Polling data on Americans’ latest perceptions of the UAW and WGA strikes, as well as attitudes on the broader labor movement and how the parties fare on labor issues.
Most Americans Think a Government Shutdown Would Negatively Impact Seniors on Social Security and MedicareThursday, September 28, 2023
Polling data on Americans’ latest attitudes towards the looming government shutdown, including levels of awareness and who’s to blame.
Polling data on Americans’ attitudes towards a government shutdown, including who they would blame between Biden/Democrats in Congress, and Republicans in Congress.
Polling data on Americans’ latest perceptions of labor unions.
Polling data on how Americans view the Inflation Reduction Act one year after its passage.
Polling data on American’s latest perceptions of a possible government shutdown in the fall, as well as messaging guidance on the most convincing reasons to avoid a shutdown.
Polling data on American’s latest perceptions of the Inflation Reduction Act leading up to the one-year anniversary of its enactment.
The Most Convincing Reasons to Support Biden’s Economic Agenda Focus on Helping Families and Seniors Afford Health CareThursday, July 13, 2023
Polling data on American’s latest perceptions on the economy, including their personal financial situations.
Polling data on the latest perceptions on the state of the economy, including Americans’ support for taxing the rich to reduce the deficit.
Focus Group Report: Perceptions of the Economy among independents and soft partisans in Arizona, Wisconsin, and upstate New YorkThursday, June 22, 2023
Findings from a focus group that focused on perceptions of the economy in Arizona, Wisconsin, and upstate New York.
Polling data on Americans’ views towards paid leave, their workplace, and the Family and Medical Insurance Leave Act
Polling data on Americans’ views towards raising the debt ceiling, the possibility of default, and who they blame for the potential crisis.
Americans Overwhelmingly Prefer To Reduce The Deficit By Raising Taxes On The Wealthy And Corporations Over Cutting Programs Like Social Security And Medicare
Perceptions of the default threat, including the strong preference of raising taxes on the wealthy and corporations to reduce the deficit, and opposition to the latest budget plan introduced by House Republicans.
Two in three Americans believe it is worse for the country to default on national debt than raise the debt ceiling