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Looking back at Bill Clinton's presidency image

Looking back at Bill Clinton's presidency

Bill Clinton's popularity is rooted in high favorables with non-Democrats and a positive economic legacy Bill Clinton remains the most popular living ex-president.  In an era when poll answers frequently can be predicted by which party a person identifies with, Bill Clinton receives high marks from both independents and Democrats.  Even one in three Republicans thinks well of him.  In the latest Economist/YouGov Poll, nearly twice as many adults have a favorable as an unfavorable view of the former president. ... read more


Politics

Full results: The Economist / YouGov Poll - August 23-35, 2014

Click here to go to YouGov's analysis of these findings.  read more

Most oppose paying kids to stay in school

Most oppose paying kids to stay in school image

Most Americans oppose using cash payments to encourage low-income students to stay in school, with even Democrats tending to oppose attendance stipdends read more


Consumer

Burger King’s Target Tim Hortons: High Quality And Value But Low Awareness

Burger King’s Target Tim Hortons: High Quality And Value But Low Awareness image

In acquiring Canadian-headquartered coffee shop chain Tim Hortons, Burger King gets a chain with high marks in value and quality perception but less than a third of the brand awareness of its U.S. rivals. With 866 outlets in the U.S., ... read more

Despite increases in hacking, Americans still don't change passwords enough

Despite increases in hacking, Americans still don't change passwords enough image

Despite increased concern about Internet security only 62% of Americans have changed the password on their personal email account in the past year, 53% have updated their online banking password and fewer than half have updated their social media passwords ... read more


Life

In America, we still love our cars

In America, we still love our cars image

Most Americans really like or even love their cars, while most car owners think of their car as being either a man or a woman read more

Labor Day: 'Not enough recognition' for ordinary workers

Labor Day: 'Not enough recognition' for ordinary workers image

Americans overwhelmingly think that ordinary workers don't get enough recognition for their work, though most still think that the US is a good place to be a worker read more


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Looking back at Bill Clinton's presidency

09/02/2014

Bill Clinton's popularity is rooted in high favorables with non-Democrats and a positive economic legacy Bill Clinton remains the most popular living ex-president.  In an ... read more

Public: Don't limit subsidies to state exchanges

08/28/2014

Americans tend to say that health insurance subsidies should be available on federal exchanges, and most support the idea of subsidies in principle What is ... read more


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