Throughout his presidency Barack Obama has enjoyed a higher rate of support among atheists than among Christians. A new poll from Gallup shows that, although this higher rate of support from atheists continues, support for Obama from atheists has decreased by 20% since the first
This pattern suggests that, when most people make decisions about whether they want to move to another state, they usually hold the laws regarding same-sex marriage in their states as a relatively low priority.
Yesterday, I received a New York Voter Exploratory Republican Presidential Preference Polling Ballot in the mail. Why would I receive a presidential preference poll from the Republicans, when I’ve never voted for a Republican in my life? I suppose the GOP data bots were programmed
“Government Surveillance: A Question Wording Experiment,” reads the latest release of polling data from the Pew Research Center. The story underneath reads: To better understand how the manner in which the government’s surveillance program is described affects public evaluations, the Pew Research Center conducted a
The Gallup Poll does a great job of juxtaposing two trends. On the one hand, we have Americans who are consistently convinced each year that crime has worsened compared to the year before: And on the other hand, we have actual crime report data from
By combining the data from two recent Gallup surveys, we can see that intense religious devotion seems to be a poor path for self-improvement.
A campaign strategy that appeals to religious Iowans while shunning the significant secular minority in the state is unlikely to succeed.
Many in Poll Expected Jesus’ Return by 2050 That’s the headline offered today by the Christian Broadcasting Network. You’ll have to look at the little words below the headline to notice that the poll was actually carried out three years ago. And despite the CBN’s
Why would Sheldon Adelson and the Winning Our Future PAC keep spending money on Gingrich, when he now has virtually no chance of winning the Republican nomination? Take this poll to provide your explanation.
Secular liberals are treated as pariahs by the Democratic Party. There is no functioning political party that represents the interests of secular Americans over the interests of religious Americans.
At 11 AM on Wednesday February 1 2012, Green Party Watch started an online presidential straw poll. 31 hours later, at the time when the straw poll was scheduled to close, 1689 people had voted, each for one candidate. The results: Jill Stein: 1210 votes