USConstitution.net 2006 Survey Results
This site has conducted an unscientific survey on various issues since July of 1998. The results, while interesting in most cases, are to be taken with a grain of salt - the results can easily be skewed by an individual or group of individuals; the sample is, by nature, not representative (because it consists only of Web users who visit my site and bother to view the survey page and submit an opinion).
This page includes results from 2006. For results from other years, please go to the Main Results Page.
Question 101, December 2006 The Iraq Study Group will suggest that the United States begin a "gradual pullback" of troops from Iraq. How long do you think the United States will have an active military presence in Iraq?
Question 100, November 2006 With the Democratics regaining control of the Congress, the President's agenda will be harder to get through Congress. What do you think the next session of Congress will bring? (Note: this survey question was not put in place until November 8.)
Question 99, October 2006 What party will get your vote for the House of Representatives in the upcoming election? (Note: this survey question was extended through to November 7).
Question 98, September 2006 Iran has again defied UN calls for it to stop its uranium enrichment program, a program it says is for peaceful means but which the rest of the world fears will lead to a weapons program. What should the U.S. do about Iran?
Question 97, August 2006 In July 2006, President Bush issued his first veto, killing a bill that would have allowed unused frozen embryos to be donated to science for use in creating stem cell lines. Stem cell research promises to help a wide range of diseases, but critics claim that the use of embryonic human tissue for any research is immoral. What do you think?
Question 96, July 2006 Each July, this survey will be offered, allowing us to track, over time, the political persuasion of our visitors. Questions are asked about party affiliation as well as economic and social ranking on a scale of 1 to 9 (1 being very conservative and 9 being very liberal).
Notable "Other" parties: Freedom, Democratic Farmer-Labor, Confederate, American Nazi, New Republic
Question 95, June 2006 National polls are showing President George Bush's approval rating at all-time lows. How satisfied are you with the overall job the President is doing?
Question 94, May 2006 Less than five years after the September 11, 2001, attacks, "United 93," about the events on the airplane that crashed into the Pennsylvania countryside, has been released. Though this is not the first feature-length film about the event, it is the first major studio release. Some are upset about the film being released at all. What do you think?
Question 93, April 2006 Only once in U.S. history, in 1834, has the Senate censured a President. Senator Russell Feingold has proposed a censure motion against President George Bush for his domestic spying program. As a Senator, how would you vote?
Question 92, March 2006 What is your opinion of the Bush Adminstration's handling of the Katrina recovery and the Iraq war?
|Iraq||Extremely Satisfied||Satisfied||Neutral||Dissatisfied||Extremely Dissatisfied|
|Katrina||256 19.97%||187 14.59%||71 05.54%||90 07.02%||678 52.89%|
|Extremely Satisfied||191 14.90%||160 12.48%||24 01.87%||5 00.39%||0 00.00%||2 00.16%|
|Satisfied||230 17.94%||77 06.01%||123 09.59%||14 01.09%||8 00.62%||8 00.62%|
|Neutral||104 08.11%||15 01.17%||28 02.18%||32 02.50%||11 00.86%||18 01.40%|
|Dissatisfied||139 10.84%||3 00.23%||7 00.55%||11 00.86%||34 02.65%||84 06.55%|
|Extremely Dissatisfied||618 48.21%||1 00.08%||5 00.39%||9 00.70%||37 02.89%||566 44.15%|
Question 91, February 2006 What is your opinion of the Administration's terrorist surveillance program, which uses warrantless wiretaps to listen in on some Americans' overseas telephone conversations?
Question 90, January 2006 What troop level do you think the United States will have in Iraq at the end of 2006?