Polls Show Most Americans Saying No to Re-Electing GOP Incumbents

In the 2010 mid-term elections, a number of Washington incumbents were replaced with a class of new politicians.  If the latest Rasmussen Report is accurate, this year’s mid-term election may result in a more dramatic replacement of the current members of Congress. Republicans are hoping to maintain control of the House and regain control of the Senate, but the reality may not be so rosy.  A recent poll indicated that 59% of Republicans in Congress have lost touch with Republican voters throughout Read more […]

Who’s More Racist?

In a recent poll conducted by Rasmussen Reports on race issues in America, the polling company comes to an astounding conclusion. A majority of Americans think that blacks are more racist than whites or Hispanics. In fact, even a full 31% of African Americans believe blacks to be more racist. Interestingly, the poll numbers seem to split more closely along party lines than racial ones. “Overall, just 30% of all Americans now rate race relations in the United States as good or excellent. Read more […]

Electoral Projection Maps Show Romney Gaining

A couple months ago, I looked at a number of Electoral College projection maps and every one of them had Obama winning with a substantial margin.  Four debates later (3 presidential, 1 vice presidential) and the maps have dramatically changed. Today, the race is so tight that the book makers in Las Vegas are probably going nuts trying to figure out the odds of who will win.  Some maps show Obama still ahead, but by the slimmest of margins, and others are showing Romney ahead, also by the slimmest Read more […]