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Most Americans say insurance should pay for birth control, but opinion on the matter differs sharply by gender, a trait which does not affect some other reproductive issues Over the past few years, one controversy regarding President Obama's healthcare insurance reforms has been whether employer-provided health insurance should be required ...
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(Week of 6/15/2013)  Former President Bill Clinton and former Senator and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton remain more popular than the current President – and more popular than any Congressional leader. In this week’s Economist/YouGov Poll, more than half rate each of the Clintons favorably, more than the number that ...
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(Week of 6/15/2013)  After the Supreme Court handed down its decision last year that the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) was constitutional, many Republicans backed away from support of the Supreme Court – and of its Chief Justice, John Roberts. This week’s Economist/YouGov Poll finds that – at least prior to ...
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(Week of 6/15/2013)  Americans have mixed opinions about Edward Snowden, the government contractor who leaked information about government collection of phone and computer records. But the latest Economist/YouGov Poll finds that the public sides with him on a number of items – doubting the government’s honesty on the subject, and ...
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