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December 15, 2015


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Should Pete Rose be admitted into Baseball's Hall of Fame?


Would you support a Supreme Court nominee who would overturn the Obergefell v. Hodges decision on same-sex marriage?


Would you prefer Star Wars or Harry Potter themed gifts?


When you think about Christmas which of the following words most come to mind:

a) football

b) food

c) presents/shopping/gifts

d) party

e) religion


Trump Third Party Polling with the follow match-ups:

1. Trump v. Clinton v. Cruz
2. Trump v. Clinton v. Rubio
3. Trump v. Clinton v. Bush
4. Trump v. Sanders v. Cruz
5. Trump v. Sanders v. Rubio
6. Trump v. Sanders v. Bush


How about some sports related questions:

1. Who is your favorite sports team?..Least favorite?...

2. Who do you think will be in Super Bowl 50?...Will the Carolina Panthers go undefeated?

3. Which is the worst sports franchise:
1. Philadelphia 76ers
2. LA Lakers
3. Detroit Lions
4. Cleveland Browns


Which candidate is most likely to receive a lump of coal this Christmas?

John Hanson

Would you support replacing means-tested welfare with a universal basic income or dividend for all citizens if it were cheaper and simpler than current assistance programs? Yes/No.

Tyler Read

Do you believe that Santa Claus is real?


Just for fun, in a hypothetical four-way contest for whom would you vote for?

Hillary Clinton - Democrat
Ted Cruz - Republican
Bernie Sanders - Democratic Socialist
Donald Trump - Conservative Independent


Sanders third party Trump Clinton Sanders, Cruz Clinton Sanders, Rubio Clinton Sanders


Which candidate do you believe is most qualified to take on special interests and big money in politics?

Argo Journal

Just realized you haven't polled Hillary Clinton vs. Chris Christie nationally since July. Curious to see whether Rubio or Christie is seen as the more electable Republican at this point.

Last month, Fox and Quinnipiac had Christie ahead of Clinton by 3 and 5%, respectively, while recent NBC/WSJ and USA Today/Suffolk polls showed Rubio up by three.

Seems silly to continue polling Clinton vs. Carly Fiorina (or Ben Carson for that matter) as potential GOP nominees.


Approval/disapproval of Santa Claus

Approval/disapproval of a white Christmas.

...so that we can have one of those crazy comparisons, the Grinch (who stole Christmas) vs. Congress.

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