Scott W. Rasmussen is founder and President of Rasmussen Reports. He is a political analyst, New York Times bestselling author, public speaker and independent public opinion pollster. The Wall Street Journal describes him as "today's leading insurgent pollster" and "a key player in the contact sport of politics." The Washington Post says Rasmussen is a “driving force in American politics.” Rasmussen speaks regularly at events and with the media, translating poll numbers into meaningful analysis and commentary about current events, underlying trends, and the questions that Americans are curious about. Follow Rasmussen's work at twitter.com/RasmussenPoll or on the Rasmussen Reports Web site.
This book, the result of years of polls and analysis, gives hope that we can solve our problems stemming from too much government intervention in our lives and the unintended... Read morePublished on May 10, 2011 by CuriousOne
Fast read. Good information explained briefly.
In some ways we can be pictured as a "Sports Bar" nation. Shouting at our friends without listening to them. Read more
On TV, Scott Rasmussen is wise and insightful, and his polls are usually closer than anybody. However, this thin book which I breezed through in 10 minutes is a series of... Read morePublished on July 4, 2010 by Robert Fretz
I was kind of surprised that a book written by Scott Rasmussen was so light in backup material. Perhaps I wrongly suspected that the book would have used some statistics gathered... Read morePublished on April 19, 2010 by J. Grant Bristow
Mr. Rasmussen created a concise explanation, based on his experience and his surveys, of the American experiment in self-governance, the threats to its continuance, and what can be... Read morePublished on March 29, 2010 by Earl P. Chantrill
Scott Rasmussen's timely book is must reading. His short 76-page book misses nothing as he defines The Search, The Threat(s), and How we must save Self-Governance. Read morePublished on March 28, 2010 by E. Oxner
Scott aims directly at the heart of the dissatisfaction that Americans have with their political system now. Read morePublished on March 19, 2010 by Peter Parker
Scott hits the nail right on the head with this one and his words could not be more true. Regular citizens don't have a history of following politics much, only right before... Read morePublished on March 18, 2010 by R. Thomas