Hillary Meter: Are Democrats Less Certain About A Clinton Nomination?



Following their party’s fourth debate Sunday evening, most Democratic voters still believe Hillary Clinton will be the party’s nominee this November, but they feel less strongly than they have in recent surveys. Read More

It isn’t just Donald Trump. A whole lot of voters are angry at the current policies of the federal government. Can you blame them? Read More

This year’s Academy Award nominations are being criticized by a number of prominent blacks for the lack of diversity among the nominees. But for most Americans, the Oscars just aren’t that big a deal. Only nine percent (9%) rate it as the prize they’d most like to win, well below the 45% who’d rather get a Nobel Prize or the 21% who’d opt for a Pulitzer Prize. Even among just black Americans, Oscars run a distant third.

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