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Scott Rasmussen - The People's Money

Scott Rasmussen



Jan 20, 2022
53 Percent of Voters Are Confident In Elections
Fifty-three percent of voters are confident that American elections are conducted in a manner that ensures all votes are counted and that the proper winners are declared in each election.


Jan 19, 2022
80 Percent Want Voters to Show Photo ID Before Casting a Ballot
A Scott Rasmussen national survey found that 85% also favor a requirement for states to clean voter rolls by removing people who have died or moved from the voter registration lists.


Jan 13, 2022
55 Percent of Voters Know of Local Businesses Unable to Hire Enough Workers
Fifty-five percent of voters know of local businesses that are unable to hire as many workers as they need. A Scott Rasmussen national survey found that 24% do not know of any such businesses in their area while 20% are not sure.


Jan 12, 2022
Poll: 57 Percent Favor Making Trump Tax Cuts Permanent
A Scott Rasmussen national survey found that 24% are opposed and 19% are not sure.


Jan 11, 2022
Most Voters: Loss of Education Opportunities Bigger Threat to Kids Than COVID
Fifty-three percent of voters believe the loss of educational opportunities from shutting down schools is a bigger threat to children than the possibility of getting COVID.


Jan 6, 2022
84% of Voters: Public Schools Should Teach Truth About Slavery
Eighty-four percent (84%) of voters believe public schools should teach the truth about slavery. At the same time, a Scott Rasmussen national survey found that 81% believe public schools should teach that America was founded on the ideals of freedom.


Jan 5, 2022
59 Percent: Those Vaccinated but Hesitant to Reengage Soci?ally Hurt Economy
Republicans, by a 3-to-1 margin, believe national leaders should encourage the vaccinated but hesitant to reengage socially.


Jan 4, 2022
71 Percent of Voters: Parents Should Play Big Role in Curriculum
Seventy-one percent of voters believe parents should play a significant role in the curriculum development process. A Scott Rasmussen national survey found that 23% disagree and 7% are not sure.

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