Polls

New Poll Finds Highest Support Ever for Weed Legalization

A majority of Republican voters favor legal marijuana. Sadly, a majority of Republicans in Congress remain opposed.

As American Attitudes Become More Liberal, Even Republicans Favor Pot Legalization

A slight majority of Republicans for the first time joined lopsided majorities of Democrats and independents to support legal cannabis.

Why Henry Ford's Most Famous Quote Is Dead Wrong

If Ford had asked people what they wanted, would they really have said 'faster horses?'

Modernize U.S. Politics? Here are 3 Ways Tech Companies Can Help.

Americans pay their bills on their smartphones, but still have to stand in line to vote. What's up with that?

The Problem With Polls Isn't the Lies Respondents May Tell

The real deal-breaker with surveys is bad questions. Here's how to collect customer data that will yield honest results.

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