TOPIC: The presidential election is ten months away. The November election will determine if the current CINC has performed well for veterans, and if so, should he be re-elected.
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QUESTION 1/8: Without question, Barack Obama's family life is doing prosperously well. This survey is about your family. Has your family's economy improved to your satisfaction since Barack Obama was elected in 2008?
QUESTION 2/8: Has your city's economy improved to your satisfaction since Barack Obama was elected in 2008?
QUESTION 3/8: Do you feel Barack Obama has done all he can do as president to improve the national economy?
QUESTION 4/8: There are rumors that Barack Obama has spent more time playing basketball, golf and attending parties and fundraisers than actually doing presidential work. Have you heard this talk?
QUESTION 5/8: Many Americans complain that Barack Obama simply is not doing enough to make life better by improving the enonomy, but that he spends too much time talking about what he will do if re-elected. Do you believe Barack should be doing more now instead of waiting until later?
QUESTION 6/8: It is an established fact that consumer spending drives the American economy, which always increases when gas prices are low. To date, Barack Obama has done nothing to lower gas prices. Do you feel Barack Obama should, as president, bring gas prices down so that Americans can have money to spend on products and services that increases jobs and prosperity?
QUESTION 7/8: Some nations, that already possess nuclear weapons, seeking to neutralize the military defense of all Arab countries, are now attempting to get the United States to attack Iran, just as they worked toward our invasion of Iraq. Prior to being elected Barack Obama, who opposed the invasion of Iraq, said he would talk to Iran to avoid an unnecessary war against that country. To avert another costly war, should Barack Obama convene a high-level, one-on-one meeting with either himself or the Secretary of State or a Special White House envoy to talk with a senior Iranian leader to discuss ways to maintain the peace?
QUESTION 8/8: Listed below in alphabetical order are commodities which have not appreciably decreased in cost since Barack Obama was elected. Which of the following costs, if dramatically lowered, would provide you and your family more spending money that would, in turn, create jobs, increase government funding and restore prosperity?