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January 21, 2014


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Please poll Mike Huckabee for the 2016 national poll.


Ask about trusting the Onion. Possibly Fox v. The Onion. Commercials v. the actual football for the superbowl. College v. NFL.


I would love to see a poll with Mike Huckabee included!


Don't forget to include Huckabee in the national poll as well as the individual state polls.

SC Guy

It would be very interesting to see the national congressional generic like you usually do. Also, it would be very interesting to see some national numbers on gay marriage. You often do it in state polls but never nationally. It would be cool if you could do that.


FoX News vs.

the Miami Herald (Florida only)
the New York Times
the BBC
Deutsche Welle
NHK (Japan)
local broadcasts
official Cuban news broadcasts (Florida only)

Here are some for Florida on the US Congress:

Congress vs.

escaped pythons
Fidel Castro
the Miami Marlins
the deal that sent Miguel Cabrera to the Detroit Tigers

Jerry D. Woods

Please include Gov. Mike Huckabee in your poll ! Thanks !


Poll whether respondents pay closer attention to sports or politics

Also poll, whether Americans support a Russian style "gay propaganda" law, banning free speech for gay people, as a Michigan representative recently stated he would support. I haven't seen any polling on this issue, and if you guys don't do it, I'm not sure anyone will


My desired version of a standard ANES q: "Do people need adjust their moral views to a changing world?" The ANES question is something like: The world is always changing and we should adjust our view of moral behavior to those changes." But that asks 2 questions in one. I'd like to see a more narrow version.

"Do you think most of your friends are more pro-life, more pro-choice, or do you not know enough about their views on abortion issues?" This takes the onus off respondents to discuss THEIR views and gets them to tell you how they feel their friends view abortion rights. Might give a better sense of where people think society is on abortion.

Common Sense Conservative

Please include Governor Huckabee in your national polls. Thanks!


Also, poll respondents opinion of foreign nations.

Example: Do you have a positive or negative opinion of China? Israel? Canada? Australia?

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