Instant Poll Archive

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

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:

Dec. 30-Jan. 16

Donald Trump, Nancy Pelosi & Robert Mueller

Who will have best 2019?

Dec. 12-29

Donald Trump, Chuck Schumer & Nancy Pelosi

The explosive White
House meeting between
Chuck, Nancy and
Donald was:

Dec. 7-11

Stock market tumbles

President Trump took
credit for the rise in
stock prices following
his election. Will investors
blame him for falling
stock prices?

Nov. 26-Dec. 6

President Trump promising Mexico will pay for the border wall

Will President Trump
shut down the government
Dec. 7 if he doesn’t get
funding for the border

Nov. 19-25

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg

Should Mark Zuckerberg
resign as Facebook CEO
for its mishandling of
“fake news” and Russin

Nov. 7-18

Donald Trump & Nancy Pelosi

Trump and Democratic
Congress will:

Oct. 30-Nov. 6

Midterm elections

Do you expect the
Democrats to take
control of the House
in this week’s election?

Oct. 23-29

President Donald Trump

President Trump has
threatened a nuclear
weapons build-up
“until other nations
come to their senses.”
His move:

Oct. 18-22

Mohammed Bin Salman

Would you advise Saudi
Arabia to cancel its
“Davos in the Desert”
conference, which kicks
off Oct. 23?

Oct. 16-17

Treasury Secy. Steve Mnuchin

High-profile execs are
dropping like flies from
Saudi “Davos in the Desert”
investment conference over
killing of WaPo contributor
Jamal Khashoggi. Should
Treasury Secy. Mnuchin
do the same?

Oct. 10-15

Internet of Things

Director of National
Intelligence Dan Coats
warns that “smart devices”
pose a threat to national
security. Should Washington
regulate the “Internet of Things?"

Sep. 27-Oct. 9

Brett Kavanaugh

Should Brett Kavanaugh
be confirmed as a Supreme
Court judge?

Sep. 18-26

Christine Blasey Ford

Should Professor Christine
Blasey Ford invite Anita Hill
to sit behind her at the hearing?

Sep. 12-17

Les Moonves

The Time’s Up group demands
that the board of CBS donate
the $120M earmarked for
former CEO Les Moonves
to groups fighting sexual

Sep. 4-11

Steve Bannon

New Yorker magazine
move to cancel former
Trump advisor Steve Bannon's
scheduled appearance at its
literary festival next month
following threats from other
headliners to withdraw is:

Aug. 23- Sep. 3

NY Times cover with Michael Cohen

Michael Cohen’s PR guru,
Lanny Davis, says his crisis
credo is “Tell it early, tell it
all, tell it yourself.” What do
you think?

Aug. 15-22

Quinnipiac Poll

A majority of Americans
believe the media are not
the enemy of the people,
says latest Quinnipiac poll.
President Trump will:

Aug. 3-14

Mike Murphy

GOP consultant Mike
Murphy says media
should scale back coverage
of Trump rallies to single
AP pool reporter to steer
clear of president bashing
press corps as "fake news."

Jul. 18-Aug. 2

Papa John's logo

Did Papa John's board
act too quickly in asking
founder John Schnatter
to step down after N-word

Jul. 14-17

Brett Kavanaugh, Donald Trump, Robert Mueller, Twitter

Who had the best PR last week?

Jul. 5-13

Bill Shine

Trump’s selection of Bill
Shine, who was ousted
from Fox for his handling
of sexual harassment claims
against company, as White
House communications
director is a:

Jun. 25-Jul. 4

WPP minus Martin Sorrell

Hedge fund investors
have made a billion-pound
bet against WPP. Do you
think the fallout from
Sir Martin’s exit warrants this?

Jun. 13-24

AT&T and Time Warner

Democratic Senator
Ed Markey called the
approval of AT&T’s
takeover of Time Warner
“an assault on consumers,
choice and innovation.”

Jun. 6-12


NYT opinion piece
points to Facebook's
questionable practices
with user data as evidence
that maybe it's time to
break it up. What do
you think?

May 30-Jun. 5

Martin Sorrell, 73,
plans to mount a comeback
by using the same 1980s
playbook that he used to
build WPP. Will he succeed?

