Instant Poll Archive

Sep. 24- Oct. 10

President Donald Trump

Should Donald Trump
be impeached?


Sep. 18-23

Hong Kong protesters

Would you work for
Hong Kong to help
overcome "negative
perceptions" triggered
by the government’s
crackdown on
pro-democracy protests?


Sep. 12-17

Richard Edelman, Mark Read & John Wren

Should CEOs lobby Congress
on behalf of tougher gun
control measures?


Aug. 25-Sep. 11

Indianapolis Colts
QB Andrew Luck’s
decision to retire at
29 at the height of his
game due to injuries
sustained over the years
shows:


Aug. 16-25

Trump speaks at rally

Trump said 8/15:
"You have no choice
but to vote for me
because your 401(k)'s
down the tubes.
Everything is going
to be down the tubes.
So whether you love
me or hate me, you've
got to vote for me."


Aug. 2-15

Immigration Detention Center

Jul. 30 NYT article
details Edelman’s decision
to drop work for GEO Group,
which runs immigration
detention centers, after
pressure from employees.


Jul. 19-Aug. 1

Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y.; Ilhan Omar, D-Minn.; Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass.; and Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich.

Are Trump’s racist attack
on the so-called “squad”
of progressive Democrats
a winning campaign strategy?


Jul. 9-18

Eric Swalwell

California Congessman
Eric Swalwell has dropped
out of the race for the
Democratic presidential
nomination. Who among
the better-known candidates
will be next to call it quits?


Jun. 28-Jul. 9

Democratic Debate

Who “won" the first
round of the Democratic
debates?


Jun. 13-27

News Corp Gen Counsel David Pitofsky

David Pitofsky, News Corp gen.
counsel, says Facebook & Google
have “financially dis-incentivized
news orgs from investing in
investigative reporting.


May 30-Jun. 12

FleishmanHillard CEO John Saunders

Bayer’s suspension of FH over
the firm compiling a dossier
of about 200 who expressed
health concerns about
Monsanto's Roundup weed
killer is:


May 24-30

President Trump in Rose Garden

President Trump has
decided he won’t negotiate
with Democrats until they
drop probes. How will he
spend free time?


May 9-23

Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes

Facebook co-founder
Chris Hughes argues in a
New York Times op-ed
that it is time to break up
the social media giant.


Apr. 25-May 8

Joe Biden

What do you think of
76-year-old Joe Biden’s
decision to seek the
Democratic presidential
nomination?


Apr. 11-24

Julian Assange

Reporters Without Borders
calls for UK to protect the
role of journalism by rejecting
US request to extradite Julian Assange:


Apr. 1-10

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook CEO Mark
Zuckerberg has called
for governments and
regulators to exert more
control over the Internet:


Mar. 19-31

Senator Elizabeth Warren

Sen. Elizabeth Warren
wants to split up tech
giants like Facebook
and Amazon:


Mar. 6-18

DNC Chairman Tom Perez

The DNC has banned Fox
from televising its upcoming
presidential candidate
debates because it believes
the network is a propaganda
weapon for President Trump:


Feb. 27-Mar. 5

Michael Cohen testifies

Will the American public
trust the testimony of
convicted liar Michael Cohen?


Feb. 19-26

Amazon & New York City

Who’s the biggest loser
in Amazon/New York City split?


Feb. 7-18

New York Post: Virginia is for Losers

Who will be the first
to resign?

Gov. Norham: __%
Lt. Gov. Fairfax: __%
Attorney General Herring: __%
Nobody: __%


Feb. 4-6

Sens. Bernie Sanders & Chuck Schumer

Sens. Bernie Sanders
and Chuck Schumer
plan to introduce a bill
to limit corporate stock
buybacks.


Jan. 28-Feb. 3

Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz

An independent presidential
run by former Starbucks CEO
Howard Schultz will:


Jan. 17-27

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Media superstar Congresswoman
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez will: