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Once one of America's most respected -- managers and professionals.
There's a winner of the coveted Washington Post crystal ball award for being the most accurate pundit.
I'm reading from the jacket -- it is.
Your book it's obvious -- -- -- a -- in spite of his appearance on this program.
What Americans really want real.
The truth about our hopes dreams and -- -- more programs in the morning program.
A friend last -- those lumps I've wanted to do this for years you know I've been on the radio together that never -- -- TV -- I just can't believe that the insurance it's it's you when you say something in the morning people talk about it in the afternoon -- I don't know what more can ask for adjustable so.
Now all I know you've done -- hundreds of times but if I walk away and wondered talking.
It means a couple things -- trying to see what time Clinton's.
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Wolf for the last couple courses are you all on the Republican.
Pollster or -- -- -- asked that question this book is nonpartisan nonpolitical or senator I don't about it just not even original question.
Miles on every question is good to infect the answer may not be effective but the question always look at all -- Obviously had a secretary of the -- and I don't always avoided or pull your -- But I I have advised Republicans in the past to work for the mayor of this city Mike Bloomberg back in 2001 regionally on it.
For Newt Gingrich and but I basically stop doing politics about 56 years ago he got tired of it.
And most of our workers -- corporate right here at Fox News on what immune corporate.
Corporate or Anheuser-Busch.
Pepsi lows FedEx American -- or what what Anheuser-Busch and leader.
It had me look at taxation of beer -- and it's the all American drink it it really is something special unique to the culture.
And why should it be taxed to pay for health care plan -- the American people don't want to Anheuser-Busch would come to me to try to understand.
How Americans who feel about their taxes and out of vessel on your ball would -- about what about more -- -- -- that work it's not what you say it's what people here.
And -- -- Lieberman's long list of -- -- on this habit of -- attention span.
-- But off.
Of redemptions among -- in the phrases you -- -- how effective an amicable example death tax rather than estate tax when you think of the states people think of Don Imus you know you think of death.
They think -- you -- -- Did you come up about this now that's in fact there's one that I'm working on right now which is the government takeover of healthcare and the public does support reform.
They do believe that people deserve to be covered but they don't want Washington taking it over.
They don't want government forced insurance or mandates -- -- -- sentence and there are times of a poll.
Christiane how accurate and -- more but I mean they have a sense of how people.
Ball even people who voted for -- -- Obama film on him yes he's numbers he's still personally popular.
The American people -- -- -- -- person and they can relate to him particularly to his wife and family.
But they don't like his policies and what's interesting it's his favorability personal favorability is still in the sixties his job approvals and low fifties but its policies are now in the low forties.
And follow The -- life don't mean just my observation.
Nodded and as a professional -- seemed -- on -- record on -- All and it seems like he's whose it is really enjoy and being president.
But I Obama and I get some sense it doesn't have you may have and other ways during the autism.
He's doing too much one of the greatest.
Findings of what Americans really want really because they know how to sick get that word that the title at least once and is that the American people hates.
The fact that there's no accountability in Washington and they hate wasteful Washington spending Easton about talent up front -- sister book is called what Americans.
-- really want really it's -- Law won four times and -- -- in the title.
Or what marijuana -- ball exactly where we're at where what brittle book paper -- don't want to -- on the program.
Valid program forever and we have to -- going up to windows torrone -- where we want -- so reward your book but it won't.
Thank you for wanting him alone number and a -- and a woman sort of -- this morning.
Because you know what that means money.
No it -- process to and I just know it just -- and -- it's it's all about -- different.
Assume it's all won it but gee I wonder if you're listeners in your viewers know how well you -- your first week here.
On side I'm sure that a compliment all the support and then I'll tell -- again someone who's involved in ratings as someone who knows what the public wants clearly are delivering.
What the public wants a mixture of news information and entertainment I would point out to -- to -- for the before they have to completely shut down sort of Solyndra -- in the morning has had no -- and half the homes that are.
And we're not on Cablevision even in this -- -- that is so that's New Jersey Connecticut.
And Long Island when that happens like Oregon as the mayor there is just or some sort of agreement to manage smartly remarked.
About -- because it's all over the nickname and it words you have personality you know.
But it back to who -- balkanized -- lost track we'll have humans in the book word what Americans really want really.
I'm not -- -- placards with the on how do you know when you're going passes people these questions.
All other questions on from the server in a book yes go -- roadshow.
-- -- -- -- -- you belong to it why should I read the book want to make them make me wanna read.
So okay I'll ask them ask you one question -- and it's a good one which is more important to you guys and the ten commandments with a bill of rights.
Hello bill arrives ten commandments or -- because your religious nuts can't help that Charles of them been -- an all white -- bibles and atop.
A -- and a -- for -- and are not allowed to -- that is -- -- bibles and it while you're welcome.
And we re just love the baby Jesus so much as -- -- -- man but but but then take you.
Digital some beverages is another remind you is that -- -- -- -- -- and old enough strength of fairness Chris yeah I'm making -- with Spanish names Asus.
-- which -- like Jesus was Jewish.
You -- -- -- mentally was thirty then he went into his father's occupation.
His mother thought it was confident that.
And now we can't show -- wherever I don't write the thought of Dartmouth -- perfect sponsor announcement part of -- what Americans really want.
Really -- you and a revered almost.
-- hugged how did you conductor and a resolve who rooted in it -- the interviews -- -- online well with a random sample.
Americans between the ages of eighteen and however -- -- yet it's weighted by census -- to ensure that we got the right population education income age and ethnicity.
And then we took a look at their opinions politically economically and we also took a look at their behavior if you want frightening statistic.
13 of Americans if they lose their jobs are completely out of money in six weeks.
