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December 5, 2007 | Janet Hook, Times Staff Writer
Mike Huckabee, the ascendant Republican presidential candidate in Iowa, is enjoying a surge of support across the country -- and Rudolph W. Giuliani seems to be paying the biggest price, a Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg poll has found. Huckabee has pulled into second place, close behind Giuliani, in the national survey of Republican-leaning voters.
May 3, 2004 | From Bloomberg News
Crude oil futures in New York may decline this week, according to a Bloomberg News survey of 42 traders and analysts, after a rally last week boosted prices 2.5%. "Gasoline and crude oil have had a tremendous build-up on factors that have been well known for months, which is a setup for a massive fall," said Tim Evans, senior energy analyst with New York-based researcher IFR Markets.
January 31, 2006
Re "Bush's Ratings Sink, but Trust Remains," Jan. 27 The 9/11 attacks happened on President Bush's watch. Bush invaded Afghanistan supposedly to get rid of Al Qaeda and capture or kill Osama bin Laden. Bush failed because he and his cohorts of the Greedy Oil Party decided to take Iraq's oil instead of finishing the job in Afghanistan. The results? Tens of thousands of innocent Iraqis dead and hundreds of thousands injured, thousands of our own dead and tens of thousands injured, hundreds of millions of people newly turned against us, and hundreds of billions of dollars of our national wealth gone.
December 15, 2006
Re "Bush warns he won't be rushed on plans for Iraq," Dec. 14 With an average of two Americans and 100 Iraqis dying every day in Iraq, President Bush has stubbornly chosen to wait two or three more weeks before deciding how to proceed with a war that he has been leading for the last three years. It is appalling that one human being can have such a negative effect on so many people around the world. Bush will hold a very high position in the pantheon of failed presidents. BRYAN HAYS Saugus It appears that Bush's "listening tour" included only those voices that corroborate his failed Iraq strategy.
December 23, 2006
Re "First things first," editorial, Dec. 17 The Times claims that Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) must overcome "qualms among liberals about her move to the center on several fronts, including the war in Iraq." However, the Dec. 13 Times/Bloomberg poll shows that 52% of Americans support a "fixed timetable" for withdrawal from Iraq, a position Clinton has consistently rejected in favor of a more hawkish stance. Because the majority favors a fixed timetable, it logically follows that the median or centrist position on Iraq is one in support of a fixed timetable.
August 4, 2006
Re "Most Back Israel, Split on U.S. Role," Times/Bloomberg Poll, Aug. 3 The poll confirms what many people suspect: Most Americans are ignorant of what is really going on. Let me first say that I believe Hezbollah was wrong to cross the Israeli border and kidnap soldiers. However, the remark comparing lobbing rockets from Mexico into the United States with what Hezbollah is doing does not really tell it as it is. In the current war, it was Israel that started lobbing rockets into Lebanon.
April 11, 2007 | Doyle McManus Times Staff Writer, Times Staff Writer
Most Americans believe Atty. Gen. Alberto R. Gonzales should resign because of the controversy over his office's firing of federal prosecutors, and a big majority want White House aides to testify under oath about the issue, the Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg Poll has found. The survey, conducted Thursday through Monday, found that 53% said Gonzales should step down because he claimed he had no role in the dismissals of eight U.S.
November 16, 2011 | By Michael A. Memoli
Iowa's Republican governor sent a warning to Mitt Romney on Wednesday: Don't write off the Hawkeye State. Terry Branstad, a former four-term governor who returned to office this year, said at a forum hosted by Politico that the GOP front-runner is "making a big mistake" by favoring other states to his. "I mean, Romney is dropping in the polls and I think he thinks that he wants to keep down expectations, you know. Well, his expectations may get really bad if he doesn't get a little more serious," Branstad said, according to Politico . "I know Romney is putting his focus in New Hampshire, but if he gets clobbered here - if he comes in not in the top three but say fourth or fifth - I think that really damages his campaign on the national [level]
November 18, 2011 | By James Oliphant
Newt Gingrich is riding a wave that has yet to show signs of cresting. And now one poll says that he's within striking distance of Mitt Romney in New Hampshire, the one state that Romney was thought to have locked down. The poll, taken on behalf of the New Hampshire Journal, for GOP pollster Magellan, shows Gingrich and Romney in a statistical dead heat in support from likely primary voters, with Romney two percentage points in front of the surging former House speaker 29 % to 27 % Magellan, a Republican pollster, conducted the poll using automated calls, which is considered to be less reliable than live interviews, but the results could serve to jolt Romney from any sense of security he may have had about a clear path in the Granite State.
June 29, 2006 | Doyle McManus, Times Staff Writer
All year long, in speeches and briefings and visits to factories and shops, President Bush and his aides have tried to convince Americans that the economy is in good shape -- and that the president deserves some credit for that. That effort is not making much headway, a Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg poll has found. Americans are closely divided on whether the economy is in good shape, with 50% saying it is doing well and 47% saying it is doing badly, the poll found.
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