Category Archives: Polling

Another dubious interpretation of Gallup’s survey on abortion

By Dave Andrusko As we’ve explained before Gallup annually conducts what it calls its “Values and Beliefs poll” which it then mines for the rest of the year. Each subsequent post builds on the previous one[s], sometimes

Pew rehashes (and again garbles) latest abortion numbers

By Dave Andrusko “Progressives,” for all practical purposes uniformly pro-abortion, like to recycle Pew Research’s reports on abortion which are universally misleading. That includes on the public’s thoughts on reversing Roe v. Wade and the abortion views

Latest Gallup numbers very encouraging for pro-lifers

By Dave Andrusko If memory serves me right, it is usually around the beginning of May that Gallup conducts with it calls its annual Values and Beliefs survey. The results trickle out over the next couple of

British abortion activists conveniently ignore latest poll, falsely insist public supports decriminalization of abortion

SPUC's Communications Officer Alithea Williams

Editor’s note. This post comes from SPUC–The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children and is reposted with permission. Abortion campaigners have launched a new campaign encouraging parliamentary candidates to sign a pledge committing to support the decriminalization

Marist Poll shows strong support for justices who will interpret Constitution as originally written

By Dave Andrusko For wholly understandable reasons, one of the most “liked” posts of 2017 was titled,” New Knights of Columbus Poll finds strong support for ban on abortions after 20 weeks and vigorous opposition to tax-funded

New Knights of Columbus Poll finds strong support for ban on abortions after 20 weeks and vigorous opposition to tax-funded abortions

By Dave Andrusko The latest Marist survey taken for the Knights of Columbus reveals that 59% of Americans support a ban on abortions after 20 weeks, except to save the life of the mother. Only 35% oppose

Pro-Life Rep. Paul Ryan Re-elected Speaker of the House

Speaker of the House Pro-life Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and National Right to Life President Carol Tobias

Pro-life work in 2016 elections paying dividends for unborn babies By Karen Cross, National Right to Life political director Pro-life Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) has been overwhelmingly reelected as Speaker of the House. Pro-life Sen. Mitch McConnell

Fake News: Pew Poll on abortion once again absurdly inaccurate

By Dave Andrusko There has been approximately one gazillion stories of late about “fake news.” There are almost as many ways to define it as there are accounts lamenting it. But whatever the newest iterations of false

Latest Rasmussen Report find highest percentage since 2014 who say abortion is morally wrong

By Dave Andrusko Rasmussen Reports rarely, if ever, finds the same level of pro-life support as, say, Gallup. So it is not surprising that the results of a new Rasmussen survey, released today, “finds that 52% of

The importance of an “outlier” poll in explaining how and why Donald Trump could win

By Dave Andrusko The headline suggests both the ambiguity and what the reporter might prefer: “The moment of truth arrives for the USC/L.A. Times tracking poll.” The Los Angeles Times’ David Lauter is referring to his newspaper’s

Closing thoughts on Elections 2016

By Dave Andrusko I am writing this just before noon on Election Day. Here are two last-minute thoughts I’d like to share. I trust you have voted or will before the day is done. First, over the

Trump and Clinton tied, but Clinton losing battle of enthusiasm and honesty/trustworthiness

By Dave Andrusko In six days the most topsy turvy election of my lifetime will end, culminating in the election of our 45th President. Naturally, we will continue to post daily updates on the electoral lay of