More rioting and looting broke out in American cities this week. This time, it was Philadelphia consumed by violence after a police shooting. According to ABC News, at least 30 police officers have been injured in the violent unrest, while… Read More ›
A movement spanning over 192 countries to get people to go vegan for the month of January has signed up its millionth pledge. Started in the United Kingdom, Veganuary is a non-profit organization that encourages people worldwide to eat vegan… Read More ›
The most recent NBC/Marist poll for the presidential election came out this week, and it is flawed. The organization polled 1,146 registered Florida voters with 35 percent responding they consider themselves independent voters, 33 percent Republican, and 31 percent as… Read More ›
During a time when apparently more people are getting nude during the novel Coronavirus, we thought we’d delve into the world of the nude lifestyle, or what many call family-friendly clothing optional recreation. There is the World Naked Gardening Day held each May and there are many naked bike ride and running events held around the United States each year. So Americans seem to be getting more comfortable sans clothing. We even watch popular national television shows such as Naked and Afraid and Dating Naked and Buying Naked.
The latest The Economist/YouGov poll of Biden supporters confirms prior polling that around 60 percent are voting to give Trump the boot rather than enthusiastically voting for Biden. According to the latest poll, only 41 percent of those expected to vote for Biden are voting for him, and 58 percent are voting against Trump. Meanwhile, the data flips for Trump supporters and this follows the trend in recent polling. 80 percent of those expected to vote for Trump in the general election are voting for him, and only 18 percent are voting against Biden.
Dr. Jo Jorgensen is polling between two to four percent in the few polls where her name appears. To be included in the presidential debates, Jorgensen will need to show at least 15 percent in certain polls; however, at present,… Read More ›
We have asked for decades during presidential election season, “Are you better off now than you were four years ago?” A new YouGov/The Economist poll which ended on July 28, 2020 tackled that and other questions of almost 1,500 Americans. The result was 42% felt they are better off now, while 36% were better off four years ago and 22% were not sure.
While most were not confident that over next year, the U.S. economy, 58% were confident or optimistic about their future personal finances. 65% of respondents felt confident or optimistic about their personal job security, but strangely, 65% also were worried or uncertain about the U.S. unemployment rate over the next year.
The Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) stated on July 27, 2020, that the University of Notre Dame has withdrawn from hosting the first presidential debate on September 29, 2020. CPD has announced that the first presidential debate will instead be co-hosted by Case Western Reserve… Read More ›
Americans with an investing horizon are better more on the stock market than real estate expecting better returns. The survey by Bankrate of over 1,000 Americans found that nearly 28% feel the stock market is the best investment vehicle at… Read More ›