News Links

Weekly Polling Analysis

News Links
@stevenfoley

A former U.S.Marine, he is the Creator of The Minority Report Network. He is also the Founder and Managing Editor of the Network’s flagship site, www.theminorityreportblog.com, Former Director of New Media for Liberty.com, Former Director of New Media for Liberty First PAC, and the Former Chief Managing Editor of 73Wire.com. Steve is a well respected national conservative blogger who’s dedicated the past several years of his life advancing conservatism online. Recently Steve was instrumental in the development of Liberty.com, Liberty First PAC, The Patriot Caucus, the national campaign trail and grassroots news site73wire.com.

MUST READ:
According to Rasmussen, 46% of likely voters approve of the deal, while 46% also disapprove.According to Gallup, 43% of adults (39% of Independents) approve of the fiscal cliff deal passed earlier this month while 45% (46% of Independents) disapprove.

President Obama: Average approval from early December to early January was 53.2% according to RealClearPolitics. Average disapproval was 42.3%. (The average one week ago, which covered early December to early January, was 53.4%. Average disapproval was 42.1%)

Here are the polls released this week on Presidential job approval:

  • No polls of note

Gallup tracks President Obama’s job approval on a weekly basis. The average one week ago (Dec. 24-30, 2012) showed 53% approved and 41% disapproved. The latest weekly numbers available (Dec. 31-Jan. 6, 2012) showed 53% approve and 40% disapprove. Last year at this time (Jan. 2-8, 2011), 46% approved and 47% disapproved.

Rasmussen conducts a daily tracking poll. One week ago (Jan. 4), 57% approved and 41% disapproved. On Jan. 11, approval was 52%; disapproval was 46%. Last year at this time, the President’s approval was 46% and his disapproval 54%.

Congress: Average approval for late November to mid-December was 18% according to the RealClearPolitics average. Average disapproval was 75.4%. (The average one week ago, which covered late November to mid-December was 18%. Average disapproval was 75.4%)

Here are the polls released this week on Congressional job approval:

  • No polls of note

Right Track/Wrong Track: According to the RealClearPolitics average, which covered late November to early January, 38.1% think the country is headed in the right direction while 54.8% think it is headed in the wrong direction. (One week ago, the right track average, which covered late November to late December, was 38.1%. The wrong track average was 54.9%.)

Here are the polls released this week on the direction of the country:

  • Rasmussen: 33% of likely voters think the country is headed in the right direction and 58% think it is headed in the wrong direction.

 

ISSUE SPECIFIC

American Dream:
According to Gallup, 50% of adults say it is unlikely that today’s youth will have a better life than their parents. 49% say it is likely.

Budget Deficit & Spending:

According to Rasmussen, 44% of likely voters say they are politically conservative on fiscal issues such as taxes and government spending. 40% describe themselves as fiscally moderate, while just 13% say they are fiscally liberal.

According to Rasmussen, 43% of likely voters say the bailouts of the auto industry were good for the United States. 41% say the bailouts were bad for the country. 16% are not sure.

President Obama approval on the issue:

  • No polls of note

Debt Ceiling:
According to Rasmussen, 75% of likely voters believe it is at least somewhat likely that the debt ceiling will be raised before the government begins to default on its debts. Only 13% feel that’s unlikely.

Economy & Jobs:
According to Gallup, its “Economic Confidence Index was -21 for the week ending Jan. 6, similar to the -22 in the week prior. Americans’ confidence in the economy has worsened amid the fiscal cliff debate after improving in November.”

President Obama approval on the issue:

  • No polls of note

View of Government:
According to Gallup, 77% of adults (79% of Independents) believe the way politics works in Washington is causing the country serious harm. 19% (16% of Independents) believe the effects are not serious.

According to Gallup, 52% of adults are optimistic the way Washington works will improve over the next 10 years. 45% are pessimistic about that prospect.

Public Notice is an independent non-profit dedicated to providing facts and insight on the economy and how government policy affects Americans’ financial well-being.

More in News Links

Thumbnail for 130965

US Seizes $1.1 Million in Texas from Mexican Official in Corruption Probe

tmradminDec 17, 2014
Thumbnail for 130959

Rubio: Obama Attempts to ‘Appease Rogue Regimes At All Costs’

tmradminDec 17, 2014
Thumbnail for 130954

Grave Concerns About The Safety of British Troops Stationed in The Netherlands

tmradminDec 17, 2014
Thumbnail for 130831

Mark Kirk Abandons NRA, Second Amendment: Joins Dems to Confirm Anti-Gun Surgeon General

tmradminDec 17, 2014
al_laura_FNC_110210_14-25

Ingraham Warns Against Ousting Sessions as Budget Chair: ‘We’re Keeping a List’

tmradminDec 17, 2014

The Minority Report is a network of websites devoted to Conservative & Libertarian politics in the United States.

On this site you'll find posts & links to some of the best and most comprehensive center-right news and opinion on the net...

Archives

Copyright © 2014 The Minority Report Network