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08 - Survey Says: People are Confused
Episode 831st January 2024 • Not My Generation • Possibilities, Inc.
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In this episode, Emily & James review the results from two major public opinion polls released by Harvard/Harris and the New York Times. The surveys cover presidential politics and candidates, the Israel-Hamas conflict, and attitudes towards free speech.

Both Emily & James think that some of the questions were not written very well, and that some questions should have been asked that were not. But even with that, the American public seems to be all over the place when it comes to how it feels about various political issues.

The hosts also discuss the recent actions in certain states to remove Donald Trump from the ballot.

You can see the results of the Harvard-Harris Survey here:

You can review the results of the New York Times Poll Here:

You can review the 14th Amendment's Insurrection Clause here:,a%20member%20of%20any%20State

You can read the federal statute regarding the criminal definition of insurrection and punishment for it here:,holding%20any%20office%20under%20the

Here is the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia's explanation of the prosecutions of individuals involved with the events of January 6, 2021:

You can read more about Dr. Emily Stacey here:

You can read more about Professor Davenport here:

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Note: The views expressed on Not My Generation are the solely the views of the hosts and their guests and do not reflect the views of Rose State College, its administration, faculty, or students.



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