Stories across Illinois and most of America now report furious parents standing up against what's bundled under the term "Critical Race Theory," or CRT, widely taught in K-12 schools.
A recent Gallup poll estimated that more than 1 billion people across the globe were unwilling to get the COVID-19 vaccine during the first year of the pandemic, making it harder for the world to reach herd immunity.
Many residents surveyed say they are scared to go to the downtown area after the last year's riots and chaos.
78% Of UK Businesses Have No Plan To Require Vaccine Certificates, Survey
Three in 10 Americans say they are worried about contracting COVID-19, marking the lowest point in a year's worth of measurement, as vaccinations against the disease continue to rise in the U.S. This includes 5% of U.S. adults who say they are "very
According to the latest just released report on the State of the Crypto Market from Gemini, 2020 which polled 3,000 U.S. adults, ages 18 to 65 with $40,000 or more in household income (survey respondents were polled from October 19-November 16, 2020,
With the Fed depositing a fresh round of "free money" into the pockets of most Americans, the focus now turns to where the money is eventually going to wind up. Will it boost financial assets? Crypto? Will it finally hit consumer prices and cause a t
The virus pandemic did not change the trajectory of where the restaurant industry was headed, but it did force years of change in a short period. Restaurants are embracing artificial intelligence and automation to revolutionize their business models.
"These numbers show millions of Americans are afraid or uncertain about future effects of this next-generation vaccine."
Tim, Ian, and Lydia sit down with guest and publisher of The Federalist Ben Domenech (@BDomenech) to discuss how the polls got it so wrong.
- and a quarter of families won't social distance, survey finds
Nearly 40 per cent of Americans are planning to have a Thanksgiving dinner with 10 or more attendees, as 1 in 4 people say they won't practice social distancing, according to a new national survey.
Over the last two decades police departments across the country have been steadily increasing their firepower, while their jobs have actually gotten LESS dangerous.
A study by the New York Times and Siena College has revealed that the most common female name for someone voting for Joe Biden is 'Karen'.
CBS Internal Poll Shows trump Winning
Why are the Trafalgar and Rasmussen polls so different from the polls the mainstream media puts out?
President Donald Trump's approval among likely black voters jumped to 46 percent, according to Rasmussen Reports data posted Friday morning, less than 24 hours after the final presidential debate.
Last week, we published an article detailing a warning from JPMorgan's top quant Marko Kolanvoci to all those expecting a landslide Biden win --
Biden Camp Issues WARNING That Polls Are WRONG, Trump And Republicans Already Have HUGE Advantages
For the past several days, national polls that were fairly close for much of the summer suddenly have Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden running away with the race, no doubt leaving supporters of President Donald Trump dejected and depressed,
The Gallup Poll Strongly Indicates That Trump Should Win Re-Election
With Election Day less than a month away, we look at which party will likely control the White House, Senate and House in 2020… and what to watch for on Election Night.
With the help of Paul Hoffmeister, chief economist at Camelot Portfolios With Election Day less than a month away, we look at which party will likely control the White House, Senate and House in 2020… and what to watch for on Election Night.
Fifty-nine percent of Americans say they are "very" (19%) or "somewhat confident" (40%) that votes in the upcoming presidential election will be accurately cast and counted throughout the country, matching the low Gallup recorded in 2008.
A new nationwide online poll of 1,006 likely voters, conducted by John Zogby Strategies, finds a significant portion of the population has doubts about vaccines in general.
On September 11th, Gallup headlined "Bias in Others' News a Greater Concern Than Bias in Own News", and reported (based upon polling a randomized sample of 20,046 American adults) that:
Percent who say they are likely to get the first generation COVID-19 vaccine as soon as it is available
According to a CNBC/Change Research poll, most voters in six swing states don't consider either Trump or Biden as 'mentally fit' to be president.
If there's one skill the mainstream media has mastered in the "Age of Trump", it's pushing a coordinated narrative.
Just as this report was released, a new National Poll did get released from Emerson College that showed Biden's lead down to just 2pts.