Pew Research Center & Barack Obama

The Pew Research Center is an American think tank organization based in Washington, D.C. that provides information on issues, attitudes and trends shaping the United States and the world. Barack Hussein Obama II (born August 4, 1961) is the 44th and current President of the United States. 5.0/5

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A Math Problem!!! There's a new estimate by the Pew Research Center that suggests that the number of illegal aliens now living in the U.S. exceeds the number of people the Bureau of Labor Statistics says are unemployed. It appears that the illegal alien population is about 11.7 million people. Lets think about that. Everyday hundreds if not thousands of people cross the U.S./Mexico and U.S./Canadian border illegally. Its been going on since before Barack Obama became President. Over that whole period the estimate of illegals in this country has remained at approximately 12 million people. So . . . I ask you how is that possible?? If there are hundreds if not thousands of people crossing every day into this country, how is it that the number is still at 12 million illegals? In order for the number to remain approximately the same, ICE would have to be deporting a number of illegals equal to the number that enter illegally. I think we all know . . . that isn't happening!!! Los frijoles no tiene senti ...
WASHINGTON SECRETS Poof: Public says America's world leadership has tumbled to 40-year low BY PAUL BEDARD | DECEMBER 3, 2013 AT 3:17 PM TOPICS: WASHINGTON SECRETS AFGHANISTAN IRAN POLLS CHINA SYRIA George W. Bush FOREIGN POLICY President Obama poses with his Nobel Prize medal and diploma alongside Nobel committee chairman... President Barack Obama receives the Nobel Prize medal and diploma during a ceremony in Raadhuset... For the first time in nearly 40 years, a majority of Americans believe the United States is less important around the world and that it should mind its own business, a stunning rejection of President Obama’s foreign policy just four years after he received the Nobel Prize. A new Pew Research Center poll found that 53 percent of people believe that the U.S. is playing a less important role as a world leader than a decade ago, the highest figure since 1984. Worse: 70 percent said that the U.S. is respected less than in the past, almost matching the high reached under former President Ge ...
The GOP and all those interested in a Real Republic should look at this and then decide on how to vote when it comes to Legal Status = Amnesty as the Voting by this particular group indicates they've already decided who they'll Support so believe the GOP needs to Reach out to the Young & Independents to secure a True Republic vs. a Shift to La Raza Style American. God Bless You All; Van The Hispanic Vote in Presidential Elections, 1980-2012 Pew Research Center | 11/7/2012 Note how after Reagan gave amnesty to millions of Hispanics in 1986, the Hispanic vote didn’t “come home” to Republicans. Something for the pro Amnesty Republicans to think about. --1980 Jimmy Carter, 56% Ronald Reagan, 35% -21 --1984 Walter Mondale, 61% Ronald Reagan, 37% -24 --1988 Michael Dukakis, 69% George H.W. Bush, 30% -39 --1992 Bill Clinton, 61% George H.W. Bush, 25% -36 --1996 Bill Clinton, 72% Bob Dole, 21% -51 --2000 Al Gore, 62% George W. Bush, 35% -27 --2004 John Kerry, 58% George W. Bush, 40% -18 --2008 Barack Obama, ...
"July 6th – Slow news day. So we’ll go with this. It’s frustrating watching President Obama get away with what he does. Obviously his sycophantic media is a huge factor. But there’s another possible reason. According to its website, the Pew Research Center is “a nonpartisan fact tank that informs the public about the issues, attitudes and trends shaping America and the world.” In 2011 this organization asked 19 questions dealing with politics, current events and world geography. These questions were asked of Republicans, Democrats & Independents. Guess how many questions a higher % of Democrats answered correctly? Zero! Zilch! Nada! On all 19 questions Repubs were better informed. (below) Thought this might come in handy the next time that snotty lib college kid tells you how ignorant you are. George Carlin said it best: “Think of how stupid the average person is, and realize half of them are stupider than that.” Thanks George, we knew there had to be some explanation of how Barack Obama c ...
