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Thee French are not enamored with their president.
Is Hillary responsible for Bill's campaigning?
Should the government do more to stem the crisis?
Do you believe in love at first sight?
The First Lady's approval ratings have dropped.
Neither Clinton nor Obama has a significant edge.
How would you describe your financial situation?
Dissatisfaction with health care is widespread.
Is Iraq an albatross for the Republican nominee?
Just how influential is Hollywood?
Housing prices are likely to fall, Americans say.
Do you want Ralph Nader to run for president?
Obama is gaining an edge among Hispanics.
"...but I'm OK." It's an American mantra.
John McCain has his work cut out for him.
The Democrats' views are remarkably similar.
An unreliable energy supplier but 'a friend.'
Consumers may not have it so bad.
The John Edwards and Al Gore Effects.
The future is rosy for today’s youth.
Clinton faces more national negativity.
They hold double-digit leads over the GOP.
New Yorkers supported his resignation.
Who's joining the office pool?
Was the war a mistake?
Americans support ‘the surge.’
War and the White House.
Americans & the 2nd Amendment.
Opinion breaks down along racial lines.
Inflation rears its head.
Oprah, John McCain, Harry Reid, and more.
Too much? Or more needed?
It's any (wo)man's race.
High prices hurt.
Who we like, and who we don’t.
75 percent say economy 'getting worse.'
The controversy hasn’t hurt Obama’s lead.
How Americans’ views have changed.
Americans doubt the government’s response.
Love conquers all?
Opinion appears to be converging.
Republicans remain most skeptical.
Americans are confident in the Armed Services.
Opinion on the candidates varies widely.
Considerable skepticism remains.
American-Catholic demographics are changing.
Most Americans think it won’t happen soon.
Britain’s Labour Party facing difficulty.
Differences Up and Down the Education Ladder.
How much will it influence voters?
Water, water, everywhere?
Who holds sway in Washington?
Who is tougher against John McCain?
The most common form of campaigning.
McCain criticism has little impact.
Is the UN ready to respond?
Most Americans say Iraq was ‘a mistake.’
Approval ratings of Congress at all-time low.
Class consciousness and the candidates.
Most Americans of all income groups say yes.
Has it taken a turn for the worse?
It’s seen through a partisan lens.
Plurality favors 'major role,' with caveats.
Which television mom comes out on top?
Stewart more popular among young adults.
Japanese attitudes toward the U.S. and China.
Americans don't want to abolish the penny.
Financial worries: today and tomorrow.
Do Americans want to ban animal racing?
Which Americans fell ill?
Most Americans do not support it.
Democrats say Clinton should battle on.
Americans consider its potential impact.
…but don’t send me the bill.
Only 14 percent of Americans are satisfied.
Gas prices may keep more Americans at home.
Americans are still following it closely.
Will the Party's candidate be a spoiler?
Who are they?
How much education did their parents have?
What are their life goals?
She remains popular in exit.
GOP grapples with his low approval ratings.
Most believe it supports gun ownership.
Americans weigh in on moral acceptability.
Where Americans Stand
13% of Americans see it as a litmus issue.
Two-thirds of Americans say it’s a good idea.
Plurality see U.S. as leading economic power.
Americans say it’s an accurate picture.
Income improves, but not 'confidence.'
How Americans feel about Bush and the U.S.
Cell phones, cars, TV, and oil.
Yes—but not in my backyard.
A majority of Americans say it is a threat.
Obama has an edge among swing-vote Catholics.
Most Americans see it as unlikely.
It’s nearing an all-time low.
A bellwether index says yes.
50 percent of Americans say yes.