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Daily Roundup 1.16.07


  • A new USA Today/Gallup Poll conducted over the weekend finds "Americans continue to oppose, by a 59% to 38% margin, President Bush's plan to increase troops in Iraq." Additional findings include Presidential job approvals and support for the Congressional Democrats' nonbinding resolution (USA Today story, results, Gallup analysis).

  • A new Rasmussen Reports automated survey shows a plurality of Americans (19%) think Sen. John McCain is the most likely of the prospective candidates to be elected the next President. The same survey also shows 94% of Americans think it is very or somewhat likely that U.S. Troops will be in Iraq when the next President is sworn into office.

  • The latest Quinnipiac University survey finds 75% of New York City voters approve of the job Mayor Michael Bloomberg is doing, "matching his highest approval rating ever."

 

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