Congressional Insiders Poll

Cohen, Richard E.; Bell, Peter
September 2007
National Journal;9/22/2007, Vol. 39 Issue 36, p5
The article reports on the results of the U.S. Congressional Insiders Poll regarding which legislation will be enacted in 2007 and the impact of MoveOn.org on their political parties. Majority of Democrats and Republicans think the expansion of the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) will be passed within the year. Both parties believe that the extension of the No Child Left Behind Act will be approved. Sixty-eight percent of Republicans believe MoveOn.org will help their party.


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