A plurality of Americans, 41 percent, think the levels of immigration should decrease, according to a Gallup poll.According to the poll, 33 percent say immigration should stay at its current level, and 22 percent say it should increase.
Arizona has a relatively high number of people dissatisfied with the state's air quality.In the latest Gallup poll, 77 percent of Arizonans say they are satisfied with the air quality, but that's one of the lowest levels of satisfaction in the country.
Arizonans are not big on charity.That's according to the last Gallup poll comparing the states, which found that only 26 percent of Arizonans said they'd donated money and volunteered their time in the last month -- tied for the third-lowest rate in the nation.
A survey of nearly 200 U.S. metro areas shows people in Tucson and Prescott aren't exactly the happiest about the city they live in.According to a Gallup poll, no metro area was full of people who hate where they live, as the least-satisfied city in America still had the approval of nearly 73 percen ... More >>
Uninsured Republicans may be willing to pay the Obamacare fine instead of buying health insurance just because they're Republicans, a Gallup poll indicates.If true, it makes a lot of sense why a state like Arizona, which has one of the highest rates of uninsured people in the nation, also has a rela ... More >>
We can't tell you precisely why several U.S. senators, including Jeff "Pond Scum" Flake, voted against a bill aimed at expanding background checks for gun purchases. Sure, the powerful NRA likely had some influence. But how could anyone vote against something that 90 percent of Americans want? One ... More >>
Phoenix is the unlikely capital of Christian hip-hop leading to the not-so-immortal question, Who Would Jesus Diss?
Chuck Carlson and his disciples are taking it to the streets, demanding that pro-life churches practice what they preach and condemn war in Iraq
New Times' exclusive interview with the Preserves arsonist generates passionate response