Either way you look at it, the immediate future looks bright for Republicans according to a New York Times/CBS poll released Wednesday.
Americans still think there’s more to learn about Benghazi – and want Congress to keep searching for the truth
Americans across the political spectrum aren’t entirely convinced that the truth about the Sept. 11, 2012 terrorist attack on the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi, Libya has been fully uncovered, and think Congress should continue investigating the matter to find out whether the White House acted improperly during its handling of the attack, a Fox News poll released Friday reported.
Not only are more and more young Americans finding themselves back on their parents’ couches, but they’re less likely to be thriving in their lives than their independent-living peers, according to a Gallup study released Friday.
In yet another sign the economy hasn’t completely rebounded from its 2008 collapse, 14 percent of young adults between the ages of 14 and 24 have moved back home with mom and dad, according to a Gallup study released Thursday.
Chances are if you live in Wyoming you’re a conservative, according to Gallup’s annual “State of the States” poll.
Call it a January surprise!
A new Public Policy Polling study released Wednesday has former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee in the lead with 16 percent of the likely voting electorate. Following closely behind are former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush at 14 percent and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie at 13 percent. Rounding out the rest of the ballot are Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul at 11 percent; Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan at 8 percent each; Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker at 6 percent; and Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal at 5 percent.
President Barack Obama has his work cut out for him during his annual State of the Union address Tuesday if he wants to help the Democrats keep the majority in the Senate and tighten the gap in the House come November.