Here's a first glance at some the findings we've noticed first.
The PA Democratic senate primary race is very interesting. Poll respondents gave Bob Casey, who has spent over $3 million on his campaign, 47% to Rick Santorum's 37%. This is very consistent with the Keystone polls finding of 47%.
Alan Sandals who reportedly spent close to $500,000 on television advertising, received 43% to Santorum's 43%.
Chuck Pennacchio, who has raised a total of under $100,000, but who reports having built a grassroots base of 6,000 supporters statewide, received 45% to Santorum's 43%.
The 2004 Election Was Stolen; That's the opinion of a majority of viewers of every news network except Fox News Viewers. We've devoted a whole article to this, exploring who the Fox viewers are.
Electronic voting: 10% support electronic only. 87% want paper or electronic with paper.
63% disagree that the president has the right to use military force against Iran without the support of congress. 32% agree.
66% agree that a woman should have the right to chose an abortion. 28% oppose.
72% agree that health insurance should cover birth control pills (it's usually easier to get health insurance to pay for an abortion than birth control pills.) 22% disagree, and don't want health insurance to pay for birth control pills. (This is the real agenda of many anti-abortion pro-lifers. They want to end women's control of their bodies at all levels.) If you take the 28% opposing abortion and calculate the 22% who oppose coverage of birth control pills, that works out to 79% of anti-abortion activists also oppose birth control pill coverage by insurers.
53% want oil companies to be subjected to a windfall profits tax. 38% oppose the tax.
56% say congress should bring back taxes to the top two percent of income earners.
72% support election financing requiring that all eligible candidates should get a fixed amount of money to spend on their campaigns to prevent influence buying. 22% support allowing candidates to raise asmuch money as they want from individuals, industry and corporations.