Category: Majority

Poll: Majority of Voters Favor ‘Keep Nine’ Amendment for SCOTUS
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Poll: Majority of Voters Favor ‘Keep Nine’ Amendment for SCOTUS

A vast majority of registered voters favor the “Keep Nine” amendment, establishing the number of Supreme Court justices at nine and thereby preventing the president and Congress from ever “packing” the highest court in the land. The “Keep Nine” amendment simply states that the Supreme Court of the United States “shall be composed of nine Justices.” A…

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Poll: Near Majority See Donald Trump Beating Joe Biden in Debates
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Poll: Near Majority See Donald Trump Beating Joe Biden in Debates

Nearly a majority of Americans believe President Donald Trump will beat former Vice President Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential debates, according to a USA Today/Suffolk University Poll poll released Sunday. The poll found that 47 percent of Americans believe that Trump will win the debates, as opposed to 41 percent who think Biden will win.…

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Coronavirus: Majority of Europeans Think EU Failed or was ‘Irrelevant’
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Coronavirus: Majority of Europeans Think EU Failed or was ‘Irrelevant’

A majority of Europeans believe that the European Union performed poorly in its response to the Chinese coronavirus, with even more saying that the bloc was “irrelevant” in confronting the outbreak, a poll has found. A survey conducted by the European Council on Foreign Relations across nine countries, representing two-thirds of the population of the…

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Poll: Majority of Trump Supporters Willing to Sign Coronavirus Waivers
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Poll: Majority of Trump Supporters Willing to Sign Coronavirus Waivers

A majority of President Donald Trump’s supporters are willing to sign a coronavirus waiver to attend his rallies, according to a YouGov/Economist poll released this week ahead of the president’s Saturday evening rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma The poll found that 55 percent of Trump supporters would sign a waiver while 32 percent said they would…

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Majority of Sales and Business Development Professionals Struggling with Lead Gen Efforts
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Majority of Sales and Business Development Professionals Struggling with Lead Gen Efforts

Many research reports lead to the conclusion that the majority of marketing and business development professionals are struggling to find quick and efficient lead generation tactics. These reports prove that 23 of these professionals find their lead generation tactic to be “kind of successful”, while the other 13 believed their tactic wasn’t working so well.…

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Poll: Majority of Democrats Want Bailout for Illegal Immigrant Poverty
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Poll: Majority of Democrats Want Bailout for Illegal Immigrant Poverty

Almost three-in-five Democrats want taxpayers to bail out the poverty-stricken communities of illegal immigrants whom they welcomed into the United States, according to an April poll by Ipsos. The April poll asked “if the government should provide temporary financial help for undocumented immigrants who can’t work because of layoffs or illness: 40% in favor, 42% against,…

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Dems Sweep into Majority in Both Chambers of VA Legislature
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Dems Sweep into Majority in Both Chambers of VA Legislature

Democrats swept into the majority in the Virginia state legislature, in both the House of Delegates and the State Senate, taking majorities in both in Tuesday’s elections. Republicans had held one-seat majorities in both chambers until Tuesday, when Democrats in the Tuesday elections flipped a number of competitive seats from GOP to Democrat control. In…

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Poll: Majority Think Hunter Biden Showed ‘Bad Judgment’ Overseas
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Poll: Majority Think Hunter Biden Showed ‘Bad Judgment’ Overseas

A majority of Americans believe Hunter Biden showed “bad judgment” by actively pursuing business ventures overseas during his father’s tenure in the vice presidency. A new survey conducted by Harvard University and the Harris Poll found that 58 percent of registered voters nationally think the younger Biden exercised “bad judgment” by taking a seat on the…

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