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Washington, May 23 (ANI): A whopping 72 percent of Americans or more than seven in ten, believe the country needs more moral policing as the state of the union is 'getting worse'.
Islamabad, Mar. 26 (ANI): A majority of Americans oppose the use of drone strikes on U.S. soil and against American citizens wherever they may be, but are perfectly fine with killing suspected terrorists abroad, according to a poll.
Washington, Oct. 19 (ANI): The already controversial Gallup Daily Poll has raised even more eyebrows after it released a poll showing Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney leading over President Barack Obama by 7 percentage points among likely voters nationally.
Iranian state media falls for 'spoof Ahmadinejad topping Obama poll' by US satirical website Onion Sep 29, 11:11 am
London, Sep 29 (ANI): Iran's state media was fooled by a satirical US website over a made-up poll, which claimed that a majority of rural white Americans would vote for Iran President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad instead of US President Barack Obama.
Washington, Sep 8 (ANI): US President Barack Obama's approval rating has bounced following the 4-day Democratic National Convention, according to a poll.
Romney leads Obama among middle-income Americans: Poll Jun 5, 3:32 pm
Washington, June 5 (ANI): Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has a lead over President Barack Obama among middle-income Americans, according to a poll. ccording to the Gallup poll, almost 49 percent Americans, who have income of 36,000 dollars to 89,999 dollars, preferred Romney over Obama at 45 percent.
Washington, June 5 (ANI): A majority of Americans of over 58 percent are dissatisfied with the opportunity of the next generation to reach the American dream of having a better life than their parents, a poll said.
Washington, June 5 (Xinhua-ANI): Six in ten Americans have grown sour about the economic prospects for their children amid the run-up to November's presidential elections, a Gallup poll found Monday.
US' First Lady still way more popular than hubby, finds poll May 31, 4:08 pm
Washington, May 31 (ANI): U.S.'s First Lady Michelle Obama has maintained high favorability among Americans, making her more popular than President Barack Obama, a new poll has found.
Washington, May 26 (ANI): There are more than twice as many Americans who consider themselves conservative on economic issues as opposed to liberal, a poll has showed.
54 pc Americans consider same-sex marriage morally correct May 15, 3:34 pm
Washington, May 15 (ANI): Almost 54 percent of Americans have said that gay or lesbian relations are morally acceptable, according to poll.ccording to the Gallup Poll, 42 percent Americans considered such relations as morally wrong.
Zardari ranked lowest in Gallup survey May 13, 12:02 pm
Washington, May 13 (ANI): Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari has been placed at the lowest rank in a Washington-based Gallup poll, renowned for predicting U.S. election results and conducting the U.S. presidents' approval ratings.
Majority Americans support Obama on Buffett Rule Apr 14, 4:05 pm
Washington, Apr 14 (ANI): US President Barack Obama has a large number of Americans on his side with the Buffett Rule, according to a new Gallup poll.
Washington, April 13 (ANI): Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has to work hard to woo the Republican voter base among Midwesterners, young voters, the highly religious and conservative Republicans, according to the results of a Gallup Poll.
Los Angeles (US), Apr.3 (ANI): Scandinavian countries Denmark, Finland and Norway have been declared the three happiest nations in the world during the last six years (2005 to 2011), according to a Gallup poll.
Gallup poll shows Obama ahead of Romney Apr 3, 1:05 pm
Washington, Apr.3 (ANI): U.S. President Barack Obama has established a four-percentage point lead over Republican rival Mitt Romney in a general election match-up, according to a new USA Today/Gallup Poll Monday.
Three in 10 Americans consider Iran to be US' greatest enemy Feb 21, 5:33 pm
Washington, Feb 21 (ANI): Nearly three in ten Americans believe that the United States' enemy number one is Iran, a poll has revealed.
Over 4 in 10 Pakistanis believe it is important for Western and Muslim societies to get along Jan 30, 1:35 pm
Washington, Jan.30 (ANI): Over four in ten Pakistanis believe it is very important for Western and Muslim societies to get along, inspite of a majority of Pakistanis expressing disapproval of the current leadership in the United States.
Gallup Poll: U.S. leadership above China's Nov 19, 4:20 pm
Washington, Nov.19 (ANI): A new survey shows that American leadership is more respected than China's in the Asia and Asia-Pacific region.
Washington, Nov 15(ANI): A new poll has shown that approval rating of the US Congress' continues to be at an all-time rock bottom level of 13 percent in November.
USA Today/Gallup poll indicates deep voter dissatisfaction Nov 5, 4:00 pm
Washington, Nov.5 (ANI): A USA Today/Gallup poll has revealed deep voter dissatisfaction in at least twelve states of the American union.
US Government approval rating hits all-time low of 17 pct Aug 30, 12:06 pm
Washington, Aug 30(ANI): A new poll has shown that Americans' approval rating of the government has sunk to an all- time low of 17 percent, as compared to 63 percent, who had a negative impression of it.
Fewer Americans see race relations improving under Obama Aug 25, 3:55 pm
New York, Aug.25 (ANI): Fewer Americans believe race relations have improved under Barack Obama, the country's first black president, than two years ago, according to a new Gallup survey.
Romney trails Perry, Bachmann in Gallup poll Aug 17, 2:49 pm
Washington, Aug.17 (ANI): A new Gallup Poll has shown Mitt Romney merging as a front-runner among Republicans vying for a White House bid insofar as inciting passion among GOP voters.
'Loyal' American Muslims optimistic about US' future: Poll Aug 3, 6:36 pm
New York, August 3(ANI): The latest Gallup Poll has found that a vast majority of American Muslims say they are loyal to the United States and optimistic about its future, even though they are more likely than other religious groups to say that they recently experienced discrimination.
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