Is President Obama doing a good job?
Presidential job approval ratings are one of the most important indicators of an incumbent’s likelihood of re-election. 41% of Americans in this poll believe President Obama is doing a good job, while 32% say the President is NOT doing a good job and 27% were undecided.
Who will you vote for in the Presidential Election?
Nearly two thirds of respondents indicated that they plan to vote to reelect President Obama, while just over one fifth remain undecided. 62% of Americans in in this survey will vote for President Obama. While 22% were undecided and only 16% said they will vote for Romney.
Is the country heading in the right direction?
Almost a full half of respondents believed that the United States is on the wrong track, which is often an indicator that voters are looking to make a change. 49% of of Americans in in this survey believe the country is NOT heading in the right direction.
Is the republican party waging a war on women’s rights?
More than half of the respondents indicated a belief that the Republican Party is waging a war on women’s rights, indicating that such things as this spring’s Rush Limbaugh/Sandra Fluke controversy have not been forgotten by voters. 51% of Americans believe the Republican party is waging a war on women’s rights.
What is your stance on Obama-care?
Republican candidates such as Mitt Romney have made repealing Obamacare a center point of their campaign message, a stance that would seem to be out of step with the majority of respondents. 56% of Americans support ”Obamacare” or the The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA).
What is your stance on abortion?
Abortion is a always a controversial issue but 76% of Americans in this survey classified themselves as Pro-Choice.
Is Congress doing a good job?
Those in Congress should take notice that their job approval is abysmal. Only 3% of Americans surveyed thought that Congress is doing a good job, while 76% of Americans believe Congress is NOT doing a good job. 21% were undecided.
Do you think the situation in Afghanistan will get worse?
Americans were split almost evenly in their prediction for what would happen in Afghanistan with 35% of Americans believe the situation in will NOT get worse.
Should companies be allowed to donate unlimited sums of money to political campaigns?
If there’s one thing that a large number of Americans can agree on, it’s that they do NOT support companies being able to donate unlimited sums of money to political campaigns. 86% of respondents did not support unrestricted campaign spending made possible by the Citizens United decision.
Should we send military support to Syria?
In spite of chaos and violence in Syria, 59% of Americans believe we should NOT get involved there militarily.
What is your stance on Same-Sex Marriage?
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Despite highly vocal opposition from conservative corners, 84% of Americans support same-sex marriage.
56% of respondents in this survey were male and 44% were female.
The majority of people in this survey had Bachelor’s Degrees at 41%
Household Income of respondents.
The following poll was conducted nationally with voting age Americans during September 2012. Respondents either completed a survey by email, by phone or an online form. There were 120 participants with an average age of 29 years old. To participate in our live polls please visit: http://www.congressratings.com/opinion-polls/live-polls/
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