Posts Tagged ‘church’

Church attendance and Obama approval rate – 38% of weekly church-goers approve, and 58% of rare attendees approve

Thursday, December 29th, 2011

Rasmussen:  “Among those who attend more than one service a week, approval is even lower at 31%.”

Rasmussen approval index history:

Date  Presidential Approval Index  Strongly Approve  Strongly Disapprove  Total Approve  Total Disapprove
12/29/2011 -18 22% 40% 45% 55%
12/28/2011 -18 23% 41% 45% 54%
12/27/2011 -12 26% 38% 47% 52%
12/26/2011 No Polling
12/25/2011 No Polling
12/24/2011 No Polling
12/23/2011 -13 25% 38% 47% 51%
12/22/2011 -14 23% 37% 49% 50%
12/21/2011 -18 21% 39% 47% 51%
12/20/2011 -18 21% 39% 47% 51%
12/19/2011 -16 23% 39% 47% 51%
12/18/2011 -19 23% 42% 47% 52%
12/17/2011 -17 25% 42% 47% 53%
12/16/2011 -18 25% 43% 47% 52%
12/15/2011 -15 25% 40% 47% 52%
12/14/2011 -17 23% 40% 46% 52%
12/13/2011 -19 20% 39% 46% 53%
12/12/2011 -19 20% 39% 46% 52%
12/11/2011 -20 21% 41% 45% 53%
12/10/2011 -21 22% 43% 44% 55%
12/9/2011 -19 23% 42% 44% 55%
12/8/2011 -19 22% 41% 45% 55%
12/7/2011 -19 21% 40% 45% 54%
12/6/2011 -19 21% 40% 45% 54%
12/5/2011 -19 20% 39% 46% 53%
12/4/2011 -19 21% 40% 46% 52%
12/3/2011 -22 21% 43% 45% 54%
12/2/2011 -22 20% 42% 43% 55%
12/1/2011 -24 19% 43% 43% 56%

Opinion: The Legal Disposition of Gay Marriage

Saturday, June 6th, 2009

By Christopher D. Berger,
UnvarnishedOpinion.com

With last week’s ruling by the California Supreme Court on Prop. 8 and the accompanying backlash from the gay rights community, it seems appropriate that a discussion of gay marriage take place, and it’s high time I re-input my two cents. For those not familiar with the matter, the California Supreme Court in May of last year ruled that gay marriage was in fact legal in California, which opinion was put into effect immediately. In response, traditional marriage proponents in California put together a massive campaign to pass an amendment to the state constitution banning gay marriage. It became the single most expensive referendum in US history and passed despite intense opposition from the gay rights community, who challenged its validity in court, where the California Supreme Court ruled 6-1 last week that the amendment was valid, that the people did in fact have the right to amend their constitution and had done so lawfully. (more…)