What Was–and Wasn't on the Public's Mind… And How Opinions Changed During 2005
Click (above) to read the full details how on some issues, notably presidential popularity and the Iraq war, attitudinal trends strengthened even as public attention to related news subsided from previous highs. In other cases, notably the disastrous Gulf Coast hurricanes, events evoked intense public interest while also feeding into an undercurrent of shifting opinion about national priorities.
Wal-Mart a Good Place to Shop But Some Critics Too
Holiday Greeting Flap: Ho, Ho, Hum - read this research and you'll see why Bill O'Reilly decided to run with it. His instincts on this one were right on target.
The Pew Research Center for the People and the Press in Washington, DC tracks attitudes and perceptual trends globally. Phone: 202.419.4350, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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