A mere 15 percent of Americans believe that the United States and its allies are winning the war against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, according to a recent Rasmussen Reports poll. Almost three times as many Americans (42 percent) consider ISIS to have the upper-hand.
No surprise there.
Republican Gov. Nathan Deal has distanced himself from democratic opponent Jason Carter with a six-point lead, the largest surge to-date according to a recent Rasmussen Reports poll.
Another reason to homeschool?
Americans stand with Israel, but does Obama and the media?
David Coleman, current president of the College Board and lead architect of Common Core State Standards, has been accused of “inculcating a negative view of American history” in his proposed advanced placement curriculum.
The number of Americans who believe the United States is winning the War on Terror is waning fast. According to a new Rasmussen Reports poll, confidence has deteriorated to its lowest point in ten years.
And the winner is...
Americans side with SCOTUS
Parents with school-aged children have a growing disdain for the Common Core State Standards, a new Rasmussen report found.
Fifty-three percent believe coverage quality will decline because of Obamacare. This is the highest percentage recorded in the last three years.
America spends $11,000 on education spending per student. This hefty price tag ranks the U.S. at fifth internationally for spending per studen
No one seems to be buying the president’s claim that Obamacare “is working and will work into the future.”