That's where nobody spending on a third of Americans for 34% are afraid of losing their jobs in the next year.
And one out of three have no savings to depend on to whatever what -- of -- -- -- -- -- -- -- suspended and as soon.
They have to tell -- that age that determine who they voted for.
And I am now when I don't know.
Because -- -- it it doesn't at that point you lose the confidentiality.
I have to -- in here everything that we say goes out to the public tour so I'm not gonna ask you certain questions.
But what I'm interviewing you can't be in the survey unless you answer every single question to you and Imelda she he -- yes on television northern rock and if you -- I know they are who they are.
Mobile home they only know where they are based on the email I want to encourage people to participate.
And by the -- -- what I'm saying is if you have their email address that is not completely anonymous.
And we keep I mean.
The email address -- -- -- -- front but I have cancer underworld.
I am OK until I looked damn good thank you but I'm not like a cancer -- you wanna -- inaugural -- -- -- -- -- and contribute to my recovery that's fun.
A lot of them in the makeup is working very well.
I don't just noticing you've got holes in your jacket rather than I mean damn good.
You know a federal somebody shot me he can confidently that's -- -- not but seriously how do you.
So we will pull them and they have to finish every question tonight -- and lasts as long -- twenty minutes at about twenty minutes the average person hangs up or -- -- in my mind if I have to do remind -- -- drugs.
And I'm responded to I don't think it's long you know giving us we've got Gmail address -- rate we -- as well you -- -- tournament.
Yeah so but I don't think it's -- -- so -- so I'm -- answer I -- I'm trying to -- -- if I'm gonna answer on that basis.
You know I -- One of the reasons why promote the fact that -- -- the Washington Post crystal ball award is because I want people to trust the data I want in the feel comfortable what's in here.
It mirrors how they voted in 2008 in mirrors.
Religious attendance that the average -- there 40% of Americans for the church once we can by the way.
Maybe if you want statistic here.
If you -- once today and go to church or temple once a week and you're happier healthier spend more time in your family.
Happier with your employment situation and more optimistic about the future there's no mention -- under tournament -- -- It's helping other people.
By and if you're religious -- they're more likely to -- -- you are more likely.
I'm not religious and I've found on almost a 100% of my time or through -- shoulder catch hamburger from a fraction of Moscow sought -- -- see an anomaly.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- But I do think that when you talk to people just my own expressed.
People who help other people like Charles and his -- if they they they get a good or -- all -- soup -- soft -- up -- you're -- chargers on the agreement yes.
-- -- -- why would you want.
Is because what do you know who I am -- -- point out is you know what I am there's no anonymity here and I'm going to lie to but I do know one thing.
Jesus if he could we're going to Barnes & Noble dot com and about what America.
Really want to really why would you don't have -- spears was -- -- Amazon didn't discount the darn book that's quite different dynamic random and I just mental block I don't want just a bit -- -- -- booked on the council under rebel yes support is great that is -- Now Barnes & Noble doesn't have -- -- -- -- -- a couple of keyboard.
Results of downside of Templeton.
It's black and white collar this matter to me -- what's going to -- -- blue blue blue world where compliment do you do you Barnes and aren't looking.
I saw one of the questions -- the economy and -- minister sponsors on the over to check conference and Alvarado.
I want our volunteer they advertise here -- Wal-Mart.
I don't know.
You have to advertise that one -- -- that -- -- -- Wal-Mart for farmers and no you don't.
No I don't think that is because they closed down you know while we all want to win floors on a couple of residential.
And I thought well log rolls down on the corner and -- -- -- the legal so yes I guess I don't care is so I did.
And on Glenn fry came and video but -- -- how -- boarded up.
You don't want -- Arizona's boarded up yes because eagles' song stop selling in the amount of money no because the Wal-Mart.
-- local businesses that are.
And when players all all boarded up and not an outside of town there is there's a wal mart's almost up -- and probably jumped toxic junk made in China so.
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-- -- -- -- -- The -- what are you doing -- Oval Office items.
Having a book party tonight from doing speech a bunch of doctors tomorrow and it worked for diamond resorts which is the world's finest vacation ownership company.
In the world wants Emma Watson -- saw 101 that was shows -- wrong.
That is right -- to the election.
And you were burned because you -- -- of some news of those on long.
Two years ago.
So close and make it a little while -- general wants to resorted to an announcement some Goldman's.
So you like Goldman for what and I thought woman woman what -- -- -- I love Vegas Olympics because you people from all fifty states.
You rich and -- walking side by side.
He people who drink a lot of people who stay -- people gamble people who don't.
It is a hodgepodge of America in that town as a revenue -- as you conduct additional all of these this success you -- journal -- things.
You couldn't have been.
You Maria -- -- your -- I don't know I don't don't -- don't get -- -- -- -- brought but I do you revealed a month later.
-- -- -- -- -- Not a valid and Iowa and in -- I worked -- -- and it's it's a very simple answer I weren't last night I was invited to the Monty Python reunion got a chance to me all the guys.
Went to the party afterward and I left after five minutes because had to go home and finish that analysis for Iraq for this company from these court -- and so.
Got to change my priorities and doesn't do it right here right now.
-- -- after people go out and buy what Americans really want a -- What does that is there any prospects on the but it.
Maybe the show can set it up -- them and -- -- that your audience might be a little older who.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- But I don't know if -- and a then I'm set normal and I'll give up my email -- frowned on -- -- -- -- younger women don't resemble you know we do but I'll do.
Because that's what I want to know what older men really want to really yeah.
-- not to -- what Americans really want earlier rather delightful -- for a muscular proposal as the -- for a and I'll be delighted Japan.
I don't know how portable.
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