Kansas, Duke, Vols on top of poll; Nova falls out

Kansas, Duke and Tennessee are the top three for the second straight week, while reigning champion Villanova fell out of the Top 25 for the second time this season.
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Back To The Future tops poll of most wanted film sequels

Almost three quarters of film fans want to see another outing of Back To The Future – ahead of any other movie series, according to a new poll.
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NFL Honors Poll: Picks for MVP, rookie of the year, more

Before the season kicks off, our experts make their picks for all the big NFL awards.
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Donald Trump thanks Kanye West for poll boost

Donald Trump has credited the rapper with doubling his African-American approval rating, saying: “Kanye West must have some power!”
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NFL Honors poll: Our picks for MVP, every major award

Could Tom Brady sweep MVP and Offensive Player of the Year — or does Todd Gurley have a chance? Our panel names their players, coach of the year.
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Duke still No. 1 in AP poll; Zona out of top 25

Duke is now the unanimous No. 1 in the AP Top 25, and Arizona has gone from No. 2 to out of the poll in a week.
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Google axes ‘Which child do you like best?’ poll

Google has taken down a survey which showed people pictures of four young children and asked them to choose which one they liked best.
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Hollywood Life Compares Bella with Gigi Hadid in “Bikini Battle” Poll

Hollywood Life asked whether Gigi or Bella Hadid wears a bikini better in a toxic “who wore it best” poll.
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Poll: What’s Your Favorite Roger Moore Bond Film?

Roger Moore, known for his portrayal of James Bond in seven movies over the course of more than a decade, has died at the age of 89 after a short battle with cancer. In the wake of the news, fans are looking back at his turns at 007, which all started after Moore took over… Read more »

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Poll: What’s Your Favorite Live-Action Disney Reboot So Far?

With “Beauty and the Beast” debuting next weekend, Disney continues to ramp up its live-action reboot game. “Beauty and the Beast,” starring Emma Watson as Belle, follows a series of successful live-action reboots for the studio. Last summer, Disney released “The Jungle Book” and nabbed an Oscar nomination earlier this year. Disney has also found… Read more »

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Trump Will Be Sworn In as the Least Popular President in Four Decades, New Poll Says

When Donald Trump takes the oath of office in just a few short days, he will do so as the least popular president in at least 40 years, a new Washington Post-ABC News poll says.

According to the national poll, just 40 percent of Americans say they have a favorable impression of the president-elect. That’s 21 points lower than President Barack Obama’s departing favorability rating of 61 percent and easily the lowest popularity for an incoming president since 1977, ABC News reports. Trump trails behind former Presidents Obama (79 percent), Bill Clinton (68 percent), George H.W. Bush (65 percent), Ronald Reagan (58 percent) and Jimmy Carter (78 percent).

Even former President George W. Bush — who entered office after a bitter recount fight with Al Gore — was still more popular than Trump at inauguration time, with a 62 percent favorability rating.

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Similarly, just 40 percent of Americans polled say they approve of the way Trump has handled the presidential transition. That’s half as many as the roughly 80 percent who approved of the way Obama, Clinton and George H.W. Bush handled their transitions.

On the eve of his inauguration, 52 percent of Americans see Trump as unqualified to be president, compared with 44 percent who say he is qualified. (That’s no vote of confidence, but it’s actually the lowest number of people saying he’s unqualified since he became a candidate.)

True to form, Trump isn’t buying any of it: on Tuesday he took to Twitter to attack the low opinion polling as “rigged.”

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The new poll results come as hundreds of thousands of people are preparing to hit the streets of Washington, D.C., to protest the president-elect during his inaugural week, according to NBC News. The Women’s March on Washington — set to take place on Saturday, the day after Trump’s inauguration — is expected to be the largest protest, with hundreds of thousands predicted to participate in the nation’s capitol. Corresponding protests will also be held across the country.

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The Department of Homeland Security is estimating an overall attendance of about 800,000 to 900,000 people, including protesters, for Trump’s inauguration. But — despite Trump’s claim of a “record” turnout — that estimate is significantly less than the 1.8 million attendees at Obama’s inauguration in 2009.


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Poll: Americans Want Bold Action to Keep Health Care Costs Down

Suggestions include price controls on drugs and hospitals and doctors, importing drugs from other countries
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Only 1 in 5 Wants to See Subsidies for Health Insurance Eliminated: Poll

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Getting Married Could Boost The Economy, Says Gallup Poll

Want to do your part to help America’s economy? Get married.

A recent Gallup poll says that married Americans spend more money than their single counterparts, which means if more people got hitched, the economy could benefit as a result.

According to the poll — based on telephone interviews with over 135,000 Americans aged 18 and older — married Americans reported spending $ 102 on average per day. That number dropped to $ 98 for those in domestic partnerships, $ 74 for divorcees, $ 67 per day for single and never married people and $ 62 for widows and widowers.

In the report, Gallup attributed married couples’ spending habits to the fact that they tend to have higher incomes.

Jay Zagorsky, a research scientist at Ohio State University who has studied wealth trends by marital status, told Today.com earlier this year that married couples had about four times the wealth of those who had never tied the knot. And the same story cited U.S. Census data that found that, “In 2010 the median net worth for a married couple between the ages of 55 and 64 was $ 261,405. That compares to $ 71,428 for a man heading a household, and $ 39,043 for a woman heading a household.”

Click through the slideshow below for more interesting findings about marriage.


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