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Poll: Americans divided on their opinion of U.S. Supreme Court

A new poll from Gallup finds Americans increasingly polarized when it comes to their attitudes toward the nation’s highest court. According to the survey, 47 percent of Americans approve of the job being done by the U.S. Supreme Court while … Continue reading

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Faith in Congress hits historic lows

Nobody likes Congress. Or at least very, very few people appear to have confidence in that body, according to new numbers from Gallup. In fact, Americans’ faith in Congress has hit an historic low at just 7 percent. That places … Continue reading

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Poll: Hagan holds early lead over Tillis in U.S. Senate contest

Incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan leads Republican N.C. House Speaker Thom Tillis in their U.S. Senate race, according to new numbers from Public Policy Polling. The survey also shows North Carolina voters favoring a tax increase to pay for … Continue reading

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Yep, Americans are becoming more politically polarized

A new study from Pew Research finds Americans increasingly divided and less inclined to compromise on political issues. The report released Thursday shows Republicans growing more conservative while Democrats are leaning more liberal. At the same time, each side’s opinion … Continue reading

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Poll: When it comes to picking president, voters unimpressed by Washington experience

In what could be a bit of bad news for such folks as Vice President Joe Biden and former secretary of state Hillary Clinton, along with U.S. Sens. Marco Rubio and Rand Paul, more American voters view time in Washington … Continue reading

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