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US: Economy, Dalai Lama (CNN 2/12-15)

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CNN / Opinion Research Corporation
2/12-15/10; 1,023 adults, 3% margin of error
Mode: Live telephone interviews
(CNN: Dalai Lama, Economy)

National

How would you rate the economic conditions in the country today?
17% Very/Somewhat Good, 83% Very/Somewhat Poor

Do you think Congress has done enough to help create jobs, or don't you think so?
14% Done enough, 84% Don't think so

Favorable / Unfavorable
Dalai Lama: 56 / 18
Pope Benedict: 59 / 17
Billy Graham: 57 / 22
Pat Robertson: 25 / 44

Which is more important -- for the U.S. to take a strong stand on human rights in China, or for the U.S. to maintain good relations with China?
53% Strong stand on human rights
44% Good relations with China

Which is more important -- for the U.S. to take a strong stand so that China does not take over Taiwan by force, or for the U.S. to maintain good relations with China?
51% Strong stand on Taiwan
45% Good relations with China

Which is more important -- for the U.S. to take a strong stand on the status of Tibet, or for the U.S. to maintain good relations with China?
41% Strong stand on Tibet
53% Good relations with China

Based on what you have read or heard, do you think Tibet should be an independent country, or do you think Tibet should be a part of China?
73% Independent, 19% Part of China

 

Comments
Farleftandproud:

Vermont, Texas, and Alaska should run polls too, just like they did about Tibet.

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Farleftandproud:

It was good to see that this pollster had a good sense of humor by putting Pat Robertson's favorability at the bottom.

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