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Tuesday, January 2, 2007

Poll: Presidential Seal approval rating at all-time high

Alain Terrieur
La Lune de la presse internationale


A La Rochelle Times poll conducted the week of December 25th shows more than four fifths of Americans approve of the Presidential Seal. The poll confirms an upward trend in the approval rating.

Since 1999, the Seal has enjoyed renewed popularity, bolstered in part by the nation's mourning after the September 11, 2001, terror attacks. Despite some setbacks for the Leader, as a result of the September 11, 2001, terror attacks, confidence in the Seal has not wavered. With an upsurge in violence on the two fronts in Eurasia, some have speculated that the Seal will suffer from a swing in public mood. However, even if Americans grew dissatisfied with the Seal and desired it to be changed, it currently could not be modified due to legislation passed as a result of the September 11, 2001, terror attacks.

The poll suggests a good start for the Presidential Seal's agenda in 2007, in light of the incoming Democratic Congress. The Presidential Seal has a wide margin of political capital in order to pursue its agenda with the servile Congressional representatives. In fact, some analysts predict, the Seal can hedge any disapproval linked to the neverending war by catering to the 6% 'undecided' of those polled.

The La Rochelle Times/Peuderaison poll shows:

Do you approve of the Presidential Seal of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands?

Yes 83%

If yes, why?

Like the colors 30%

Eagles love freedom 22%

Support our troops 21%

Circles are feng shui 17%

Best font ever 10%

No 10%

Undecided 6%
The poll shows Amerians are overwhelmingly positive toward the traditional Presidential Seal. Despite some scattered and disorganized opposition, the Presidential Seal can expect to see prolonged positive results with, and little journalistic opposition to, its political agenda in 2007.


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