(From Hannity) Chasing Rabbits: Climate Change June 24, 2013 I hope the Republicans in Washington are paying attention. Barack Obama is about to throw them a curveball, and they need not fumble it but rather stay focused on the issues that truly matter. Tomorrow Obama will delivery a speech on … Climate Change! Yes, with all of the scandals swirling around his administration, Obama has decided to focus on an issue that Americans could care less about. That's not my interpretation, that's a fact based on recent polling from the Pew Research Center: Out of the 21 issues listed in the survey, Climate Change/global warming ranked dead last on its list of priorities for the president and Congress. If you go to the White House's website, the very first thing you will see (at least at this time) is; “Take Action on Climate Change: President Obama is taking action on one of the biggest challenges we face. Watch his message, then help to spread the news.” Then you can hear Obama address the nation on the iss ...
In January 2006, when George W. Bush was president, Pew Research Center asked Democrats how they felt about the NSA's surveillance programs. 37 percent labeled the spying "acceptable," and 61 percent said they were unacceptable. The reverse is true today, as 64 percent of Democrats believe that Barack Obama's surveillance programs are acceptable and 34 percent say they're not. More important than hypocrisy, this shows a startling trend in Americans (not just Democrats). Have we traded the ability to critically think through these issues for an allegiance to party lines? One thing is true: people in this country don't show a lack of nationalism/patriotism -- but it's clearly at a superficial level. A true patriot would have a solid grasp of the basic rights granted to them. They should be quick to notice when these rights are infringed upon. They should be firm in their own ideologies relative to these rights. Perhaps it's just that life is just so comfortable that Americans don't feel compelled to look de ...
A record 11.2 million Latinos voted in the 2012 presidential election, but Latinos’ voter turnout rate continues to lag other groups significantly, according to an analysis of new Census Bureau data by the Pew Research Center.
Pew Research Center global opinion poll: "Much of the world cheered the November 6 re-election of U.S. pres­ident Barack Obama. But the president’s honeymoon may be short lived. Disap­pointment with Obama’s first term foreign policy may chal­lenge both his popu­larity and his ability to present a positive image of the United States around the globe."
Barack Obama heads into Election Day having regained a "modest" 3-point lead over Mitt Romney, according to the final election poll by the Pew Research Center. The poll, released Sunday afternoon, gives Obama a 50-to-45 edge among likely voters after the 3 percent of undecided voters are divided bet...
MSNBC had more negative reporting about Mitt Romney than Fox News had toward Barack Obama, a new study from the Pew Research Center found. Pew's Project for Excellence in Journalism analyzed the tone of news coverage between Aug. 27 and Oct. 21 and found that both candidates overall...
Scary stuff here. As crazy as things have become, it wouldn't surprise me :( Will The Election Results Cause Massive Riots To Erupt All Over America? Michael SnyderThe Economic Collapse Oct 12, 2012 Will the most divisive campaign in modern American history culminate in massive riots in our major cities? Right now, supporters of Barack Obama and supporters of Mitt Romney are both pinning all of their hopes on a victory on November 6th. The race for the presidency is extremely tight, and obviously the side that loses is going to be extremely disappointed when the election results are finalized. But could this actually lead to violence? Could we actually see rioting in communities all over America? Well, the conditions are certainly ripe for it. A whole host of surveys over the past few years have shown that Americans are very angry and very frustrated right now. In fact, a Pew Research Center poll from late last year found that 86 percent of all Americans are either angry or frustrated with the federal gov ...
At this stage in the campaign, Barack Obama is in a strong position compared with past victorious presidential candidates. With an eight-point lead over Mitt Romney among likely voters, Obama holds a bigger September lead than the last three candidates who went on to win in November, including Obama four years ago. In elections since 1988, only Bill Clinton, in 1992 and 1996, entered the fall with a larger advantage. (Pew Research 9/19/2012) A review of Pew Research Center and Gallup favorability ratings from September finds that Romney is the only presidential candidate over the past seven election cycles to be viewed more unfavorably than favorably.
