That seems to be the question being asked with dismay by our friends at the Chestertown Spy. Why are only 20% of Americans between the ages of 32 and 52 concerned about climate change? Perhaps it’s because people over the age of 30 have acquired enough wisdom to understand that global climate has historically run in cycles and that every time we have a hot summer or a cold winter it isn’t because of a right-wing capitalist plot to destroy our environment? Perhaps it’s because climate change advocates keep getting caught promoting “science” that defies common sense or that those same “scientists” seem more concerned with promoting an agenda than finding the truth?
BALTIMORE, MD – Marylanders for Marriage Equality, a group advocating for gay marriage in Maryland, has released a poll claiming that 57% of Marylanders now support same-sex marriage. The Baltimore Sun’s Annie Liskey explains the flaws in the poll’s methodology. The 57% represents Marylanders who “definitely” or “probably” support gay marriage.
WASHINGTON – Despite a widening gap between former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney among likely GOP primary voters, Romeny continues to poll better than Gingrich against President Barack Obama.
A FOXNews poll released yesterday shows Gingrich with a 13 point lead over Romney among primary voters. However, that same poll shows Romney in a statistical dead heat with Obama (44% Obama vs. 42% Romney). Gingrich’s spread is wider – polling 40% vs. 46% for the President.
Approximately 25% of self-identified “Independent” voters are undecided in both match-ups.