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Quantified: academic discrimination against Libertarians

Quantified: academic discrimination against Libertarians

A new study found that members of the National Rifle Association (NRA) are the most likely to be the object of discrimination when applying for jobs ...

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Where Americans and Washington DC differ on immigration

Where Americans and Washington DC differ on immigration

A large majority of the American people agree that the current immigration system does not work. According to a report from the Bipartisan Policy Cen ...

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Bill Donohue: Where Americans stand on abortion

Bill Donohue: Where Americans stand on abortion

In a survey released June 11, Gallup found that a majority of Americans, 53%, say abortion should be legal in only a few circumstance (35%) or in no ...

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What Americans think about Trump's 'Harvest' box

What Americans think about Trump's 'Harvest' box

President Donald Trump has proposed shifting at least half of a food stamp recipient's monthly benefit from a monetary payment to a box of health ...

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Americans oppose Facebook's regulating of news feeds

Americans oppose Facebook's regulating of news feeds

Facebook has announced that is using new algorithms to weed out so-called “fake news” and also recalibrate how much news and political co ...

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How Americans feel about 2018

How Americans feel about 2018

Half of Americans surveyed in a recent Rasmussen study are feeling bullish about 2018, even while they are not as optimistic as in years past. A poll ...

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Survey shows one-third of Americans believe that Obamacare was repealed

Survey shows one-third of Americans believe that Obamacare was repealed

According to a YouGov poll, sponsored by The Economist magazine, 31 percent of respondents believe that President Donald Trump has kept his prom ...

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New poll reveals Americans' opinion on Special Counsel Mueller's probe

New poll reveals Americans' opinion on Special Counsel Mueller's probe

As special counsel Robert Mueller continues his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, one-in-three voters believe the probe i ...

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Voters lean toward Democrats in mid-term election

Voters lean toward Democrats in mid-term election

According to the Rasmussen polling organization, voters are leaning towards returning the Democrats to control of the entire Congress for the first t ...

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Poll: Americans agree with Trump that terrorists enter easily

Poll: Americans agree with Trump that terrorists enter easily

Most voters share President Trump's belief that tougher vetting is needed for those who enter this country following Tuesday's terror att ...

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In Virginia gubernatorial race, Democrats more likely to vote than Republicans

In Virginia gubernatorial race, Democrats more likely to vote than Republicans

According to new polling results released by Rasmussen Reports, a statewide telephone survey of Likely Virginia Voters finds Republican Ed Gillespie ...

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White evangelicals' changing view toward same-sex marriage

White evangelicals' changing view toward same-sex marriage

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With re-birth of Christian identity, study shows Eastern Europeans see Russia as protector

With re-birth of Christian identity, study shows Eastern Europeans see Russia as protector

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Black Americans may have same 'implicit bias' as whites

Black Americans may have same 'implicit bias' as whites

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Female Pennsylvania voters are key for Trump

Female Pennsylvania voters are key for Trump

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Americans appear bullish about US economy

Americans appear bullish about US economy

High consumer confidence could translate into bullish growth for manufacturers and retailers. Confidence in the government's economic policies remains low.

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Survey Says Pakistan is Deadliest

An annual survey of journalists' fatalities finds Pakistan the deadliest country for a second year, while documenting the ultimate toll taken on many who photographed, tracked, reported on and blogged about the Arab Spring.

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Guatemala: Students and teachers fearful on the way to school

Guatemala: Students and teachers fearful on the way to school

Violent criminal gangs, known as 'maras', are to blame.

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Survey Finds Corruption Becoming Increasingly Entrenched

Corruption in politics and the public sector has become increasingly entrenched in the world, helping to fuel a year of unprecedented protest. That's according to the latest report from the watchdog group Transparency International, which tracks perceived levels of corruption in 182 nations.

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