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New Saint Leo University Poll Shows Candy, Sweets Top Lenten Sacrifices

Christians, Catholics to Take Part in 40-Day Observance, Poll Indicates

ST. LEO, FL ­– Americans say they will stash the Reese’s Cups and drop their daily Dunkin doughnuts as Lent begins Wednesday (March 6) and they give up candy, sweets, and chocolate for 40 days.

A new Saint Leo University Polling Institute survey shows that 29.2 percent of those who report being Christian […]

By |March 5th, 2019|Institute|0 Comments

Saint Leo University Poll Shows Lower Opinion of Catholic Church

Pope Francis’ Favorability Increases, But Remains Lower Than Last Year

St. LEO – On the heels of a Vatican summit on sexual abuse of minors by clergy, a new Saint Leo University Polling Institute survey shows slightly more than one-third of Americans hold a favorable view of the Catholic Church while more people hold a favorable opinion about Pope Francis than […]

By |March 5th, 2019|Institute|0 Comments

Florida’s New Governor Getting Favorable Reviews Among More than Half of Independents and Strong Majority of Republicans

Governor to speak at start of regular legislative session March 5 in Tallahassee

ST. LEO, FL – Newly elected Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, a Republican, appears to have impressed Florida voters even beyond his party, a recent Saint Leo University Polling Institute survey (http://polls.saintleo.edu) indicates. Nearly 64 percent of those polled between February 16 and February 25 said they strongly approve […]

By |March 4th, 2019|Institute|0 Comments

New Survey from Saint Leo University Tracks How Much the General Public Knows about Human Trafficking

Data shows some people may not be aware they can alert authorities to suspicious situations   

ST. LEO, FL – A recent survey by the Saint Leo University Polling Institute (http://polls.saintleo.edu) found that three-quarters of adults surveyed nationwide believe that human trafficking, or trafficking in persons, is a serious or very serious problem in the United States. Still, broad portions of […]

By |January 10th, 2019|Institute|0 Comments

Disasters and Politics Create Interesting Wrinkles in Floridians’ Charitable Budgets in 2018

About Four in 10 Will Repeat Their Overall 2017 Giving
New Federal Tax Law Has Some Charities On Edge
#Giving Tuesday Still Ahead: November 27

ST. LEO, FL – A new survey of Americans by the Saint Leo University Polling Institute (http://polls.saintleo.edu) suggests some Florida households are changing how much they donate to their usual lists of worthy charities this […]

By |November 15th, 2018|Institute|0 Comments

New Saint Leo Survey Finds Stories of Disasters and Political Races Influenced American Household Charitable Budgets This Year

#Giving Tuesday Holiday Ahead on November 27
About Four in 10 Want to Donate Similar Levels as in 2017
New Tax Law May Still Have Implications

ST. LEO, FL – A new survey of Americans by the Saint Leo University Polling Institute (http://polls.saintleo.edu) suggests some households are changing how much they donate to their usual lists of worthy charities this […]

By |November 15th, 2018|Institute|0 Comments