Voters Have Mixed FeelingsDaily Update Voters Have Mixed Feelings About GOP Plans to Investigate Obama
Voters have decidedly divided opinions about House Republicans plans to investigate the Obama administration's performance to date. GOP voters like the idea; Democrats don't.
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Most GOP Voters Critical of Republicans In Congress, Like Tea Party
Republican voters remain strongly critical of how their party's representatives in Congress are performing and have a highly favorable opinion of the Tea Party movement that is pushing the GOP more to the political right.
Americans Overwhelmingly See Childhood Obesity As Serious Problem
Adults nationwide continue to be concerned about childhood obesity in America, and most believe American children are more overweight than those of other countries.
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Generic Congressional Ballot: Republicans 49%, Democrats 39%
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Safer Roads, Cheaper Insurance Predicted If Driving Age Is Raised
Americans Stand Up For Happy Meals
Obama in Indonesia By Froma Harrop
"GOP Poised to Reap Redistricting Rewards" by Michael Barone
The New York Times Book Review takes a look at the new book by Scott Rasmussen and Doug Schoen: MAD AS HELL: How the Tea Party Movement is Fundamentally Remaking Our Two-Party System.
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Noon Eastern: 63% Say Age Limit Should Be Set For
Elderly Drivers to Renew License
3 p.m. Eastern: Voters See More Cooperation in D.C.
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Posted: November 9, 2010
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