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Five Years after Katrina, Most Say Nation Is Not Better Prepared: Progress Seen in New Orleans, Gulf Rebuilding
von Kohut, Andrew; Doherty, Carroll
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press 2010.

...Five years after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans and the Gulf Coast, a majority of Americans (57%) say that the nation is no better prepared for hurricanes and other natural disasters than it...

Americans Spending More Time Following the News: Ideological News Sources -- Who Watches and Why
von Kohut, Andrew; Doherty, Carroll; Dimock, Michael; Keeter, Scott
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press 2010.

...There are many more ways to get the news these days, and as a consequence Americans are spending more time with the news than over much of the past decade. Digital platforms are playing a larger role ...

Distrust, Discontent, Anger and Partisan Rancor: The People and Their Government
von Kohut, Andrew; Doherty, Carroll; Dimock, Michael; Keeter, Scott
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press 2010.

...By almost every conceivable measure Americans are less positive and more critical of government these days. A new Pew Research Center survey finds a perfect storm of conditions associated with distrus...

Gloomy Americans Bash Congress, Are Divided on Obama: Health Care Reform -- Can't Live with It, or without It
von Kohut, Andrew; Doherty, Carroll; Dimock, Michael; Keeter, Scott
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press 2010.

...As the day of reckoning for health care reform approaches, Americans have little to cheer about. Nearly everyone (92%) gives the national economy a negative rating; Closer to home, 85% say that jobs a...

Independents Oppose Party in Power ... Again: More Conservative, More Critical of National Conditions
von Kohut, Andrew; Doherty, Carroll; Dimock, Michael; Keeter, Scott
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press 2010.

...For the third national election in a row, independent voters may be poised to vote out the party in power. The Republican Party holds a significant edge in preferences for the upcoming congressional e...

Midterm Election Challenges for Both Parties: Obama's Ratings Are Flat, Wall Street's Are Abysmal
von Kohut, Andrew; Doherty, Carroll; Dimock, Michael; Keeter, Scott
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press 2010.

...Nine months ahead of the midterm elections, voters have conflicted attitudes about both political parties. Opinions of the Republican Party have improved significantly, and for the first time in years...

Obama's Ratings Little Affected by Recent Turmoil: Growing Opposition to Increased Offshore Drilling
von Kohut, Andrew; Doherty, Carroll; Dimock, Michael; Keeter, Scott
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press 2010.

...Since the beginning of this year, President Obama has signed a controversial health care measure, coped with a stubbornly high jobless rate, and struggled to manage the largest environmental disaster ...

Pessimistic Public Doubts Effectiveness of Stimulus, TARP: Republicans Draw Even with Democrats on Most Issues
von Kohut, Andrew; Doherty, Carroll; Dimock, Michael; Keeter, Scott
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press 2010.

...The public remains doggedly downbeat about the condition of the national economy, even as many experts and economists see signs of recovery. As has been the case for most of the past two years, about ...

Public Divided over State, Local Laws Banning Handguns: Since 2008, Increased Support for Gun Rights
von Kohut, Andrew; Doherty, Carroll; Dimock, Michael; Keeter, Scott
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press 2010.

...The public is divided over whether state and local governments should be able to pass laws banning the sale and possession of handguns. The Supreme Court is expected to rule in the next few months on ...

Public Sees a Future Full of Promise and Peril: Life in 2050; Amazing Science, Familiar Threats
von Kohut, Andrew; Doherty, Carroll; Dimock, Michael; Keeter, Scott
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press 2010.

...Imagine a future in which cancer becomes a memory, ordinary people travel in space, and computers carry on conversations like humans. Now imagine a darker future, a world beset by war, rising temperat...

Public Support for Legalizing Medical Marijuana: Modest Rise in Percentage Favoring General Legalization
von Kohut, Andrew; Doherty, Carroll; Dimock, Michael; Keeter, Scott
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press 2010.

...With a growing number of states moving to legalize medical marijuana, nearly three-quarters of Americans (73%) say they favor their state allowing the sale and use of marijuana for medical purposes if...

"Socialism" Not So Negative, "Capitalism" Not So Positive: A Political Rhetoric Test
von Kohut, Andrew; Doherty, Carroll; Dimock, Michael; Keeter, Scott
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press 2010.

..."Socialism" is a negative for most Americans, but certainly not all Americans. "Capitalism" is regarded positively by a majority of the public, though it is a thin majority, and there are certain segm...

Voters Rate the Parties' Ideologies: Dems Viewed as Farther from Political Center than Is GOP
von Kohut, Andrew; Doherty, Carroll; Dimock, Michael; Keeter, Scott
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press 2010.

...In broad terms, voters view the Democratic Party's ideology as the opposite of the Republican Party's: 58% say the Democratic Party is either very liberal or liberal while 56% say the GOP is either ve...

Voting Intentions Even, Turnout Indicators Favor GOP: Older Americans Eager to Vote ... Republican, That Is
von Kohut, Andrew; Doherty, Carroll; Dimock, Michael; Keeter, Scott
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press 2010.

...With four months to go before Election Day, voting intentions for the House remain closely divided, and neither party has gained or lost much ground over the course of 2010. Republicans, however, are ...

With Growing Awareness of Census, Most Ready to Fill Out Forms: Age and Education, not Partisanship, Factors in Participation
von Kohut, Andrew; Doherty, Carroll; Dimock, Michael; Keeter, Scott
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press 2010.

...As forms for the 2010 US Census arrive in households across the nation this week, a new Pew Research Center survey finds nearly universal awareness of the census, with 94% of Americans saying they hav...

Few Say Religion Shapes Immigration, Environment Views
von Kohut, Andrew; Keeter, Scott; Doherty, Carroll; Dimock, Michael
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press 2010.

...Many Americans continue to say their religious beliefs have been highly influential in shaping their views about social issues, including abortion and same-sex marriage, but far fewer cite religion as...

Growing Number of Americans Say Obama is a Muslim: Results from the 2010 Annual Religion and Public Life Survey
von Kohut, Andrew; Keeter, Scott; Doherty, Carroll; Dimock, Michael
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press 2010.

...A new national survey by the Pew Research Center finds that nearly one-in-five Americans (18%) now say Obama is a Muslim, up from 11% in March 2009. Only about one-third of adults (34%) say Obama is a...

Public Remains Conflicted over Islam: NYC Mosque Opposed, Muslims' Right to Build Mosques Favored
von Kohut, Andrew; Keeter, Scott; Doherty, Carroll; Dimock, Michael
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press 2010.

...An August 2010 poll finds that opinions about Islam are less favorable than in the summer of 2005. Currently, 30% say they have a favorable opinion of Islam while slightly more (38%) have an unfavorab...

Support for Same-Sex Marriage Edges Upward: Majority Continues to Favor Gays Serving Openly in Military
von Kohut, Andrew; Keeter, Scott; Doherty, Carroll; Dimock, Michael
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press 2010.

...Polls this year have found that more Americans favor allowing gays and lesbians to marry legally than did so just last year. In two polls conducted over the past few months, based on interviews with m...

More See "Too Much" Religious Talk by Politicians: Santorum Voters Disagree
von Kohut, Andrew; Doherty, Carroll; Dimock, Michael; Smith, Gregory; Funk, Cary
Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life 2012.

...A new survey finds signs of public uneasiness with the mixing of religion and politics. The number of people who say there has been too much religious talk by political leaders stands at an all-time h...

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