Today's HuffPollster: A quick digest of the massive new Pew Research poll on the attitudes and demographics of Millennials and yet another explanation of why "excellent+good" is not the same as "approve."
Today's HuffPollster: Former Clinton pollster Mark Penn survives a "two-in-a-box face off" at Microsoft. Americans reject a Ukraine intervention. And we're feeling cranky about the term "frontrunner."
Today's HuffPollster: A new CBS/Times gives Republicans a slight edge in generic House vote. Separately, a political scientist forecasts that Democrats need at least a 5 point advantage on that measure to hold the Senate. Either way, it's still early.
A local GOP consultant in Arizona released a poll showing that 57 percent of Republican voters want their governor to veto a bill allowing discrimination against homosexuals. Today's HuffPollster has the full text of the poll question:
Todays HuffPollster: One poll shows a sharp drop in Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s job rating, but watch the question wording! And a lot of Republicans say they won't vote for Chris Christie. He's worse off than Romney was in 2011, but not by much
Today's HuffPollster: A massive new study by the Public Religion Research Institute finds major shifts over the last decade on gay marriage, and a new monthly tracker from the Kaiser Family Foundation finds little change in ACA views.
#ASortofHomecoming is the movie written by Lynn Reed (the spouse of my old friend Will Robinson). It's written, produced, and directed by women, and Lynn has launched and indiegogo campaign to raise money for marketing and distribution -- so this movie can get into theaters and on to TV and computer screens around the world. It's a worthy cause. Please check it out!