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December 15, 2008
Recently a claim surfaced that questioned whether President-elect Barack Obama was a natural born U.S. citizen - a distinct Constitutional requirement to be President of the United States. The claim insisted that because Barack's father had dual citizenship with Britain and the United States, Barack was not a natural born citizen.

Another similar claim charged that Obama had actually been born in Kenya, which also would mean that Obama could not be a natural born citizen.

Since then, the U.S. Supreme Court has decided not to hear either case, thereby dismissing the claims and reaffirming his natural born citizenship status.

Do you think that President-elect Barack Obama really is a natural born U.S. citizen?
I'm confused
(4.83%)
Undecided
(3.86%)
No
(43.48%)
Yes
(47.83%)
207 total votes
November 9, 2008
While there are some who debate whether President-elect Obama is a "Baby Boomer" or part of the subsequent group, dubbed "Generation X", the question has brought many to the realization that Generation X is becoming more and more involved in the national scene.

With that in mind, do you think that Generation X is ready to lead the country?
Not certain
(4.55%)
I'm confused
(2.6%)
No
(46.1%)
Yes
(46.75%)
154 total votes

October 19, 2008
Do you think a change in the presidency, no matter who wins in November, will be a positive thing for the United States?
Uncertain
(11.27%)
No
(45.77%)
Yes
(42.96%)
142 total votes
August 8, 2008
The issue of energy independence in the United States has rekindled the longstanding debate regarding the adoption of domestic nuclear energy.

As discussions continue, potential plans have emerged that may place a nuclear power facility near the town of Green River.

Would you support the development of such a facility?
I am undecided.
(4.19%)
No. I am opposed to the project.
(22.79%)
Yes. I support the project.
(73.02%)
215 total votes

July 15, 2008
Periodic droughts and frequent summer wild fires within and around Utah always seem to rekindle the fireworks debate, which questions when, where and how fireworks should be made available to the public.

How do you think the availability of fireworks be handled?
Year-by-year evaluation
(48.37%)
None of the above
(1.31%)
Always available
(23.53%)
Community celebrations only
(20.92%)
Permanent ban
(5.88%)
153 total votes
June 22, 2008
Are you a geocacher?
What is a geocacher?
(31.43%)
No
(41.43%)
Yes
(27.14%)
70 total votes


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