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National Survey on Consumer Sentiment toward the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)
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John Zogby, our grader and pollster, says President Obama took a hit on his goal of bringing more Syrian refugees to the U.S. after Republicans, with help from 47 Democrats in the House, voted to limit the president's plan.
CBS should be congratulated for hosting and moderating a debate under very difficult circumstances. John Dickerson and his colleagues offered a balance between the tragedy in Paris and the need to discuss the other pressing issues that had to be addressed. They benefited by having only three candidates to deal with and a tone by both moderates and candidates who were respectful to each other and to the public.
President Obama gets a good grade on his weekly report card for spelling out an aggressive new lame duck agenda and having the good luck of the military strike on the infamous "Jihadi John," says our grader and pollster John Zogby.