Current National Questions

(Vote on any or all. These polls from national sources have been modified to create their A/B format.)

RETIREMENT AGE

Would you favor [Vote A] or oppose [Vote B] raising the retirement age for full Social Security benefits from 67 to 70 for people born on or after 1966?

Source: 
Time/Abt SRBI Poll
Vote A
33% (70 votes)
Vote B
67% (145 votes)
Total votes: 215

GUN CONTROL

Which do you think is more important—the right of Americans to own guns [Vote A], or the need to regulate gun ownership [Vote B]?

Source: 
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press Poll
Vote A
33% (73 votes)
Vote B
67% (145 votes)
Total votes: 218

(New Poll) ABORTION & REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS

Do you believe abortion should be legal in all or most circumstances (Vote A), or be legal in only a few or no circumstances (Vote B)?

Source: 
Gallup
Vote A
68% (17 votes)
Vote B
32% (8 votes)
Total votes: 25

HEALTH CARE RESPONSIBILITY

Do you think it is the responsibility of the federal government to make sure all have high-quality health insurance [Vote A], or that is not the proper role of the federal government [Vote B]?

Source: 
Gallup
Vote A
65% (145 votes)
Vote B
35% (77 votes)
Total votes: 222

TAX REFORM

Which comes closer to your view: On the whole, the federal tax system works pretty well and Congress should make only minor changes to make it work better [Vote A], or there is so much wrong with the federal tax system that Congress should completely change it [Vote B].

Source: 
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press Political Survey
Vote A
22% (46 votes)
Vote B
78% (161 votes)
Total votes: 207

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NATIONAL SECURITY

Which comes closer to your view: The government should take all steps necessary to prevent additional acts of terrorism in the U.S. even if it means some civil liberties could be impacted [Vote A], or the government should not take steps which would imapct basic civil liberties [Vote B]?

Source: 
Gallup/USA Today Poll
Vote A
12% (24 votes)
Vote B
88% (177 votes)
Total votes: 201

INTERNET PRIVACY

Do you think the government should do more to regulate how Internet companies handle privacy issues [Vote A], or should the government not get more involved in this [Vote B]?

Source: 
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press Political Survey
Vote A
66% (122 votes)
Vote B
34% (62 votes)
Total votes: 184

DEFENSE SPENDING

Do you think that we should increase our spending on national defense [Vote A], or cut it back [Vote B]?

Source: 
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press Political Typology Survey
Vote A
31% (66 votes)
Vote B
69% (147 votes)
Total votes: 213

(New Poll) PRESIDENTIAL APPROVAL

Do you approve of President Trump’s job performance (Vote A) or do you disapprove (Vote B)?

Source: 
Rasmussen Reports
Vote A
33% (11 votes)
Vote B
67% (22 votes)
Total votes: 33

(New Poll) GENERIC PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE

If the next election for President were held today, would you vote for the Republican candidate (Vote A) or for the Democratic candidate (Vote B)?

Source: 
Rasmussen Reports
Vote A
38% (11 votes)
Vote B
62% (18 votes)
Total votes: 29

BALANCING THE BUDGET

Let's say you had to balance the federal budget. Would you start by cutting money from national security programs [Vote A] or from domestic programs [Vote B]?

Source: 
Fox News Poll
Vote A
64% (128 votes)
Vote B
36% (73 votes)
Total votes: 201

FINANCIAL PROGRESS

Do you feel the financial situation in your household is getting better [Vote A], or getting worse [Vote B]?

Source: 
American Research Group Poll
Vote A
34% (67 votes)
Vote B
66% (128 votes)
Total votes: 195

(New Poll) JUDGE KAVANAUGH APPROVAL

Do you approve of the US Senate vote in favor of Judge Brett Kavanaugh serving on the Supreme Court (Vote A), or not (Vote B)?

Source: 
Gallup
Vote A
32% (10 votes)
Vote B
68% (21 votes)
Total votes: 31