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Gallup: North Dakota Is The 4th Most Republican State

Gallup: North Dakota Is The 4th Most Republican State

“Gallup’s analysis of political party affiliation at the state level in 2015 finds that 20 states are solidly Republican or leaning Republican, compared with 14 solidly Democratic or leaning Democratic states,” the polling service reports. That’s big news for Republicans. “This is the first time in Gallup’s eight years of tracking partisanship by state that


Why Democrats Aren’t Likely To Gain Ground In North Dakota This Year

After a negative post about the NDGOP’s dismal 2014 fundraising, I suppose I should give Republicans a pick-me-up, so here it is. According to theĀ Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index, North Dakota is tops in the nation. “More than 178,000 interviews nationwide fueled the 2013 analysis, which examined Americansā€™ perceptions on topics such as physical and emotional health,

Half a Tank

North Dakota Leads States In Percentage Of Population Working

A couple of days ago Gallup released numbers showing North Dakota tops among states in that organization’s Job Creation Index. Now Gallup has another report out, this time measuring the payroll-to-population rate. “Gallup’s P2P metric tracks the percentage of the adult population aged 18 and older that is employed full time for an employer for


“Those who are familiar with the healthcare law are significantly more likely to oppose it”

Almost from the day Obamacare was shoved through Congress by a Democrat supermajority, the left has explained away the law’s poor approval ratings by suggesting that the more Americans get to know it the more they’ll like it. President Obama and his allies have even suggested that eventually the law’s critics would stop calling it


Obamacare Convincing Americans That Government Shouldn’t Promote Health Coverage

This trend line from Gallup is all the more impressive when you consider the context that goes along with the major shift it illustrates. As Democrats proposed, fought for, passed and implemented Obamacare Americans have become less convinced that health care coverage ought to be something the government concerns itself with. Here’s the partisan breakdown,