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  1. Here's the poll for NY. You can find the KY poll in this forum.
  2. Three more state polls. Other polls are in the forum.
  3. Here's the poll for MA. Other polls are in the forum
  4. Here is @Reagan04's state of Maryland. Other polls are in the forum.
  5. Here's the poll for these two states. Other states are in the forum.
  6. Another state senator poll. Other states are in the forum.
  7. New poll. Other states in the forum.
  8. Here is AK and HI. Other states are in the forum
  9. Here is SC's poll. Other state polls are in the forum. I'll be away for a few days, and will resume when I get back
  10. Here's LA's poll. Other states are in the forum.
  11. New poll. Haven't done one since his 100 days
  12. This article got me thinking: https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/trump-weak-president/ In considering presidential strength, Trump is certainly weak, but this isn't terribly unusual. Here is my personal hierarchy of presidential power. In regarding Congress, I'm speaking mostly about US House: 1. Presidents that generally had Congress against them, and were able to score mostly victories with little or no compromise N/A 2. President that generally Congress with them, and were able to score considerable mostly victories with little or no compromise LBJ, JFK, Harry S Truman, FDR, Calvin Coolidge, Warren G. Harding, Woodrow Wilson, William H. Taft, Theodore Roosevelt, William McKinley, Benjamin Harrison, Ulysses S. Grant, Abraham Lincoln, Franklin Pierce, James K. Polk, Andrew Jackson, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, George Washington 3. Presidents that generally had Congress against them, but was able to get some victories through compromise Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, George HW Bush, Ronald Reagan, Richard Nixon, Dwight Eisenhower 4. Presidents that generally had Congress with them, but was able to get some victories through compromise George W. Bush, Herbert Hoover, Martin Van Buren, James Monroe, James Madison 5. Presidents that generally had Congress against them, and couldn't score victories: Gerald Ford, Grover Cleveland, Rutherford B. Hayes, Andrew Johnson, Millard Fillmore, Zachary Taylor, John Tyler, JQ Adams 6. Presidents that generally had control of Congress, but couldn't score victories: Donald Trump, Jimmy Carter, Chester Arthur, James Garfield, James Buchanan, WH Harrison
  13. Here's Vermont. Other state polls are in the forum.
  14. Here's VA. Other states are in the forum. There are a lot of big name politicians that were Senator of Virginia, but not for very long.
  15. If you've ever taken the Myers-Briggs Personality Test, then you might know what I'm talking about. Here is my categorization of the US Presidents by type. Some website have their own guesses, but I find them probably less informed on the presidents than I think I am. ESFJ Monroe Buchanan ESFP WH Harrison Pierce A Johnson Arthur Harding Reagan GW Bush Trump ESTP Hayes McKinley ESTJ A Jackson Tyler Cleveland LBJ ISTJ Washington B Harrison Coolidge Truman GHW Bush ISFJ Taft Ford ISTP Taylor Grant ISFP Fillmore INTP J Adams Madison INTJ Jefferson JQ Adams Polk Wilson Hoover Eisenhower JFK Nixon ENTJ FDR ENFJ Van Buren ENTP Th Roosevelt INFJ Lincoln Carter Obama INFP Garfield ENFP Clinton
  16. Here is the FL poll. Other states are in the forum.
  17. Here is AZ's poll. Other states are in the forum.
  18. Here's another poll. Other state polls are in the forum.
  19. Other state polls can be found in the forum
  20. Here's another poll! KY, OH, NY polls are in the forum.
  21. Here's another poll. NY, KY, OH, CA have been done and can be found in the forum
  22. vcczar

    Obamacare Poll

    Devastating defeat for the GOP, as they lose a series of votes, even though they have a majority in the Senate. John McCain, Obama's 2008 opponent, becomes the surprise protector of Obamacare. In all, the following GOP Senators failed their party's efforts to repeal and/or replace Obamacare: Collins, Corker, Cotton, Graham, Heller, Lee, Moran, Murkowski, Paul voted against the Cruz-Portman amendments to the Senate plan. Alexander, Capito, Collins, Heller, McCain, Murkowski, Paul voted against the Repeal and Delay w/ Paul Amendment McCain, Collins, Murkowski voted against the Skinny Repeal The following Red-State Democrats voted against Single-payer: Heitkamp, Manchin, Donnelly, Tester, King (Independent)
  23. Here's a new poll. KY and NY can be found in the forum.
  24. New poll. In the comments, please put what state that you picture yourself being a Senator of. I imagine myself being a Massachusetts US Senator, since that's where many of my ancestors were at the time in 1850.
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