48% of GOP Voters Prefer A Candidate Without Political Experience



The good news for Donald Trump is that nearly half of Republicans say they’d rather vote for a candidate who has never held political office over one with political experience. The bad news is that other voters don’t share that view nearly as strongly. Read More

The names Obama and Clinton never appear in “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi,” but Republicans are still twice as likely as Democrats to have the new movie on their viewing list. The film details the on-the-ground circumstances surrounding the murder of U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans in Benghazi, Libya on September 11-12, 2012, while Hillary Clinton was secretary of State. 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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