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CLEVELAND, OH - JULY 21: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gives two thumbs up to the crowd during the evening session on the fourth day of the Republican National Convention on July 21, 2016 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump received the number …

President Trump’s Poll Numbers Boom with the Economy

Despite the elitist media’s malevolent intentions to distract from President Trump’s historical successes in the first year of his presidency, word and the results are getting through to the only people that matter, voters. And the latest job approval numbers for the president reflect this.


Report: Half of World’s 30 Million Slaves Are Children

A new article appearing Friday in Digital Journal and Business Insider states that of the estimated 30 million persons held in slavery today, seventy percent are female and fifty percent are children. Writer Kyle Ashmead notes that in absolute figures,

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Gallup: Democratic Party Identification at Record Low, Most Identifying as Independents

In 2015, 29 percent of Americans identified as Democrats — a 27-year low, according to the poll — lower than the poll’s previous record low of 30 percent a year earlier. Gallup notes that although the company shifted from in-person to telephone polling in 1988, from 1951-1987 the outfit never collect a yearly Democratic identification lower than 37 percent.

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Latin America Tops Global List Of Most Emotional, Positive Nations

Gallup’s 2015 Global Emotions report released Thursday quantifies positive and negative experiences of 148 countries’ residents via 153,000 interviews conducted in 2014. The interviews probed residents on 10 questions to gauge their positive and negative emotions from the day before. Countries in Latin America top the list of the world’s most emotional and positive nations.

Republican presidential hopeful and former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee fields questions at The Family Leadership Summit at Stephens Auditorium on July 18, 2015 in Ames, Iowa. According to the organizers the purpose of The Family Leadership Summit is to inspire, motivate, and educate conservatives.

Poll: Huckabee Highest Favorability, Trump Most Well-Known

The poll also measured which candidates are the most well-known. Donald Trump, according to the results, is the best-known candidate with 92%. Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush comes in second under that factor.
The poll was conducted from July 8th to July 21st and surveyed roughly 1,028 Republicans and right leaning Independents. It examined the candidates well-known factor with the favorability of the candidate.

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Planned Parenthood Running Scared as States Limit Abortions

Taxpayer-funded abortion giant Planned Parenthood sent out a panicky tweet Sunday trying to galvanize its core supporters, telling them that laws restricting abortions had “skyrocketed” in the last decade, something it finds “mind-boggling.”

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Massive Media Fail: Confidence In Police Twice that of News Media

For the most cynical and destructive of political reasons, led by President Obama, for more than two years now, the national media has led one dishonest hate campaign after another against American law enforcement. Nevertheless, a new Gallup poll shows


Republican Candidates Must Be Strong on Energy

New polling emphasizes that support for traditional energy concerns has become a partisan issue. Large majorities of Republicans favor key energy issues—but voters of every ideological stripe say energy issues will be an important part of their voting decisions.

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Why Is America Moving Left?

Statistics from the most recent Gallup poll indicate that Americans’ moral views have become increasingly liberal over the past 14 years, with U.S. citizens tending to approve of behavior they would have deemed immoral or sinful just a generation ago.

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Gallup: Americans ‘Greatly Overestimate’ Percentage of Gays, Lesbians in U.S.

According to the poll, Americans estimate on average that 23 percent of their fellow citizens are gay or lesbian. The National Health Interview Survey, published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – a highly definitive study from 2013 – found that fewer than 3 percent of respondents identified themselves as gay, lesbian, or bisexual, and only 1.6 percent self-identified as gay or lesbian.