Signs of hope

From today’s Rasmussen Report:

October 7, 2009 Personal blogsites are becoming increasingly more common on the Internet, but just 11% of Americans believe that the government should regulate their content.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 66% of adults oppose federal government regulation of the sites. Twenty-three percent (23%) are not sure…


Rasmussen Report: Let US read the bills!

30 September 2009

83% say Congress should post bills online for all to read before voting on them.

Eighty-three percent of U.S. vosters say legislation should be posted online in final form and available for everyone to read them before Congress votes on them. The only exception would be for extreme emergencies.

A new Rasmussen […]

Rasmussen Reports: 62% Hold Populist, or Mainstream, Views

Friday, September 18, 2009

Sixty-two percent (62%) of voters nationwide now hold populist, or Mainstream, views of government. That’s up from 55% earlier in the year. These voters are skeptical of both big government and big business.

Only four percent (4%) now support the the Political Class, down from seven percent (7%) six months […]

Rasmussen: 75% Favor Auditing the Fed

Entire article can be read at Rasmussen Reports Wednesday, July 29, 2009

So much for the ongoing secrecy of the nation’s independent central banking system. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 75% of Americans favor auditing the Federal Reserve and making the results available to the public.

Just nine percent (9%) […]

AZ voters put immigration over health care

Rasmussen: Most Arizona Voters Put Immigration Over Health Care as More Important Reform Goal

Monday, July 27, 2009

Fifty-one percent (51%) of Arizona voters say it is more important for Congress to pass immigration reform than health care reform. A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in the state shows that 45% hold the opposite […]