Two polls released this week but Democrat Fred DuVal down, but not out, against Republican Doug Ducey in the race for Arizona governor. One poll puts DuVal down 1 percentage point, and the other puts him down 5 percentage points, which, in current times, qualifies as good news for a Democrat runnin ... More >>
Despite three previous polls showing a virtual tie between gubernatorial candidates Fred DuVal and Doug Ducey, the latest poll puts Ducey up 10 percentage points on DuVal. This latest poll from the New York Times, CBS News, and YouGov shows 47 percent of the voters picking the Republican Ducey, and ... More >>
Another poll of the race for governor shows a tie between Republican Doug Ducey and Democrat Fred DuVal. This poll released this week by the New York Times, CBS News, and YouGov is now the third poll since the primary election to show a tie between Ducey and DuVal.
The race to become Arizona's next governor is tied, according to the second poll on the race released in the last week. The latest poll comes from Rasmussen Reports has Republican Doug Ducey and Democrat Fred Duval tied at 40 percent each, based on interviews with 850 likely Arizona voters.
According to poll results released yesterday by Rasmussen Reports, 11 percent of U.S. voters think that "people who want to secure the border and prevent illegal immigration" are racist.An additional 22 percent said they didn't know if these people are racist.See also:-Poll: One-Third of Voters Not ... More >>
Good news for people who talk up their desire for the country to "secure the border" and try to prevent illegal immigration -- most American voters don't think you're racist.The problem is, according to poll results, that still leaves one-third of American voters who still think you might be racist.
In April, Arizona State University's Morrison Institute released a poll showing the race between President Obama and GOP nominee Mitt Romney in Arizona was essentially a "toss up."Every poll since then pretty much shows the prez getting smoked.According to the two latest polls in the Obama/Romney Ar ... More >>
See also: Obama Winning Arizona: Not as Dumb of an Idea as People ThoughtIn April, Arizona State University's Morrison Institute released a poll showing the race between President Obama and GOP nominee Mitt Romney in Arizona was essentially a "toss up."The thought of Obama winning Arizona -- which t ... More >>
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney leads ex-U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania Rick Santorum by a mere three percentage points as they and other Republican candidates speed toward Arizona's GOP presidential primary, just one week away. This, according to a survey just released by the North Caroli ... More >>
Sultans of falsehoods: Man, is Bill O'Reilly looking old these days, or what?The lefty Think Progress Web site has addressed an absurd, nativist shibboleth that I've heard kicking around the conservanut echo chamber lately: The lie that SB 1070, Arizona's new "papers please" legislation, is actually ... More >>
Actor Danny Glover (center) at today's presser with Mayor Gordon (right) and Pastor Stewart (left)Acclaimed actor Danny Glover, known for his role as Mel Gibson's cop sidekick in the Lethal Weapon film series as well as for his Emmy-nominated role in the TV movie Mandela, joined Mayor Phil Gordon to ... More >>
In the 24-hour news cycle, it can be difficult to keep up. We have the solution. Check back on Valley Fever every evening for highlights from each of New Times' blogs. Today's entries: Feathered Bastard: Rasmussen Reports 60 Percent of the (White) Electorate Support Racial Profiling, the ... More >>
In the 24-hour news cycle it can be difficult to keep up. We have the solution. Check back on Valley Fever every evening for highlights from each of New Times' blogs. Today's entries: Feathered Bastard: Joe Arpaio Best in Field Against Terry Goddard for Governor's Race Rasmussen Reports Up ... More >>
Could J.D. eat McCain's lunch? The Rasmussen poll suggests that it's a possibility.A new Rasmussen Reports poll just out shows KFYI lip-flapper and former congressman J.D. Hayworth in a dead heat with U.S. Senator John McCain for the 2010 GOP primary nod. Hayworth is within the 4 percent margin of e ... More >>