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A new national poll of Black women voters reveals a demographic that is highly motivated to vote in the 2022 midterm elections, with an overwhelming majority citing “pocketbook” concerns, like the cost of housing and groceries as core issues. Among this well-established key voting bloc, reproductive rights and crime/gun violence also emerged as concerns.  Change […]

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WASHINGTON, Oct 5 (Reuters) – Nearly three-quarters of Americans say that the United States should continue to support Ukraine, despite Russian threats that it could use nuclear weapons to protect its territory, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll released on Wednesday. The polling suggested continuing backing for President Joe Biden’s provision of weapons systems, training […]

More Americans trust the Republican Party to handle the economy and national security as Americans’ approval of the Democratic Party continues to fall, according to a Gallup poll released Monday. The poll, conducted in September, found that since last year the Republican Party’s favorability went up 4 points to 44 percent while the Democratic Party’s […]

A person walks down a street in Philadelphia, Pa. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Spencer Platt/Getty Images A person walks down a street in Philadelphia, Pa. Spencer Platt/Getty Images A quarter of American adults say they live in fear of being attacked in their own neighborhoods, according to a poll by NPR, the […]

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A recent survey commissioned by AARP Pennsylvania showed what Black Pennsylvanian voters over the age of 50 are thinking about as they get ready to vote in November. The survey shows that Black voters over 50 are headed into the 2022 general election supporting lieutenant governor John Fetterman for the U.S. Senate and Attorney General […]

Princeton’s Board of Trustees has approved naming a University building for Laura Wooten, who was recognized as the longest serving election poll worker in the United States, in honor of her outstanding service to the nation and to humanity. Wooten was a longtime resident of Princeton, New Jersey, and worked in Campus Dining for more […]

Abortion rights activists protest outside of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington on May 3, a day after the leak of a draft opinion suggesting a possible reversal of Roe v. Wade. Jose Luis Magana / AP The percentage of Americans who consider themselves “pro-choice” has risen in the past year to 55%, its highest […]

Support for the Black Lives Matter movement is plummeting, including among African Americans, according to a new poll. As the country prepares to mark the second anniversary of the killing of George Floyd, which sparked a nationwide reckoning on race . . .

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