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A majority of people in the D.C. metro area think a failure to avert the "fiscal cliff" will negatively affect the local economy, but many don't believe it will hurt them personally, a new WTOP Beltway Poll finds.
Most Washington area residents believe the White House and Republicans in Congress will reach an agreement to avert the fiscal cliff, but they strongly want lawmakers to compromise, according to a new WTOP Beltway Poll.
The Orioles had been Washington's home team for three decades, but a WTOP Beltway Poll indicate Washingtonian's have given their hearts to the Nats.
While most Maryland residents support gay marriage, they are sharply divided over casino expansion according to a new WTOP Beltway Poll.
President Barack Obama holds a 50 percent to 42 percent lead over Republican Mitt Romney heading into the presidential election in voter-rich Northern Virginia, a new WTOP Beltway Poll finds.
It's a near even split on which candidate Northern Virginia voters would choose between President Barack Obama and former Governor Mitt Romney according to the WTOP Beltway Poll, conducted by Heart+Mind Strategies.
After every major power outage, there's a call to bury electric lines. The latest WTOP Beltway Poll shows which utility customers favor that move the most.
The latest WTOP Beltway Poll shows that 88 percent of customers continued to remain satisfied with their electric utility after the June derecho.
Pepco customers who lost power in the wake of the June 29 derecho are much more critical of their utility's performance than customers of other major utilities who were left in the dark, according to a new WTOP Beltway Poll.
Fifty-five percent of respondents believe there is widespread abuse in the federal government, according to the poll conducted by Heart+Mind Strategies between May 11 and May 18. Two- thirds of those polled, however, say their view of federal workers hasn't been further dampened by Secret Service agents soliciting prostitutes while on duty in Colombia or lavish spending at a General Services Administration conference in Las Vegas.