Supporters of Barack Obama hailed their candidate’s ascension to America’s highest political office as ushering in a “post-partisan presidency.” The reasoning behind this wasn’t without reason. After all, Obama had announced at his 2004 Democratic Convention keynote address, “There is not a liberal America and a conservative America—there is the United States of America,” and had promised upon his inauguration “an end to the petty grievances and false promises, the recriminations and worn-out dogmas that for far too long have strangled our politics.” But almost four years into his presidency, Barack Obama presides over a more polarized America than any the Pew Research Center has polled in its quarter century of surveying political division on 48 separate issues. President Obama failed to convince a single Republican to vote for his signature achievement, the Affordable Care Act, and garnered just a handful of GOP supporters for the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. As former Dem ...
Hispanics voted for Sens. Barack Obama and Joe Biden over Sen. John McCain and Gov. Sarah Palin by a margin of more than two-to-one according to an analysis by the Pew Hispanic Center of exit polls, with Latino youth supporting the Democratic ticket by an even wider margin.
A new Pew Research Center poll finds that voters have limited awareness of the religious faiths of both Mitt Romney and Barack Obama. And there is little evidence to suggest that concerns about the candidates’ respective faiths will have a meaningful impact in the fall elections.
Poll finds Americans still confused about Barack Obama’s religion That's down from 55% who knew Barack Obama was a Christian in October 2008. But it's up from August 2010, when only 38% got his faith right. Nearly four years after he was sent to the White House, less than half of American voters know President Obama is Christian, a new poll has found. A survey by the Pew Research Center found that only 49 percent of those polled knew Obama is Christian, while 17 percent thought he is Muslim and 31 percent said they don’t know. Surprisingly, the percentage of voters who know Obama is Christian has declined since October 2008, when 55 percent correctly identified him as Christian. It is higher, however, than in August 2010, when just 38 percent knew his faith. The poll found that the increase since 2008 was concentrated among conservative Republicans, about a third of whom think the president is Muslim. Forty-five percent of voters said they are comfortable with Obama’s religion, while 19 percent are ...
Overview With voters continuing to focus on economic issues, Barack Obama holds a slim 49% to 45% advantage over Mitt Romney in the latest Pew Research Center
President Obama delivers a speech “to the Muslim world” in Cairo on Thursday, June 4, 2009. (AP Photo)(CNSNews.com) – A strong majority of people in Egypt, 76 percent, do not want Barack Obama reelected president of the United States, according to a global survey by the Pew Research Center. The su...
Germans Increasingly Disillusioned with Obama Europeans, led by the Germans, are no longer the huge fans of President Barack Obama that they used to be. Germans were ecstatic when Barack Obama took over the keys to the White House from George W. Bush. Now, though, a new Pew Research Center survey shows that disillusionment with the US president is widespread in Germany and that Obama has not lived up to the high exp
Where is our God in all this? “If there is one thing that we learned in 2008, it’s that nothing is more powerful than millions of voices calling for change.” -- Barack Obama on Saturday at his campaign kickoff rally in Columbus, Ohio The next day, Joe Biden added his voice (more or less) to the millions calling for change in the laws that ban *** marriage. Then Monday morning, Education Secretary Arne Duncan, a Chicagoan like the president, endorsed *** marriage during an MSNBC interview. Before the week is over, it is a safe bet that other prominent members of the Obama administration--when pressed by reporters--will join the chorus. That is how a social movement builds, one public conversion at a time. What is striking from the polling on *** marriage is how rapidly attitudes have changed from passionate opposition to puzzled equivocation to growing support. According to the polling from the Pew Research Center, two thirds of all American voters opposed *** marriage in 2004. Now, just two preside ...
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