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National Surveys
Is this the Final Chapter or a New Chapter?
Tuesday, April 27 2010

We still do not know how this story ends.  We could be at the beginning of a new, six-month chapter with voters growing more invested in the country's current course and shifting their thinking about the issues and stakes.  Or we could be locked into this current chapter as a final one full of angry citizens determined to cast their votes against Washington, the elites, Democrats and government.  There is some evidence the former is possible, if the president and Democrats throw themselves behind emergent trends, though there is even more evidence for the latter ending. 

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Mixed Messages on the Deficit
Wednesday, March 31 2010

The federal budget deficit is a growing problem for Americans, with a stream of mixed messages from voters. Most describe it as a crisis - outpacing even unemployment - but there is little consensus on where to cut the fat.

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The Challenge of Getting the Real Economy Right
Thursday, March 11 2010

The biggest challenge facing Democrats in 2010 after passing health care is getting the economy right - and this is even more important than health care. While economic growth is better than contraction and stagnation, it poses immense problems for progressives wanting the support of voters - starting with the growing gap between improving macro-level indicators and lagging micro-level ones, like job and wage growth. There is reason to believe - confirmed by this survey - that progressives are losing many blue collar and non-college voters as elites focus on “economic success."

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The Politics of National Security: A Wake-up Call
Monday, March 08 2010

A new Democracy Corps-Third Way survey provides a wake-up call for President Obama, his party, and progressives on national security. This is the first of what will be a series of jointly conducted, in-depth analyses by Democracy Corps and Third Way of the public's views on national security, and the results are sobering.

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National Survey
Monday, March 01 2010
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National Survey of 1,001 2008 voters nationwide conducted February 20-24, 2010.

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