does the most to help the rich, while 18 percent think it does most to help the poor, and 8 percent say the middle class. That puts Americans’ perceptions of what the government actually does wildly at odds with what they think it should do. Forty-nine percent of respondents said they think the government should do most to help the middle…

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Syria Poll Finds Low Approval For Barack Obama, John Kerry


–The unpopular possibility of U.S. air strikes against Syria has been at least temporarily averted, but a new HuffPost/YouGov poll finds most Americans still have little confidence in either President Barack Obama or Secretary of State John Kerry to handle the situation there. According to the new poll, just 36 percent of Americans approve of Obama’s handling of the Syrian conflict, while 51 percent disapprove. Surveys on the Syrian conflict have found consistent opposition to U.S. military involvement there. But recent polls by The Huffington Post, the Pew Research Centerand Washington Post/ABC News have found Americans largely support diplomatic efforts to get Syria to…

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Haiti: Piblikasyon Sondaj Jiye 2013!

QCLogo Juillet 2013 fè sondaj pou mezire nan ki mezi sosyete a enplike nan avansman tèt li, nan jan l wè moun li chwazi yo ak tout lòt moun ki enplike nan la vi sosyal peyi a. Kesyon yo poze nan Lang Kreyòl Ayisyen pou evite tout diskriminasyon. Yonn nan premye responsabilite nou se pou poze kesyon epi piblye rezilta yo. Pami peyi nan rejyon Karayib la ak Amerik Latine, Ayiti ap viv yon peryòd espesyal, espesyalman nan jan otorite yo ak sosyete sivil la anbrase nouvo lide kap brase avèk nouvèl alyans kap fèt nan zòn nan. Sondaj…

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“Sturdy job gains offer bright sign for economy”

A job seeker meets with a prospective employer at a career fair in New York City 08, 2013: 10:12 am ET – U.S. employers stepped up hiring in February, adding a greater-than-expected 236,000 workers to their payrolls and helping to push the jobless rate to a four year-low in a bright signal on the economy’s health. The data from the Labor Department on Friday showed the economy gaining traction despite the blow from higher taxes and deep government spending cuts. “This was a strong number and one of those rare cases where we were firing on all cylinders,” said Jacob Oubina, a senior U.S. economist at RBC Capital Markets in New York. The jobless rate…

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Jobless claims push off five-year lows last week

Job seekers wait in line to speak to recruiters at a job fair put on by online recruiting company TheLadders at Grand Central Station in New York

(Reuters) – The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits bounced off five-year lows last week, pulling them back to levels consistent with modest job growth. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits increased 38,000 to a seasonally adjusted 368,000, the Labor Department said on Thursday. The prior week’s claims figure was unrevised. Economists polled by Reuters had expected claims to increase to 350,000. Claims have been very volatile this month, dropping sharply in the week ended January 12 and maintaining the trend in the following week. That was largely because the model used by the department to smooth…

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“President Obama’s popularity surges to three-year high”


–President Obama is riding a wave of personal popularity into his second term, with his highest favorability ratings since his first year in office, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll. Fully 60 percent of Americans have a favorable impression of Obama in the new poll, up slightly from October but a clear shift in opinion from an election year in which his ratings hovered in the mid-to-low 50s. And by 39 percent to 26 percent, the president now has more “strongly” positive ratings than strongly negative reviews, breaking a two-year stretch in which intense opposition was on par…

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SunQuest: Elections’ news!

Florida Early Voting

November 4, 2012 “Obama has the support of 48% of likely voters, while Romney has 47% in the NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll. Two weeks ago, the same organizations’ poll had the candidates each at 47% support nationally…”CNN FoxNews reported, “President Obama and Mitt Romney rallied deep into Sunday night and will resume their foray into battleground states Monday morning with Election Day now just hours away….” Yahoo said, “The Republican ticket cast the late push into Pennsylvania as a sign that Romney had momentum and a chance to pull away states that Obama’s campaign assumed it would win handily. The president’s…

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USA 2012: Organization, Organization and Vote!

reuters By Jean-Wisly Simon Following the 2012 election cycle is a difficult task, even for those who are political junkies like me. I watch TV, read Newspaper, polls, and listen to the candidates’ speeches. However, it seems no one could have enough from those observations to predict an eventual outcome; thus, organization on the battle ground states will be the key to victory. As everybody else’s, I try to figure out what the candidates are doing on the ground. Some days, polls do not help you understand anything; unless, you have the opportunity to see or hear other things because…

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Early voting, Obama up!

Palm Beach County elections workers hand-copy absentee ballots at the agency's warehouse in Riviera Beach

By Jean-Wisly Simon News updated: About 10 days left, we encourage you to vote as soon as you can. Remember to vote! Early voting in Florida starts today. You can see more details, “Florida’s Voters Registration Statistics” by Michael Cooper. As of today October 26, 2012, what has been done as far as voting is concerned? Actually, we learn that people have been going to the polling stations around the country to take advantage of early voting in the states. Apparently, as much as 40% of voters already cast their ballots. According to Reuters, “Obama leads Romney 54 percent to 39…

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debate 3 Updated News October 23, 2012 8:45 AM Oct. 22: Ohio Has 50-50 Chance of Deciding Election News update: US Presidential debate (CNN) – A CNN/ORC International Poll following Monday’s presidential debate found those who watched the third and final head-to-head matchup of President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney did not identify a clear winner. Debate viewers split 48% for Obama and 40% for Romney in the poll, a margin within the sampling error of plus or minus 4.5%…please see the link below: Obama takes swings in final debate QuestCinq has learned CNN is the only network that conducts this kind…

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