Suddenly, people are a lot more pessimistic about the economy.
Even Republicans and old people are about evenly split.
Forty-seven percent of registered voters are "dreading" the presidential election.
He's doing really, shockingly well in New Hampshire.
They've never recovered from the snowstorm fail.
Twenty-two percent want to send ground troops into Libya.
America loves his "common sense" message.
She was taking questions at a forum on Long Island.
Because he's their preferred candidate.
Fifty-six percent of New Yorkers think same-sex couples should be allowed to wed.
The asterisk is key here.
This is the best America has felt since April 2007.
Inspiration is apparently more appealing than self-victimization.