POLL DU JOUR

The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

64 per­cent of Amer­i­cans say the na­tion is on the wrong track.

54 per­cent agree that the eco­nomic and po­lit­i­cal sys­tems in the U.S. are “stacked against peo­ple like me.”

52 per­cent would vote to re­place ev­ery sin­gle mem­ber of Congress if they could.

45 per­cent would pre­fer a Repub­li­can-con­trolled Congress, 45 per­cent would pre­fer a Demo­crat-con­trolled Congress.

44 per­cent would pre­fer a Repub­li­can be elected pres­i­dent in 2016; 43 per­cent pre­fer a Demo­crat.

42 per­cent say that who wins the elec­tion will make a “great deal of dif­fer­ence” in their lives; 20 per­cent say who wins will make “some dif­fer­ence,” 19 per­cent say “quite a bit of dif­fer­ence” and 17 per­cent “no dif­fer­ence.”

Source: AN NBC News/Wall Street Jour­nal poll of 1,000 U.S. adults con­ducted Oct. 25-29.

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