Tag: FedSmith Polls
With almost 2,600 votes cast, only 20 votes separated readers’ preferences between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Here is how the candidates fared in this latest survey.
The nominating conventions are over. This is the chance for federal employees and retirees to express your opinion – which candidate will receive your vote for President of the U.S.?
In the latest survey among FedSmith.com readers, Donald Trump is the clear winner. Many Democrats are hoping Bernie Sanders will prevail in his quest for the nomination as the candidate for the Democrats. His continuing run is having an impact in this voter preference survey and highlights the extent of his impact among Democrats.
The field of presidential candidates has continued to shrink since the Indiana primaries. Who is your top choice for president among the presumptive final candidates in the November election?
We asked our users in a recent survey if they agreed with the Treasury Department’s decision to redesign the $20 and $5 bills to feature new historical figures. Here is what you told us.
The Treasury Department announced last week that some changes are coming to the individuals featured on the $20 and $5 bills. Do you agree with the decision to change the currency?
Who are the preferred presidential candidates among FedSmith.com users? Independent voters were the largest group to respond to our latest survey, and this group may tip the election in November. Here are the results.
The 2016 presidential election season continues to pick up steam as the field of candidates has narrowed considerably after the first few rounds of state primaries. Which candidate would you prefer to see as the nominee for president in 2016?
FedSmith.com users said in a recent poll that federal workers deserve a 5.3% pay raise in 2017.
Donald Trump has increased his lead among readers as the favored Republican candidate, and Ted Cruz has moved up into 2nd place. Bernie Sanders still leads among the choice among Democratic candidates with a slight lead among respondents over Hillary Clinton.