March 20, 2012


Most Voters Not Swayed by Dog-on-Car Story

A new Public Policy Polling survey finds that 68% of registered voters polled said they think that in general, it is inhumane to put the family dog on top of the car, compared with 14% who said it's humane and 18% who weren't sure.

That said, when told by pollsters that Mitt Romney had done so, 55% said it didn't affect which candidate they would support, while 35% said it made them less likely to support Romney and 7% said it made them more likely to support him.










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