Gay men’s edition.
Gay men’s edition.
You gotta fight for your right to Potter.
It’d be mice to know!
Find out if you and your S.O. are total weirdos.
Do you pee before, after, or — god forbid — during the movie?
Piensa bien, estas cosas se dan solo una vez en la vida.
Take the BuzzFeed poll and settle the debate once and for all.
This is the hardest decision you’ll have to make this Halloween.
A poll found 53% of Americans now have an unfavorable opinion of the Affordable Care Act — the largest percentage in the survey’s four-year history.
As Labour’s programme starts to take shape, it’s becoming clear the public are significantly more ‘red’ on some issues than the Labour leader is.
The Deputy Prime Minister is the hottest ticket in town. And quite a good cook.
Nearly three-fourths of Americans think big government is a bigger threat to the future of the country than big business or big labor, according to Gallup.
Public Policy Polling’s annual holiday poll comes out tomorrow. An exclusive first-look given to BuzzFeed shows Americans are pretty divided over Santa’s race, 40% of Americans said they believe in Santa Claus, many Americans believe the “War on Christmas” is real, and more people think Santa is a Democrat than a Republican.
In a recent survey, Facebook ranks behind the IRS, Google, and even the NSA.
According to this, Bradley Cooper has the best hair in the world. Here’s evidence otherwise.
Democrats have put the tough Senate primary behind them, a new PPP poll finds. Ed Markey’s up seven over Gabriel Gomez, according to the poll sponsored by the League of Conservation Voters.
A new survey finds most Americans think corporate leaders should keep their opinions to themselves. MTV and News Corp. are rated most partisan.
Most Americans also say the would rather have Oprah manage their money than the federal government.
It took the president a looong time to cast his ballot.
Texas paper, Round Rock Leader, published the results of a poll which asked readers who they would vote for today, Romney or Obama. The top answer: “No.”
The only good news for Obama out of Florida today is that more people want him out of the White House than want Romney in it.
His relationship with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been rocky, but Israelis seem to be warming to him. At least, they prefer him to Mitt, Newt, and Rick.
The latest Quinnipiac University national poll reveals the extent of the bleeding.
Crowd size doesn’t match poll support.
This analysis from the bipartisan firm Purple Strategies makes the case that Obama is on the Reagan trajectory going into reelection. With Obama making significant gains among independents, it’s certainly a plausible argument.
The Wall Street Journal suggested today that an automated poll question about Biden could mean he’s getting dropped. Not so, says a top party official.
According to exit polls, Romney overwhelmingly lost the 60 percent of South Carolina voters who said the religious beliefs of candidates matter somewhat or a great deal, garnering only 19 percent of their support. Among the 40 percent of voters who said religious beliefs don’t matter as much or don’t matter at all, Romney won a healthy plurality (39 percent).
Focused on the economy, the hair’s still perfect. If they can’t stop him here, they can’t stop him.
Normally voters are screwed by politicians, not each other. Seriously though, between this and the Medvedev Girls, Russian politics are turning into an episode of “Entourage” that has nuclear capabilities.