Commentary

2011 Commentaries

December 20, 2011
In 2007, Mood Just Beginning to Sour, Democrats Better Regarded
Public Opinion Four Years Ago


October 19, 2011
Public and 'Occupy Wall Street' Movement Agree on Key Issues


October 7, 2011
Tea Party on Foreign Policy: Strong on Defense and Israel, Tough on China


July 5, 2011
Are Republicans Ready Now for a Mormon President?
The Polls Show Trouble
by Carroll Doherty, Associate Director, Pew Research Center for the People & Press
Special to the New York Times


June 30, 2011
U.S. Seen as Among the Greatest Nations, But Not Superior to All Others
America's Global Standing


June 20, 2011
Ideological Chasm Over Interpreting Constitution
More from the Political Typology


June 16, 2011
In Shift from Bush Era, More Conservatives Say "Come Home, America"


May 26, 2011
'Staunch Conservatives' Are Wary of Wall Street
More From The Political Typology


May 16, 2011
When Private Lives Become Public
by Andrew Kohut, President, Pew Research Center
Special to the New York Times


May 13, 2011
Most Say Homosexuality Should Be Accepted By Society


May 11, 2011
Bush Lost Battle Over the Surplus, But Won Tax Cut War
Public Opinion History


April 12, 2011
The Deficit Debate: Where the Public Stands


April 8, 2011
Tea Party: Better Known, Less Popular
More Negative Views Among Independents, Moderate Republicans


March 11, 2011
The Elusive 90% Solution


March 7, 2011
Who's Winning the Fight Over Public-Employee Unions?
by Scott Keeter, Director of Survey Research, Pew Research Center
Special to the Washington Post


February 22, 2011
In Showdown with Air Traffic Controllers, the Public Sided with Reagan
Public Opinion History


February 11, 2011
Tea Party's Hard Line on Spending Divides GOP


February 4, 2011
Historically, Public Has Given Low Priority to Promoting Democracy Overseas


January 13, 2011
Views of Gun Control -- A Detailed Demographic Breakdown


January 13, 2011
Friend or Foe? How Americans See China
by Andrew Kohut, President, Pew Research Center
Special to The Wall Street Journal


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