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Sunday, October 31, 2010 10:35 AM

Happy Halloween: Pumpkins from Readers and Surveys about Ghosts

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Thought you might appreciate this, I carved the scariest thing I could think of this year into my pumpkin.

In a salute to Bernanke and the Fed, FRB stands for Fractional Reserve Banking, and QEII is Quantitative Easing round II.

27% Believe in Ghosts

A Rasmussen poll shows that 27% Believe in Ghosts
Twenty-seven percent (27%) of Americans say they believe in ghosts, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey. Sixty-three percent (63%) don't, but another 10% aren't sure.

Belief in ghosts is up slightly from a year ago, when 23% thought they were real.

Men under 40 claim to believe in spirits more than their elders. Unmarried adults tend to think ghosts exist more than those who are married.

Maybe it's just because of the news this election year, but Democrats are twice as likely as Republicans to believe in ghosts.
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