New Survey for AAF Finds Americans Prefer Shorter Unemployment Insurance Window, and Significant Support for Offsets
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New Survey for AAF Finds Americans Prefer Shorter Unemployment Insurance Window, and Significant Support for Offsets

Offered the choice of unemployment benefits lasting six months or a little over five years, American voters opt overwhelmingly for the pre-2008 recession standard of six months.  In a second question, which is the first we’ve seen to test the choice of extending benefits as is, or offsetting them, a strong majority support offsets. Click […]

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OBAMA AND HIS HEALTH CARE PLAN AIN’T SO HIP ANYMORE

With the success of President Obama’s signature health care law hinging on the hope that young people will enroll through the federal exchange website, it should come as a dire warning to the President and Democrats running in 2014 that young Americans stand in firm opposition to the President and his health care plan. In […]

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Immigration Reform and the California Testing Ground

With the debt ceiling debate and the government shutdown that went with it, and now with the furor created by the health insurance marketplace and the number of Americans losing their existing health coverage as Obamacare ramps up, there has been very little national discourse about immigration reform in recent months.  However, all has not […]

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Mobile Research Series: Picture Capture

Eighty-two percent of cell phone owners now use their phones to take pictures. The mobile survey application harnesses these capabilities to create what is akin to a visual verbatim. Respondents are able to use a picture they take from their phone or tablet to respond to any number of questions, creating a visual response not […]

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Mobile Research Series: Bumper Stickers

One of the key features of the mobile application is multi-media testing not available in traditional telephone surveys. We utilized this feature to test an array of bumper stickers to see which stickers Americans would be most likely to put on their car. Other potential uses for this feature: Head to head comparisons of print […]

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