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Is the Afghan War Worth the Costs? – Survey
The tragic shooting of 16 Afghan civilians by an American soldier has put the spotlight back on the United State’s military campaign in the Central Asian country, which has been going on for more than 10 years.
According to a new ABC News-Washington Post of 1,003 adults, 60 percent th…
How Much Do Americans Love Canada?
According to a new Gallup poll, United States citizens truly love our neighbors to the north — in fact, in the company’s annual favorability ratings, 96 percent of Americans said they have a generally favorable view of Canada, while only three percent view it unfavorably.
Is the Economy Getting Better? – Survey
Over the last few months, there has been some data that suggests the sluggish economy could be improving. Mainly, the unemployment rate, which has dropped to 8.3 percent after reaching a 26-year high of 10 percent in late 2009. However, according to a new survey from Poll Postion, the public is spli…
What Would You Give Up to Be Able to Work From Home?
Being able to work from home is a popular employee perk. And according to a new poll conducted by online communications provider TeamViewer, some people want to telecommute so much that they’d be willing to sacrifice some rather unorthodox things just to do it.
Eli Manning or Peyton Manning-Who’s Better?–Survey
Now that the dust has settled on Eli Manning’s second Super Bowl victory — and second Super Bowl MVP title — it’s time to compare the legacy of this New York Giants quarterback with that of his older brother, 11-time Pro Bowler and four-time regular season MVP, Peyton Manning…
Rift Between Rich and Poor — Growing?
Spurred on by the recent “Occupy” protests, class conflict has become an increasing part of the public discourse.
This is reflected in a new poll from the Pew Research Center, which finds the percentage of Americans who see conflict between the rich and poor as a problem has jumped signi…

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