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What do you think about COVID vaccination requirements?

The issue of vaccination requirements, whether they come from government, schools, or businesses, is an important topic for many Americans. In this poll, we ask a series of questions about what you believe and support (generally) about vaccination requirements.

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Should ballot access requirements be less restrictive to encourage more competition in our elections?

The Democrats and Republicans determine ballot access requirements to benefit their candidates. This has reduced the competition in our elections and presence of independent candidates. In this poll, we ask a series of questions about what you believe and support (generally) about ballot access requirements for our elections.

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What do you think about the U.S. public education system?

What do you think (broadly) about the U.S. public education system? Is it the best in the world? Average when compared to other industrialized nations? Or poor?

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