Tag Archives: polls

  • Poll: Many Iowa Republicans Believe Beyonce is ‘Mental Poison’

    Feb 3, 15 by EURPublisher01 6 Comments


    *Mike Huckabee isn’t the only Republican who thinks Beyonce Knowles is “mental poison,” as he refers to the singer in his new book. The new Bloomberg Politics/Des Moines Register Iowa poll asked likely Iowa Republican Caucus voters whether they agreed with Huckabee. The question asked: “In his recently published book, Mike Huckabee criticized the singer […]

  • ESPN Poll: 86% of NFL Players Would Accept Gay Teammate

    Feb 17, 14 by EURpublisher02 Leave a comment


    *In the wake of Missouri defensive end Michael Sam coming out, and the possibility of him becoming the NFL’s first openly gay player after the May draft, ESPN.com’s NFL Nation and ESPN The Magazine asked NFL players, on the condition of anonymity, four true-false questions about their thoughts on having a gay teammate. Although the […]

  • Poll Watchers Are Targeting Minority Voters, Not Helping

    Nov 6, 12 by EurPublisher Leave a comment


    *The tricks have started all over the country! But we knew they were coming! We only fear the tricks they have prepared that will show up during the tally of the vote. President Obama has seen solid support from the swing states and tea party factions are making their final attempt to pounce on his […]

  • Ahead of Tonight’s Debate, Obama Leading Romney, but Not By Much

    Oct 16, 12 by Brittney M. Walker Leave a comment


    *The political scene has been fierce and quite tense with polls constantly flip-flopping between the two major presidential candidates. Ahead of tonight’s presidential debate, a recent national poll shows President Barack Obama ahead of Mitt Romney by two percent, giving Democrats a bit of an edge for the moment. The results are based off of […]

  • President Obama Leading in Polls in Key Battleground States

    Sep 14, 12 by EurPublisher 1 Comment


    *The Libya attack on the U.S. Consulate has stirred up the Middle East and also the U.S. elections. The attacks in Benghazi were tragic and required the U.S. to stand up and respond. The president and Secretary of State took to their podiums and condemned the attacks of those who were responsible, but Romney took […]