Statements about Polls and Public Opinion
"If you look at most of the polls, this is a margin-of-error race on Fourth of July between Mitt Romney and the president."
"70 percent of the people who voted" on June 5, 2012, "just didn’t feel comfortable with the recall of the governor," weakening any idea that Wisconsin is "fully behind this Walker agenda."
"Right now, I’m polling at about 8 percent" against Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.
Says "large majority" of Republicans believe Obama is a Muslim and not U.S.-born.
"Congress as a whole is less popular than it’s been since polling was invented."
"Only 14 percent of Catholics agree with the Vatican's position that abortion should be illegal."
Says a Barack Obama "black imposter" joke got a standing ovation at San Angelo rodeo.
"Every poll you see, the overwhelming majority of people want [E-Verify]."
Says he "did the very best" in a recent poll in Iowa matching up each of the major Republican presidential candidates against President Barack Obama.
"The majority of Americans are conservatives."
The polls "show over half of Americans identify themselves as being pro-life."
"What is the proper collective noun for a group of baboons? Believe it or not . . . a Congress!"
"99% of NJ voters do NOT support hunting."
The St. Norbert College/Wisconsin Public Radio poll has "been wrong in almost every election."
In April 2009 "the Democrats were in control, and the congressional (approval) rating was 40 percent."
"The people in Massachusetts like (the state health care plan) by about a 3-1 margin."
"President Obama has the lowest public approval ratings of any president in modern times."
"Two-thirds of Granite Staters oppose the Tea Party" and its agenda on labor unions.
Says Barack Obama’s "favorability rating in Israel once clocked in at 4 percent."
Says "of the 2,000 Portland households in the year-long (composting) pilot, 87 percent of participants reported being satisfied with the overall system."
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