Conservatives Want to See Trump Rejoin Debate

FedUp PAC Staff             A majority of Conservatives want presidential candidate Donald Trump to change his mind and take part in Thursday’s Republican debate according to a poll by FedUp PAC.             59% said that Trump should not carry out his plan to boycott the debate compared to 34% who support the boycott.  Only 46% agree with Trump that Fox anchorwoman Megyn Kelly, one of the debate moderators, has... Read More >

Palin Endorsement Provides Limited Boost for Trump Among Conservatives

FedUp PAC Staff             Sarah Palin’s endorsement of Donald Trump will have mixed results among conservatives, according to a poll by FedUp PAC.  Conservatives are almost evenly divided by the endorsement, with 40% saying it will make them more likely to support Trump and 41% saying it will make them less likely.  By a margin of 50-34%, they do believe that Palin’s endorsement will help Trump rally anti-... Read More >

Establishment Opposition Is Helpful in 2016

FedUp PAC Staff Establishment leaders have made Sen. Ted Cruz their public enemy number one, but he recognizes that as a benefit this year. Follow this link to read the full article.  http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2016/01/22/cruz_sees_opportunity_in_gop_opposition_to_his_bid.html Read More >

Conservatives Say Hillary and Republicans Both Responsible for Benghazi Cover-Up

FedUp PAC Staff             The arrival of 13 Hours:  The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, may be very bad news for Hillary Clinton and also for Republican Congressmen who failed to believe the heroes of that terrible night.  The movie is reviving a controversy, just as the 2016 campaign heats up, that many establishment figures thought had been safely buried.  According to a poll by FedUp PAC, that controversy... Read More >

Conservatives Confident of Outsider Victory

FedUp PAC Staff             Conservatives expect an “outsider” candidate to win the Republican presidential nomination according to a poll by FedUp PAC.  With all GOP establishment candidate trailing outsiders Donald Trump and Ted Cruz in recent polls, 76% say they expect one of the outsiders to get the nomination at the July convention in Cleveland.             Conservatives also saw Trump and Cruz as leading... Read More >

Conservatives Support Neither Obama nor Republican Leadership

FedUp PAC Staff             Conservatives strongly disagreed with President Obama’s self-congratulatory State of the Union message according to a poll by FedUp PAC.  They are also skeptical about the ability of Speaker Paul Ryan and Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to fight Obama.              Only 6% agreed with the President’s evaluation of himself as doing a great job, while 93% took the opposite position. ... Read More >

Conservatives Demand GOP Fight Obama Over Gun Owner Rights

FedUp PAC Staff             Conservatives oppose President Obama’s moves to restrict the rights of gun owners and expect Republicans to take an active role in fighting Obama on the issue, according to a poll this week by FedUp Pac.             Opposition to Obama’s gun control measures was stated by 91%, while 94% said that Obama should focus on enforcing the laws as written rather than adding new restrictions... Read More >

Conservatives Oppose Obama Gun Control Measures

FedUp PAC Staff             Conservatives oppose the gun control actions taken by President Obama, believing that they are more likely to undermine the Constitution than to cut down on crime, according to a poll conducted by FedUp PAC.             Opposition to the President’s initiatives is at 88%, compared to 11% support.  Only 10% expect universal background checks to stop mass shootings, but 88% worry that... Read More >

Conservatives Want to Get Tough with the Islamic State

FedUp PAC Staff             The Obama administration may be divided over whether to get tough on the Islamic State, but conservative public opinion is solidly behind a more vigorous prosecution of the war, according to a poll by FedUp PAC.             A nearly-unanimous 97% called for a change in the rules of engagement that currently cause a majority of American planes to return to base without having dropped a... Read More >

Obama Inspires No Confidence in War Against Islamic Terrorists

FedUp PAC Staff             Conservatives put little faith in President Obama’s strategy for the war against Islamic terrorists, according to a survey by FedUp PAC.  Only 4% rated the President’s performance as excellent or good, while 95% labeled it as poor.  The President’s speech following the San Bernardino terrorist attack made a mere 4% feel reassured about his strategy.             The possibility of... Read More >

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