The poll — which was conducted by Lambert Edwards & Associates and Denno Research — found that 56-percent of the people in Michigan believe that the state is heading in the right direction.
While most holiday movie characters are larger than life, their distinct traits and values, for better or worse, are found around us every day at the workplace.
A recent survey finds Americans by a wide margin prefer the traditional “Merry Christmas” greeting to the non-specific “Happy Holidays.”
People have been known to pass out apples, raisins, pennies and even the dreaded toothbrush.
WWJ’s Roberta Jasina spoke with Walter McNew of Screamers Costumes Superstore who said he sees it all the time — nice girls who want to be naughty for Halloween.
According to a west-coast Christian group, the world is going to end on Friday, October 21. Do you really think the Apocalypse is coming?
Do you believe your teen would use alcohol or marijuana? Most parents in a poll out of C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital seem to think it is only other kids who have a problem.
Two-thirds of Michigan voters want a bipartisan panel to address the federal debt with a combination of spending cuts and tax increases, according to a new poll.
A poll indicates Michigan voters remain disenchanted with the job being done by Gov. Rick Snyder.
Battered by bad economic news, more Michigan voters say the country is on the wrong track and that they’re unhappy with the job being done by President Barack Obama.