In a previous post I reported the precipitous drop in public perceptions that Hillary Clinton is “honest and straight-forward” as measured by the NBC News/Wall Street Journal survey.
The Grateful Dead’s “Fare Thee Well” tour ends a 50 year run for the band with three final shows this weekend at Chicago’s Soldier Field.
Pope Francis is a beloved figure. In the March 2015 WSJ/NBC News poll 74% of Catholics reported a positive opinion of him, with just 3% holding a negative view.
Pollsters famously maintain their findings represent attitudes as “a snapshot in time.” But, examining data points over a long period provides a great deal of insight into trends in public opinion.
As Americans begin looking toward the 2016 elections, they say education will be a key factor in determining how they will vote for President. In the February CNN/ORC survey,* more than eight-in-ten (82%) Americans rate this issue as an extremely (40%) or very (42%) important consideration.