May 21-29

Betsy McCaughey

Betsy McCaughey
writes in NY Post that
healthy people are paying
the bills of the chronically
ill. What is the answer to
zooming health costs?

May 8-20

President Trump withdraws from Iran nuclear deal

Withdrawing from the
Iran nuclear deal and
imposing tougher
sanctions on Iraq will:

Apr. 30-May 7

Michelle Wolf

Washington Post’s
Margaret Sullivan has
called for the end of
the annual White House
Correspondents’ dinner:

April 24-29


marijuana is:

Apr. 16-23

James Comey

Ousted FBI director
James Comey called
Donald Trump “morally
unfit” to be president
during his much-hyped
ABC TV interview:

Apr. 3-15

Sinclair local news anchors reciting same script

Sinclair Broadcast’s
decision to require
local anchors to deliver
scripted "fake news”
pieces will:

Mar. 21-Apr. 2

Mark Zuckerberg & Cambridge Analytica

Mark Zuckerberg
admission that Facebook
made mistakes regarding
Cambridge Analytica
mess is:

Mar. 9-20

Kim Jong 'Little Rocket Man' un & Donald Trump

The White House
now says Kim Jong un
must take “concrete
actions” before meeting
with president Trump:

Mar. 2-8

White House Communications Director Hope Hicks

Following her departure
from White House
communications director
post, Hope Hicks will:

Feb. 23-Mar. 1

National Bank of Omaha
and Enterprise car rental
have cut ties with the NRA
following the Florida high
school massacre. The moves

Feb. 14-22

John Kelly

Rate John Kelly/White
House Comms. team
handling of Rob Porter

Feb. 5-12

NYT article on Bell Pottinger's fall from grace

“Morality is a job for
priests, not PR men,”
said Tim Bell, co-founder
Bell Pottinger. NYT piece
details firm's fall from grace.

Jan. 30-Feb. 5

Cleveland Indians mascot Chief Yahoo

Following the Cleveland
Indians’ decision to retire
mascot Chief Yahoo,
will pressure force the
Washington Redskins to
follow suit?

Jan. 23-29

Facebook symbol

Facebook blog
concedes its personalized
newsfeed is ripe for
manipulation and
asks: Is social media
is good or bad for

Jan. 18-23

Trump behind the wheel

Who'll flinch in
game of chicken
over gov. shutdown?

Jan. 8-17 

Oprah Winfrey at the Golden Globes

CNN reports Oprah
Winfrey is “actively
thinking” about
running for president:

Jan. 3-7

Trump - You're Fake News

Which news medium
do you trust most?

Dec. 15, 2017 - Jan. 3, 2018

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai

FCC’s decision to
repeal "Net Neutrality"

Dec. 6-14, 2017

City of Jersusalem

Trump’s decision to
move US embassy to

Nov. 27-Dec. 5, 2017

New York Times article on Tony Hovator

The New York Times is
taking heat for the tone
and content of its 11/25
profile of Ohio-based
Tony Hovator, as the
"Nazi sympathizer next
door." The article:

Nov. 15-26, 2017

Facebook & Twitter

Is federal legislation
such as the "Honest
Ads Act a solution to
cleaning up deceptive
political advertising
on social media?

Nov. 1-14, 2017

Will President Trump
fire special counsel
Robert Mueller?

Oct. 18-31, 2017

The NFL’s TV ratings
are down due to:

Oct. 9-17, 2017

Mike Pence at Indianapolis Colts game

Mike Pence's decision
to walk out of Indianapolis
Colts football game
Sunday after some
players took a knee
during the National
Anthem was:

Sep. 28-Oct. 8, 2017

PRSA logo

Should “comms.”
replace “PR” in
“most places” in
PRSA bylaws?

Sep. 25-27, 2017

Tom Brady locks arms with teammates during National Anthem

Was it the right PR
move for the NFL and
its owners to stand
behind player protests
during the National

Sep. 20-24, 2017

Sean Hannity & Rachel Maddow

Fox News’ Sean Hannity
moves to the 9 pm time
slot next month to go
head-to-head with
MSNBC’s Rachel
Maddow. Who will
wear the ratings crown?

