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The comments above are not relevant to this website. They are relevant to congressionalmonitor.com. That is why people are confused as to what this has to do with Israel and Palestine. It doesn't have anything to do with that, as the survey and congressionalmonitor.org are not affiliated in any way.
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My significant other just got the latest poll. I advised him to toss it. Questions are clearly structured to further a specific agenda; not one I support. No info. on line about this organization except their own, very vague, website. Creepy!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Received a survey from Congressional Monitor, found the questions to be strangely worded and awkward. Several questions didn't offer me the opportunity to express my views on the question.
Also found it strange that it was really difficult to get information about this organization. How does that happen in the world of Google??
Why would they need my phone numbers if they're gathering info for Congress members?
Decided to throw it out when I couldn't discern who's behind this outfit.
7 of 8 people found this review helpful
Yes, this survey seems designed to support a conservative agenda and that is reprehensible. It is from a for-profit group and will track you as an individual.
Worst question/answer on gun control = limit large clips? Limit what, size? number? But, not limit the guns?
The constitution never meant for today's firepower to be in the hands of civilians (sane or otherwise).
5 of 15 people found this review helpful
Polls are not quite "push polls", but many questions are pathetically written, eliminating any chance at honest answers--or real choices.
Example: "what is the best course for immigration reform?
Choices: a. Add national guard support...
b. Return unaccompanied minors to their home countries (this is actually already policy--but verification that they will not just be trafficked or otherwise abused)
c. Legislate that the FAA allow drones to monitor the border. (if military, including border patrol, no new legislation is needed, certainly not FAA)
d. All of the above.
No chance to request "none of the above" or pass the existing comprehensive reform measure or select some, but not all.
I threw my poll out.
12 of 14 people found this review helpful
I feel the same as robert. I can not answer a couple of those due to my objection to the answers. I guess I just toss it away.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
Not very happy with the recent survey sent by Congressional Monitor. How are these questions relevant to Israel and Palestine?
Several of the questions offer only conservative solutions. Question 4 and 5. The other questions are narrow in scope. Answering the survey will present a skewed perception of American attitudes and beliefs. This survey seems designed to support a conservative agenda and that is reprehensible.
6 of 8 people found this review helpful
A congress is a formal meeting of the representatives of different nations, constituent states, independent organizations, or groups. The term was chosen for the United States Congress to emphasize the status of each state represented there as a self-governing unit. read more
Important pages are Congressional Monitor, Search The Database and Frequently Asked Questions. In the following table you'll find the 10 most important pages of Congressionalmonitor.org:
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|2.||Search the Database||/search.aspx|
|3.||Frequently Asked Questions||/faqs.aspx|
|4.||Journal of Palestine Studies||/current&jid=1|
|5.||What is the Congressional Monitor Database?||/faqs.aspx#1-1|
|6.||Why have a database on legislation passed by the U.S. Congress on IsraelPalestine?||/faqs.aspx#1-3|
|7.||What information does the||/faqs.aspx#1-2|
|8.||How do I search the Congressional||/faqs.aspx#1-4|
|9.||What is the role of Congress in the||/faqs.aspx#2-10|
|10.||What is a bill?||/faqs.aspx#3-16|
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