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Americans favor end to Cuba sanctions

Most Americans want to end sanctions on Cuba, but few are under any illusions that US-Cuba relations are in good shape Cuba, long the sole bastion of Communism in the Western hemisphere, has begun to shed the old trappings of state socialism and move forwards into a new era. The process began after Raul Castro, the brother of Fidel, was appointed to lead Cuba in 2006. Raul Castro has long been known as a supporter of economic reform in Cuba, ... read more


Politics

Political Dynasties: Too much power for one family

Political Dynasties: Too much power for one family image

Politicians from powerful dynasties may be more experienced, but Americans also tend to say that it represents an unfair concentration of power in one family read more

Americans: Equality more important than wealth

Americans: Equality more important than wealth image

Americans tend to say that it is better to be more equal, but potentially poorer, than wealthier but less equal read more


Consumer

Teen clothing: Spring Roundup

Teen clothing: Spring Roundup image

Teen retailers are far behind their general competitors in both parents’ value perception and purchase consideration. Of that struggling teen group, Forever 21 scores the highest on the two measures, followed by Aeropostale and American Eagle. ... read more

Taco Bell and McDonald's breakfast wars are raging

Taco Bell and McDonald's breakfast wars are raging image

The breakfast war is raging and it looks like Taco Bell is winning the opening battle for consumer perception battle over McDonald’s. McDonald’s general impression with fast food eaters has declined over the past two months – potentially driven by ... read more


Life

Is it OK to have someone fired for poor service?

Is it OK to have someone fired for poor service? image

One-third of Americans say that it's acceptable to try and have someone fired for giving poor customer service read more

Americans Spring into their favorite season

Americans Spring into their favorite season image

Springtime is the nation’s most-loved season of the year, and now that the season has sprung, Americans are most looking forward to the warmer weather, plants and wildlife, and the longer days, as well as beginning to think about spring ... read more


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It's Tax Day!

04/15/2014

Most Americans expect to receive a tax refund this year, and are more upset by people who don't pay their fair share than the amount ... read more

Obamacare: Still divisive, still disliked

04/14/2014

The country is still highly divided over Obamacare, with many wanting to repeal it even as half of Democrats want to expand the law The ... read more


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