Sep. 7-19 2017

Department of Homeland Security

Trump's decision to
winddown DACA
will result in Congress:

Sep. 5-6, 2017

New York Daily News

Tronc buys NY Daily
News for a buck:

Aug. 30-Sep. 4, 2017


What's your opinon
on the fate of the

Aug. 25-29, 2017

Civil War

Cause of Civil War
was mostly:

Aug. 16-25, 2017

What should be done
with Confederate statues,
monuments and symbols
in public places?

Aug. 14-15, 2017

VP Mike Pence

VP Pence has blasted
media for its focus on
Trump's words after
violence in Charlottesville:

Aug. 8-13, 2017

Budweiser 'America' bottles

Belgium-based A-B
InBev's use of "America"
on Budweiser bottles
and cans is:

Aug. 1-7, 2017

Anthony Scaramucci

What happens now
that "The Mooch"
is out?

Jul. 25-Aug. 1, 2017

CenturyLInk & Debra Paterson

Does CenturyLink’s
poor image pose a
problem for PRSA?

Jul. 20-24, 2017

OJ Simpson paroled after nine years in prison

New Yorker’s Jeffrey
Toobin believes OJ Simpson,
paroled in his robbery case,
should remain in jail for
the '94 killing of Nicole
Simpson and Ron Goldman.

Jul. 11-19, 2017

Could a PR counterpart
to the Ad Council, working
with the media, turn
around the negative
view of journalism?

Jun. 26-Jul. 10, 2017

President Trump says Senate healthcare bill not "that far off" from passing

How "far off" is the
Senate Republican
health care bill from

Jun. 20-25, 2017

Sean Spicer

What should Sean
Spicer do?

Jun. 13-19, 2017

Ex-FBI directory James Comey & President Donald Trump

Who is lying?

Jun. 7-12, 2017

Former FBI Director James Comey

Comey's public

May 31-Jun. 6, 2017

CNN New Year's Eve show with Anderson Cooper & Kathy Griffin

What do you think
of CNN firing Kathy
Griffin over controversial
photo showing her
holding Donald Trump's
severed head?

May 23-30, 2017

Fox News, CNN & MSNBC

Arthur Solomon says
MSNBC, Fox News &
CNN practice "parasitic
journalism," commenting
on stories uncovered by
print publications.

May 12-22, 2017

New Yorker Magazine cover showing Jeff Sessions dragging FBI Dir. Comey off a plane as President Trump watches

What do you think
of Trump firing FBI
Dir. James Comey?

May 3-11, 2017

Anne Buchanan

What do you think
of Anne Buchanan's
call for PR pros to
'pay up' and support

Apr. 25-May 2, 2017

Wall Street Journal

If media in general
adopted the "no surprises
journalism" policy of
the WSJ would it help
restore public and business
trust in journalism?

Apr. 19-24, 2017

Fox News is parting ways with Bill O'Reilly

How will Bill O'Reilly's
ouster affect Fox News?

Apr. 17-19, 2017

Video of bloodied United Airlines passenger removed from plane

What will be the end
result of the United
flight fiasco?

Apr. 13-16, 2017

Who's having the
toughest PR week?

Apr. 4-12, 2017

The O'Reilly Factor starring Bill O'Reilly

Should Fox News'
Bill O'Reilly stay mum
after NY Times story
on his alleged sexual
misconduct and $13M

Mar. 27-Apr. 3, 2017

How actively engaged
with social media are
you for your work?

Mar. 8-22, 2017

American Health Care Act

What's the fate of
the American
Health Care Act?

Feb. 22-Mar. 7, 2017

Affordable Care Act

Who's winning the PR
war on the Affordable
Care Act?

Feb. 14-21 , 2017

The White House

How do you rate the
Trump administration's
PR so far?

Jan. 30-Feb. 13, 2017

Trump signs an executive order

President Trump’s
executive order on
immigration is:

Jan. 20-29, 2017

Donald Trump takes oath

The Trump
will be:

Jan. 13-19, 2017

Mike Paul

Mike Paul says not
enough minorities
have high PR posts:

Jan. 4-12, 2017

Rene Henry urges
liberal arts for PR,
J careers: