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  • Not Crazy About Connecticut

    To read a recent Gallup Poll, you'd think half of the people in Connecticut would pick up stakes to move elsewhere if they could. But beneath the headline-grabbing numbers are surprises and subtleties that paint a more nuanced picture. In the poll, 49...
  • Another View: Taxes A Bigger Reason To Flee CT Than Jobs

    Another View: Taxes A Bigger Reason To Flee CT Than Jobs
    A recent editorial on a Gallup Poll, "Not Crazy About Connecticut," missed the mark. (See courant.com/notmoving.) The Courant editorial said that high taxes were the lowest-ranking reason that respondents gave for wanting to leave Connecticut. A greater...
  • Poll: Vast majority of Ukrainians oppose Russian intervention

    Poll: Vast majority of Ukrainians oppose Russian intervention
    The vast majority of Ukrainian voters oppose Russian military intervention in their country, even in the east and south where large Russian minorities live, a U.S.-funded poll by a Gallup affiliate showed Thursday. The April 3-12 survey of 1,200...
  • The Army recognizes humanists in the foxholes

    There may be no atheists in foxholes, but there soon will be a few humanists. The U.S. Army has heeded the plea of Maj. Ray Bradley that he (and others of his kind) receive a “preference code” similar to those accorded to members of...
  • The limits of term limits

     
    Rauner's idea is popular, but that's about it Wednesday's print column There's no doubt that Republican gubernatorial hopeful Bruce Rauner has staked out a popular position on term limits. He's for 'em. In late July, Rauner formed a political action......
  • Common Sense question of the week

     
    Note The Tribune will live-stream the GOP gubernatorial forum/debate at 1 p.m., watch later in the day for our video recap and analysis that will include the results of this poll: Illinois' minimum wage figures to be a big issue......
  • Polling shows Jewish voters still strongly favoring Obama

    Because they’re a small segment of the population, Jewish voters aren’t polled very often. (To get a meaningful sample of a small group takes lots of calls, and it’s expensive). Still, the American Jewish Committee polled registered...
  • The First Question You Should Ask Your Listing Agent

    What is the most important thing a seller should look for when hiring a real estate agent to sell their house? We are often asked this question. Is it the size of the company they are licensed with? Is it their marketing program? Their years experience in...
  • Americans' 'ideal weight' shifts upward

    Americans' 'ideal weight' shifts upward
    As we enter the season of the year in which Americans typically gain at least a pound or two that never goes away, a new report from the Gallup Poll finds that as our actual weight drifts upward, so do our perceptions of what our "ideal" weight would be. ...
  • Mujer modera debate presidencial por 1ra vez en dos décadas

     Mujer modera debate presidencial por 1ra vez en dos décadas
    Por primera vez en dos décadas, una mujer fue nombrada para moderar un debate presidencial en Estados Unidos. La Comisión sobre los Debates Presidenciales anunció el lunes que la presentadora Candy Crowley de CNN mediará uno de los tres debates previstos...
  • Time for school choice in Chicago

    Time for school choice in Chicago
    "There is no right to strike against the public safety by anybody, anywhere, any time." -- Calvin Coolidge, responding to the 1919 Boston police strike This oft-quoted line from the then-governor of Massachusetts might be updated to include "the public...