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May
24

Roundtable Question of the Day – Newspapers

Written by: Sarah LaDuke    Filed under: Poll Question, The Roundtable     Comments: Comments Off   Tags

Are you concerned about the future of the daily newspaper?

May
23

Roundtable Question of the Day

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Do you think President Obama should change up the Vice Presidential slot on the ballot to improve his chances against Mit Romney in November – specifically – do you think he should swap Joe Biden for Hilary Clinton?

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Michael Tomasky on Obama’s Hillary Clinton-Joe Biden Switcheroo
CURL: Hillary Clinton will be the 2012 veep candidate

May
22

Roundtable Question of the Day

Written by: Sarah LaDuke    Filed under: Poll Question, The Roundtable     Comments: 1   Tags

From USA Today – Study: USA does well in wealth, not so much in happiness.

Are you happy?

May
21

Roundtable Question of the Day

Written by: Sarah LaDuke    Filed under: Poll Question, The Roundtable     Comments: 2   Tags

Prominent Democrat, Newark Mayor Cory Booker, slammed the Obama campaign’s ad criticizing Mitt Romney’s record as the head of Bain Capital, and called for an end to”nauseating” attacks from both sides. What do you think?

May
16

Roundtable Question of the Day – Minimum Wage?

Written by: Sarah LaDuke    Filed under: Poll Question, The Roundtable     Comments: Comments Off   Tags

What do you think is a fair minimum wage?

May
15

Roundtable Question of the Day – Where do you stand on hydrofracking?

Written by: Sarah LaDuke    Filed under: Poll Question, The Roundtable     Comments: 4   Tags

New Yorkers Against Fracking, a coalition of hydrofracking critics looking for a statewide ban, has focused its efforts on Governor Cuomo and will be holding a major rally at the Capital this afternoon.

A number of polls conducted last year found that New York voters were essentially split on the issue. A Marist College poll in August, for example, showed 37 percent of voters statewide oppose hydrofracking, with 32 percent supportive and 31 percent undecided. Where do you stand?