In a survey taken last week starting as soon as the debate ended between the two presidential candidates, readers indicated they think that Mitt Romney came out ahead.
In a recent survey, we asked prospective retirees how confident they were in their savings and ability to retire. A majority reported being “very confident.”
FedSmith.com recently polled our users to see how long it took recent retirees to receive their full annuity payments. Here are the results.
We asked our users to share their opinions with the recent news of the data breach within the TSP. Despite expressing dissatisfaction, a majority of users said it would not have an impact on their future TSP investments.
FedSmith asked readers which candidate will receive their vote for president in November. More than 9000 readers responded and the strong divisions evident among all Americans are evident in the results of this survey as well.
The majority of responses to our latest survey indicate that FedSmith.com users believe the scandals that erupted with GSA and Secret Service are not the norm in the federal government travel process.
According to a recent national survey, a significant percentage of American adults believe that federal employees have it easier and earn more money than private sector workers. FedSmith.com users are not in agreement.
In a survey which received about 9000 responses, more than 58% of those participating said they would not vote to re-elect President Obama. There was not overwhelming support for the Republican candidates either with “none of the above” coming in second among those running for the nomination.
The debt debates in Washington are over. But according to a couple of recent surveys we conducted, a majority of FedSmith.com readers think that their pay and benefits will ultimately be jeopardized due to the growing federal deficit.
We have posted several surveys on our site in recent weeks to get feedback from FedSmith.com site visitors as to what their flying habits are like now that the TSA’s security procedures have been in place for a while. The overwhelming theme in the responses indicated that the procedures act as a deterrent to would-be air travelers.