The Washington Times - October 26, 2007, 03:42PM
Associated Press

\ “It’s because of the sheer number of failed programs that are coming back to haunt them,” quipped one Senate Republican aide, explaining the high liberal number.\


\ Some of the other findings, thankfully all of them nonpolitical:\

\ * Three in 10 have awakened sensing a strange presence in the room. For whatever it says about matrimony, singles are more likely than married people to say so.\

\ * 14 percent — mostly men and lower-income people — say they have seen a UFO.\

\ * Spells and witchcraft are more readily believed by urban dwellers, minorities and lower-earning people.\

\ * Those who find credibility in ESP are more likely to be better educated and white — 51 percent of college graduates compared to 37 percent with a high school diploma or less, about the same proportion by which white believers outnumber minorities.\

\ — Stephen Dinan, national political reporter, The Washington Times \