“Regardless of whom you intend to vote for, who do you think will get the nomination?” Zogby asked the 1,200 Republican respondents.
Remember the nasal swabs, the tainted envelopes.?
Former senator Tom Daschle and National Institutes of Health infectious disease guru Anthony Fauci are among 30 contributors to “Remembering 9/11 and Anthrax,” a firsthand, on-the-ground account of the response of public health officials to 9/11 and the anthrax attacks that followed.
The report, released Thursday by the Trust for Americas Health and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, can be seen here: www.healthyamericans.org.
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• 38 percent of likely U.S. voters “consider it a positive” when a political candidate is described as “conservative,” 27 percent say it’s a negative.
• 37 percent say “moderate” is a positive label, 13 percent say it’s a negative.
• 32 percent say “tea party” is a positive label.
• 56 percent of Republican voters agree.
• 38 percent of voters overall say the tea party label is a negative.
• 70 percent of Democrats agree.
• 31 percent of voters overall say “progressive” is a positive label, 26 percent say its negative.
• 21 percent say “liberal” is a positive label, 38 percent say it’s a negative.View Entire Story
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