A year into the Trump administration, the latest Fox News Poll finds an uptick in political activity among registered voters, with Democrats leading the charge. The poll, released Thursday, asked voters to think about their “political activity since the 2016 presidential election.” Here’s what they say:• Thirty-five percent “contacted a public official,” (up 2 percentage points since the question was first asked in February 2017).
With recreational use of marijuana now legal in nine states plus Washington D.C., the latest Fox News Poll finds a record number of voters nationally favor legalization. The poll shows 59 percent of voters support legalizing marijuana. That’s up from 51 percent in 2015, and 46 percent in 2013 (the first time this question was asked on a Fox News Poll). In addition, only 26 percent favored making “smoking marijuana” legal in 2001.
Published October 27, 2017 By Victoria Balara, FOXBusinessThe National Football League is taking some hits these days. A new Fox News Poll finds that since 2013, the leagueâ€™s favorable rating has dropped 18 points.Today, 46 percent of voters have a positive view of the N.F.L. while 41 percent view it negatively.
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