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Done. They ask for a political party when they seem to ask for political orientation. And it's funny that "zero" is not the low end of the range for a couple of the questions.
Wish they'd allowed percentages of 5% in that ranking/influence question for media.And Time lucked out! It got listed twice!Funny: We get around 30 mags delivered here a month, but relatively few of them were included on the list. On any survey like this, I always find it interesting to see which periodicals get selected as benchmarks of various types. Can you believe that even as far back as 1981 or '82, there were whole college courses on this? I know, because I took one.Anyway, done.
I filled it in off of another blog. Listed Althouse along with a half dozen progressive blogs I read regularly. Variety is the spice of life.
It's a minor thing, but that was a pretty lengthy survey. It might have been nice if it ended with a thank you page instead of an ad for blogads. Oh well, happy to do it.
Speaking of polls, back in December you wrote, Bush at 50% approval.The Rasmussen poll has Bush at a 50% approval rating, up 6 points since last Sunday. (Via Instapundit.) Well, I guess Americans approve of spying on the enemy a lot more than some folks seem to have figured.....With his current 34% approval rating, what does your logic tell you about the public approval of warrantless spying?
Done -- and I hammered you.Thanks for the chance!
Q: I think it says more about the ports issue ... and, bye the bye, the inchoate fears into which that plays.
My point is that even back then the 50% was not indicative of how the public felt about warrantless illegal spying of American citizens. I do agree that right now the 34% is due to the ports, and the illegal spying, and Iraq's civil war, and Katrina, and the economy, and the Killer VP, and Osama Bin Laden's new tapes, and Afghanistan worsening, and Bush being insane enough to put a wreath on Mahatma Gandhi's grave, and Jack Abramoff, and corruption by Washington Republicans and their Lobbyists, and Tom Delay, and Duke Cunningham, and his firing the 32 scientists before he rehired the 32 scientists, and Terri Schiavo, and calling for a vote in Palestine when it was clear that Hamas would win, and letting the 24 year old resume liar be put in charge of NASA scientists PR statements, and telling everyone, "hey, uh, we're addicted to oil, we are oil addicters", and lying about being told beforehand that the levees in New Orleans would collapse, and the lying about Global Warming, and the ice shelves disappearing, and...Yeah, I agree it is about the inchoate fears of the ports.Say, uh, is this bloggy thing doing weird things to firefox users today?
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