Polls

This Is Why Trump Is Nervous

While President Trump continues to tout the strength of the US economy - and take credit for it, he is no doubt keenly aware that a recession before the 2020 election would put a dent in his chances for reelection. To that end, a new poll by...

Read More →

Vmware Cloud On Aws Gains Workloads, But Challenges Remain

According to a survey by Faction, VMware Cloud on AWS is popular as a way to extend data centers, but there are usage and migration challenges.
Related topics: Vmware

Read More →

Report: For Devops Inspiration, Look To The Retail Sector

An annual survey from DevOps Research and Assessment (DORA) finds that the retail sector stands out for its software delivery and operational performance.

Read More →

Use Of Marijuana, Meth, Hallucinogens Up In New Samhsa Survey

A new national survey shows increased use of marijuana, methamphetamines, and hallucinogens in 2018 vs 2017, along with decreases in use of cocaine and heroin. Medscape Medical News

Read More →

For Young Female Coders, Internship Interviews Can Be Toxic

In a survey conducted by Girls Who Code, teen female engineers report that even their very first encounters with tech companies raised red flags.

Read More →

Biden’s Poll Numbers Mask An Enthusiasm Gap

“Joe Biden is coasting in the national polls. Surveys show him ahead of his Democratic rivals in hypothetical matchups against President Trump. He has maintained a lead in Iowa all summer, despite facing months of controversies over his record...
Related topics: Joe Biden

Read More →

The Surprising Surge Of Andrew Yang

BEAUFORT, S.C.—Andrew Yang was sitting here in a rented silver Suburban outside a black chamber of commerce surrounded by five members of his rapidly growing campaign staff when he saw a new Fox News poll in which he was tied for fifth in the...

Read More →

The Surprising Surge Of Andrew Yang

BEAUFORT, S.C.—Andrew Yang was sitting here in a rented silver Suburban outside a black chamber of commerce surrounded by five members of his rapidly growing campaign staff when he saw a new Fox News poll in which he was tied for fifth in the...

Read More →

Media Can’t Get Enough Of Democrats Who Abandon Progressive Values

The battle for the Democratic presidential nomination is dominating the news cycle, and two of the three clear frontrunners in polls, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, draw their support from the resurgent left of the party. Sanders in...

Read More →

Jay Inslee Ends Campaign For President

He ran on a message of fighting climate change, but failed to find much support in the polls. Now he intends to seek another term as governor of Washington.
Related topics: Jay Inslee

Read More →

Biden Vs. Warren Vs. Bernie

Jay Inslee is out. John Hickenlooper is out. Kamala Harris has tanked in the polls, and a recovery seems nearly impossible. Corey Booker never truly got started. Other Democrats will be feeling the pressure and will be forced out soon enough. There...
Related topics: Joe Biden, Jay Inslee

Read More →

2020 Hopeful De Blasio’s Voice Goes ‘higher Than His Poll Numbers’ Due To Video Malfunction

New York City Mayor and presidential candidate Bill de Blasio got some laughs- when a top labor union played his video message to a crowd in Iowa on Wednesday due to a technical malfunction.
Related topics: Usa Videos

Read More →

The Next Democratic Debate Is One Poll Away From Being Split Over Two Nights (again)

If one more candidate qualifies for the September debate in Houston, it will be spread across two nights. Tom Steyer is very close.
Related topics: Debate

Read More →

New Study Shows 14% Of Americans Use Cbd

Fourteen percent of Americans personally use products containing cannabidiol (CBD), according to a recent Gallup Poll. Meanwhile, 85% of people in the U.S. are either not yet familiar with the cannabis-derived ingredient or do not currently use...
Related topics: Medical Research, Gallup

Read More →

3 Habits That Sabotage Your Savings

If you're struggling to save for the future, you're not alone. One in five Americans has no savings at all, a survey from Northwestern Mutual found, and money is the No. 1 source of stress among U.S. adults.Regardless of what you're saving for --...

Read More →

Next Debate Is One Poll Away From Being Two Nights

New York Times: “ABC News, which is hosting the debate in Houston, announced Wednesday that if 10 or fewer candidates qualify, it would be held on a single night, Sept. 12. But if that number ticks up to 11, the debate will take place on Sept....
Related topics: Debate

Read More →

Most Patients Willing To Share Medical Records For Research Purposes

In a survey, UC San Diego researchers report most patients are willing to share medical records for research purposes, with a few caveats.
Related topics: Medical Research

Read More →

Study Finds About 1 In 7 People With Diabetes Ration Medicine Due To Cost

Almost 1 in 7 adults with diabetes did not take their medication as prescribed because of its cost, according to new data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Wednesday. The survey found that 13.2...
Related topics: Medical Research, Diabetes, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention

Read More →

How The 2020 Candidates Break Down In The Polls So Far

Andrew Yang’s base is still a dude-fest, and Buttigieg’s supporters are the whitest voters you know.

Read More →

American Public On Education: “we Want It All”

As I wrote a couple of weeks ago, back-to-school also means the release of lots of education polling, and Tuesday brought us the yearly Education Next poll, which is one of my favorites. (Of course, I love all you crazy polls!) The Education Next...

Read More →
What is noozilla?
Noozilla is an independent news aggregation service with a categorization engine that categorizes millions of news stories by subject.