Latest Issue Polls

tab Home
tab Bookmark Us!
tab All Post 2008 Election Polls
tab Obama Presidency Polls
tab Economy Polls
tab National Security
tab Taxes

tab Foreign Relations

tab Congress
tab Social
tab Global Warming

Latest Presidential Tracking Polls 2008

tab 2008 Election Articles
tab State Polls
tab National Polls
tab Battleground Polls
tab Senate Polls

 

 

 

 

Bet on NBA/College Basketball: BodogLife.com.

Some Say America's Children will Not Be Better Off Than Their Parents

1/7/09

« Prev | Next »

Tags: General, Economy

From Rasmussen Reports

  • Forty-seven percent (47%) of American adults say today's children will not be better off than their parents
  • Only 27% took a more optimistic view in a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey
  • 77% say it is heading down the wrong track

» Commentary by Kris Lazaro (registered Democrat)

We all want the best for our kids. We all want to strive to give our children the best possible resources and tools so that they will succeed in the future, but with this declining economy, can we really provide for them adequately?

According to a new Rasmussen poll, 47% feel that today's children will not be better off than their parents. This is a major change, since this past century has seen America succeed with each passing generation. But, the real question is, can we disprove this poll? Can we as a nation rise up and change our economic plight?

The answer is a resounding, yes! Similar to our previous articles, we must not fear, but be cautiously optimistic. The economy will fix itself, but we have to help it along. Our children may not be as succesful as they should, but they will still have a great advantage over those living abroad in less succesful countries.

Check Gmail, Facebook, and IM simultaneously with Digsby.

Apply for the DiscoverĀ® Miles Card today! link goes direct to application

Leave Your Comments, No Registration

Traffic During 2008 Election

usaelectionpolls traffic

 

2008 Predicted Electoral Math

tab Latest Polls Per State
tab Poll of Polls
tab Quinnipiac University
tab Rasmussen Reports Polls
tab Research 2000
tab Survey USA Polls
tab CNN
tab American Research Group
tab Insider Advantage
tab Zogby
tab Mason Dixon
tab Public Policy Polling
tab Strategic Vision

2008 Presidential Candidates

tab Obama tab McCain
tab Nader tab Bob Barr
tab McKinney tab Baldwin

2008 Battleground States

tab FL tab PA tab OH
tab NV tab MI tab NH
tab CO tab OR tab NJ
tab WA tab IA tab WI
tab MN tab SD tab VA
tab MO tab NM tab AK
tab CT tab GA tab NC
tab ND    

City Demographics: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming. Zip Codes.

2008 Archives: Spanish, French

Ā© Copyright 2006-2009 USAElectionPolls.com, All Rights Reserved.