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Oct 26, 2017
Gallup Vault: Few in 1963 Thought Oswald Acted Alone
Right at the start, a majority of Americans suspected there was more to John F. Kennedy's assassination than met the eye.
Mar 31, 2017
Gallup Vault: Americans Impressed by JFK Press Conferences
Nine in 10 Americans familiar with John F. Kennedy's press conferences in 1962 liked how he handled himself. Only 36% said the press asked good questions.
Apr 8, 2016
Democrats Appear More Together, Republicans More Fractured
Democrats are significantly more positive about their two leading presidential candidates than Republicans are about theirs. If this doesn't change, it could give Democrats an advantage in the fall election.
Nov 15, 2013
Americans Rate JFK as Top Modern President
Nearly three-quarters of Americans (74%) believe John F. Kennedy will go down in history as an outstanding or above-average president, a more positive review than any other post-World War II president receives.
Nov 15, 2013
Majority in U.S. Still Believe JFK Killed in a Conspiracy
The majority of Americans, 61%, believe more than one man was responsible for President John F. Kennedy's death, the lowest level found since 1966. The Mafia, U.S. government, and CIA top Americans' list of potential conspirators.
Jun 21, 2012
Bias Against a Mormon Presidential Candidate Same as in 1967
Mitt Romney faces the same level of prejudice against his religion as his father George Romney did in 1967, with 18% of Americans saying they would not vote for a well-qualified presidential candidate who is a Mormon.
Feb 18, 2008
JFK and Ronald Reagan Win Gallup Presidents Day Poll
When asked which former president they would restore to the Oval Office if they could, 51% of Republicans name Ronald Reagan. Democrats are more divided, with 34% choosing John F. Kennedy and 24% Bill Clinton. The net result is a tie between ...
Feb 22, 2005
Bush in Europe, Who's the Enemy?, Middle East Peace?, Tort Reform, Baseball and Steroids, JFK and Jackie, Royal Marriage
Nov 21, 2003
Americans: Kennedy Assassination a Conspiracy
Three-quarters of Americans believe that more than one man was involved in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy 40 years ago. Only 19% of Americans think the assassination was the work of a single individual. But when asked who else ...
Jun 10, 2003