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Americans divided over whether people convicted of crimes spend too much or too little time in prison

December 7, 2021

28% say people convicted of crimes spend too much time in prison, 32% say too little time and 37% say about the right amount of time.

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POLL: Only 2% Of Hispanic Voters Identify As ‘Latinx,’ Many Find Term Offensive | Daily Caller

December 6, 2021

Exponentially more Hispanic voters in the United States find the term “Latinx” offensive than actually use it themselves.

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Socialism, Capitalism Ratings in U.S. Unchanged | Gallup

December 6, 2021

Americans remain much more positive toward capitalism than socialism, and their ratings of each have been largely stable over the past decade.

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65% Believe Big Government And Big Business Act Together in ways that Hurt Everyday Americans | Scott Rasmussen

December 6, 2021

Sixty-five percent (65%) of voters believe that big government and big business act together in ways that hurt everyday Americans.

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U.S. consumer confidence sees most recent gains reversed | IPSOS-Forbes

December 4, 2021

This week’s survey also finds Americans to be slightly less comfortable making both major purchases and other household purchases.

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U.S. Mental Health Rating Remains Below Pre-Pandemic Level | Gallup

December 4, 2021

Americans’ “excellent” mental health rating remains at a 21-year low amid the pandemic, holding at 34% after falling to that level a year ago.

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Go woke, go broke? Americans don’t care for corporate activism | NY Post

December 3, 2021

Polling found 63 percent of executives agree “that companies should speak out on social issues,” but a mere 36 percent of voters agree.

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Most CFOs think higher prices will last through 2022, survey shows | Fox Business

December 3, 2021

Fewer than 20% of firms expect cost increases to abate in the next 6 months, and most anticipate the increases will last at least another 10.

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AMP Poll Highlight: Swing Voters Want to Give Patients and Doctors Power, Not Insurance Companies and Government

December 2, 2021
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Swing voters overwhelmingly prefer giving power to patients and doctors to fix health care, instead of the government.

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Americans Consider China Top National-Security Threat, Survey Finds | Wall Street Journal

December 2, 2021

Americans listed China as the nation’s top foe and their trust in the U.S. military dropped to its lowest levels in three years.

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