August 2010

In The News
Aug

Republican Nikki Haley continues to hold a double-digit lead over Democratic State Senator Vincent Sheheen in South Carolina's race for governor.

The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in the state shows Haley with 49% support. Sheheen picks up 35% of the vote. Four...

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01
2010
In The News
Aug

Most voters favor extending the so-called Bush tax cuts that are scheduled to end December 31, but they're more ambivalent about whether the cuts should be continued for wealthier taxpayers.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 54% of U.S. voters believe the Bush administration tax cuts should be extended. Thirty percent (30%) say the tax cuts should end this year. Sixteen percent (16%) aren't sure....

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03
2010
In The News
Aug
Author: Gary Marx


1. This 63–37 vote was a victory for judicial conservatives. No one expected her to be defeated, but no one expected her to receive 37 no votes, either. Sotomayor's vote last summer was 68–31.

2. The climate regarding judicial nominations...

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05
2010
In The News
Aug

Republican nominee Dan Coats continues to hold a commanding lead in Indiana's U.S. Senate race.

The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in Indiana finds Coats with a 50% to 29% lead over Democratic Congressman...

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09
2010
Faith & Freedom Blog
Aug

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2010