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HUFFPOLLSTER: How Obama's Approval Rating Breaks Down By Religion

HUFFPOLLSTER: How Obama's Approval Rating Breaks Down By Religion

Mark Blumenthal  07.11.2014
Muslims approve of President Obama more than any other American religious group. Gallup finds no evidence of reduced Democratic strength...
HUFFPOLLSTER: Views Of Supreme Court Shift After Hobby Lobby Ruling

HUFFPOLLSTER: Views Of Supreme Court Shift After Hobby Lobby Ruling

Mark Blumenthal  07.10.2014
Partisans had a predictable reaction to Supreme Court in the wake of the Hobby Lobby decision. Forecasters debate the merits of the polls,...
HUFFPOLLSTER: Worldwide Opinion Sours On Russia

HUFFPOLLSTER: Worldwide Opinion Sours On Russia

Mark Blumenthal  07. 9.2014
Negative ratings of Russia are on the rise worldwide. Americans want to hear less from Sarah Palin. And the Washington Post puts its charts...
HUFFPOLLSTER: Fewer Than Ever Americans Still Use Landline Phones

HUFFPOLLSTER: Fewer Than Ever Americans Still Use Landline Phones

Mark Blumenthal  07. 8.2014
The growth of "cell phone only" Americans is cooling off only among young adults. Few are optimistic about prospects for peace in the Middle...
HUFFPOLLSTER: Michelle Obama's Ratings Are Breaking The Pattern For First Ladies

HUFFPOLLSTER: Michelle Obama's Ratings Are Breaking The Pattern For First Ladies

Mark Blumenthal  07. 7.2014
Andy Kohut explains why Michelle Obama's popularity continues to soar above her husband's. Most Americans continue to align with one of...
HUFFPOLLSTER: What Happens When You Ask Americans To Name The Worst President

HUFFPOLLSTER: What Happens When You Ask Americans To Name The Worst President

Mark Blumenthal  07. 2.2014
United GOP loathing for Obama translates into lots of click-throughs. Facebook apologizes for communicating 'poorly.' Harry Reid doesn't...
HUFFPOLLSTER: Big Data Knows Who's Watching The World Cup

HUFFPOLLSTER: Big Data Knows Who's Watching The World Cup

Mark Blumenthal  07. 1.2014
Americans like corporate wellness programs...if they're voluntary. Views of the ACA remain stable, but fewer American attribute their opinions...
HUFFPOLLSTER: Reviewing The Polling On Hobby Lobby

HUFFPOLLSTER: Reviewing The Polling On Hobby Lobby

Mark Blumenthal  06.30.2014
In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby decision, we look back at previous polling -- and why it's not always consistent. Hillary...
HUFFPOLLSTER: Obama's Approval Rating Takes A Dip

HUFFPOLLSTER: Obama's Approval Rating Takes A Dip

Mark Blumenthal  06.27.2014
Polls from six different pollsters confirm that President Obama's job approval rating dropped slightly in late June. Economic pessimism...
HUFFPOLLSTER: Exploring America's Political Typology

HUFFPOLLSTER: Exploring America's Political Typology

Mark Blumenthal  06.26.2014
Two North Carolina polls bring good news for the Democratic incumbent. A massive study of political "typologies" finds divisions far beyond...
HUFFPOLLSTER: Why The Polls Missed In Mississippi

HUFFPOLLSTER: Why The Polls Missed In Mississippi

Mark Blumenthal  06.25.2014
In Mississippi, an unprecedented turnout helped incumbent Sen. Thad Cochran defeat his tea party challenger. We explore why a handful of...
HUFFPOLLSTER: What We Don't Know About Tuesday's Mississippi Runoff

HUFFPOLLSTER: What We Don't Know About Tuesday's Mississippi Runoff

Mark Blumenthal  06.24.2014
Voters in Mississippi and six other states hold primaries elections today, but most attention is focused the Cochran-McDaniel runoff in...
HUFFPOLLSTER: Reviewing The Oklahoma Senate Primary Polls

HUFFPOLLSTER: Reviewing The Oklahoma Senate Primary Polls

Mark Blumenthal  06.23.2014
A leader emerges in Oklahoma's upcoming Republican primary for U.S. Senate. Gallup finds five percent of Americans bought insurance through...
HUFFPOLLSTER: Charlie Rangel Leads Democratic Primary Challengers

HUFFPOLLSTER: Charlie Rangel Leads Democratic Primary Challengers

Mark Blumenthal  06.20.2014
Rep. Charlie Rangel continues to lead his Democratic primary challengers. Americans are less apt to blame poverty on poor people than they...