Welcome to the beautiful month of November known for two of America's most revered traditions, Thanksgiving and elections. It has been said that it is best to avoid discussing religion and politics among polite company, but the 60 Minutes/Vanity Fair Poll has never shied away from controversial subjects, especially those that can ignite such emotional opinions and discourse.
In deference to the impending election, this month's poll begins with a question about politics and it ends with a question on how Americans view religion. Despite the fact that Thanksgiving is a non-denominational holiday, most Americans find it to be a good time to reflect on and be thankful for the many wonderful blessings and freedoms we share. (Whoops, please forgive the religious/ political allusions).
And now the results please...
Nearly four in ten Americans voted for the "one and done" option for the number of terms the president has earned thus far. Twenty six percent believe he deserves "four more years" already. The final one third of Americans that will swing the decision in either direction are not sure yet. It appears that the president still has two years left on the clock to persuade those who are undecided that he is deserving of a second term.