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Poll Results: The question of whether wealthy Americans should pay higher taxes is a sticking point in the debate over extending Bush-era tax cuts. What effect do you think boosting taxes on incomes of more than $250,000 would have?
It would hurt the economy
It would help the economy
It wouldn’t make a difference
Total Responses - 506
The president says widening income inequality is a "defining challenge of our time." What’s your take on the income gap between rich and poor?
It’s gotten wider
It hasn't changed
It’s gotten smaller
Don’t know, don’t care
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Archived Poll Results
The holiday shopping season is officially underway and retailers are hoping you’ll spend a little more this year than you did in 2012. What does your shopping budget look like?
Nov 28, 2013
Some retailers plan to open on Thanksgiving Day to get a jump on Black Friday, the traditional start of the holiday shopping season. What do you think?
Nov 25, 2013
As U.N. climate talks enter their final week in Warsaw in the two-decade-old effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, whom or what do you trust most for information about climate change?
Nov 18, 2013
It’s possible that two Texans may end up vying for the GOP presidential nomination in 2014. If the election were today, which of the two would be most likely to get your vote?
Nov 11, 2013
The website through which the uninsured are supposed to enroll for health insurance has been problem-plagued and millions of people have been notified that their current policies are being cancelled. What would you do with the health care law?
Nov 4, 2013
A new Pew Center poll finds that the vast majority of workers older than 50 are very or somewhat satisfied with their jobs. How are you feeling about yours?
Oct 28, 2013
A new Pew Research Center Poll finds that 74 percent of registered voters would like to see most members of Congress defeated in 2014 and 38 percent do not want to see their own reelected. How about you?
Oct 21, 2013
A new poll finds that about half of U.S. workers plan to retire later than they originally envisioned because of money, health and the need for employer benefits. How has the economy affected your plans?
Oct 14, 2013
Who do you think is most to blame for the budget impasse and government shutdown?
Oct 2, 2013
Open enrollment for health insurance begins on Oct. 1 under the Affordable Care Act or “Obamacare.” What’s your opinion of the sweeping health care law as it begins to take full effect?
Sep 25, 2013
A Republican plan apparently in the works in the U.S. House would attach a “defund Obamacare” provision to a stopgap bill to keep the government in business after Sept. 30. Good idea or bad idea?
Sep 17, 2013
Barring a diplomatic fix, Congress will vote on whether to authorize the president to order a limited military strike against Syria over the use of chemical weapons on civilians. How would you vote?
Sep 9, 2013
Has the president made the case for military action against Syria after concluding the country’s government used chemical weapons against civilians?
Aug 29, 2013
Two Texans, Gov. Rick Perry and U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, are mentioned as possible presidential candidates in 2014. If the GOP primary was today, who would get your vote?
Aug 21, 2013
Some experts think future medical treatments could slow aging, allowing people to live to be 120 or older. Would you undergo those treatments to live to be that old?
Aug 14, 2013
A recent national survey found that parents plan to spend an average of $428 on back-to-school shopping, down from $600 last year. How much do you think you’ll spend this year?
Aug 6, 2013
Economic insecurity particularly among whites is more pervasive than showed by government data and will engulf most Americans at some point, a new AP-GfK poll says. How secure are you economically?
Jul 29, 2013
The 2016 presidential election is three years away, but the polling has already started and in Iowa it’s a dead heat between New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Who would get your vote?
Jul 22, 2013
A Florida jury found George Zimmerman not guilty in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, 17. If you’d been on the jury, what would you have decided?
Jul 14, 2013
The Texas Legislature is again taking up a measure that would impose new restrictions on abortions in Texas. What do you think about current abortion laws?
Jul 5, 2013
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Jul 1, 2013
More than half of 37,653 people polled in a 39-country Pew Research Center survey cited climate change as a major threat to their countries. Which of one these do you think is the greatest threat to this country?
Jun 27, 2013
Americans are divided over whether disclosures about the NSA’s phone and Internet surveillance program serve the public interest, but not about what should happen to Edward Snowden, who leaked the classified information. What do you think?
Jun 20, 2013
Southern Baptist messengers have passed a resolution opposing the Boy Scout’s policy on gay members and expressing support for churches that decide to sever ties with the scouts. What do you think your church should do?
Jun 12, 2013
Mothers are the sole or primary breadwinners in 40 percent of all households with children younger than 18, a Pew Center analysis finds. Thirty-seven percent are married mothers and 63 percent are single moms. Who’s the top earner in your family?
Jun 4, 2013
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