The votes are in. They’ve been tallied. And there’s a new winner. According to the latest Gallup Poll, more Americans now consider themselves conservative (40%) than moderate (36%), or liberal (20%). Two recent Rasmussen Polls demonstrate important trends as well: 59% of Americans are angrier now than during the Bush presidency and 58% of Americans believe politics had an influence on the awarding of this year’s Nobel Peace Prize. These polls suggest that, finally, America is beginning to come to its senses. Thank God.
However, these polls suggest something more subtle though nevertheless vital with regard to America’s future – the power of party affiliation.
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