The Polling Unit: Archives 2000

December 2000

 Dec. 27 — Ratings of the Buying Climate Their Lowest in Three Years

 Dec. 17 — A Mandate for Bush: Election System Reform

 Dec. 14 — Praise for Gore's Departure; Next: Bipartisanship, and Election Reform

 Dec. 13 — Confidence Dips to Five-Month Low

 Dec. 10 — Half Now See "Serious Problems" in the System of Electing a President

 Dec. 6 — Americans Plan to Spend Slightly Less this Holiday Season

 Dec. 3 — Bush Keeps the Edge in Public Opinion

November 2000

 Nov. 29 — Buying Climate Still Cool

 Nov. 22 — Buying Climate Cooler in 2000 Holiday Season

 Nov. 20 — Two-Thirds Take the Lesson That Every Vote Does Count

 Nov. 16 — More Favor Handcounts But Most Just Want It Over

 Nov. 15 — Confidence Stays Strong Despite Election Uncertainty

 Nov. 6 — Hard-Fought Election Stays Close to the End

 Nov. 5 — Bush's Ratings Stay High for Honesty and Character

 Nov. 5 — DUI: Long Ago, Far Away, No Effect

 Nov. 3 — DUI a Non-Issue for Bush's Backers -- and Even for Most of Gore's

 Nov. 3 — In Presidential Choices, Character Clearly Counts

 Nov. 2 — Gore's Strongest on Health Care, But It's Not a Top-Ranked Issue

 Nov. 1 — Confidence Cools to Three-Month Low

 Nov. 1 — New Kind of Republican Relies on an Old GOP Issue

October 2000

 Oct. 31 — Bush +3 in a Close Race; A Question Mark by Nader

 Oct. 30 — Presidential Race in a Dead Heat, with 1 in 10 Still Changeable

 Oct. 29 — Gore Gets Little Help from the Economy

 Oct. 29 — Democratic Stalwarts Keep Gore in the Race

 Oct. 27 — Bush Improves on Issues, Encroaching on Gore's Turf

 Oct. 26 — A Yankee's Three-Part? More Americans Hope Not

 Oct. 26 — Nader Supporters:Half Could Bail

 Oct. 25 — Bush Passes Muster ion Experience, Intellect

 Oct. 25 — Confidence Steady as Election Approaches

 Oct. 23 — Men and Women Take Different Forks in the Road

 Oct. 23 — Fresh Start or Stay the Course? It's a Dead Heat; So is the Race

 Oct. 22 — Bush Holds an Edge in Strength of Support

 Oct. 22 — Vote Choices Among Women Look Increasingly Critical

 Oct. 20 — Bush Leads Among Independents; Runs Even with Women

 Oct. 19 — Big-Government Charge Resonates with Voters

 Oct. 18 — Plenty of Blame for Oil Prices

 Oct. 18 — Strength in His Base Gives Bush a Lead

 Oct. 17 — Public isn't Clamoring for School Vouchers

 Oct. 17 — Gore Ties with a Tough Audience and Wins It Among Independents

 Oct. 16 — A Slight Edge to G.W. Bush as Credibility Wanes Mutually

 Oct. 14 — Clinton in 2000?

 Oct. 11 — Second Debate: Bush Takes It

 Oct. 11 — Confidence Stays Afloat

 Oct. 10 — Bush Shows Improvement; the Race Remains Close

 Oct. 5 — Veep Debate: We Have a Winner

 Oct. 4 — Confidence Stands Pat

 Oct. 3 — Rating the Debate: Another Dead Heat

 Oct. 2 — Two Candidates in Lockstep on the Brink of the Debates

September 2000

 Sept. 27 — One in Eight Uses the 'Net to Follow Campaign '00

 Sept. 27 — Confidence Pulls Back

 Sept. 20 — Criticisms of Corporations Resonates with the Public

 Sept. 20 — On Tap: Americans Rate Water High Quality

 Sept. 20 — Gore Still Doesn't Get Credit for the Economy

 Sept. 13 — Economy Not Cooling

 Sept. 13 — Public Sharply Divides Over RU-486

 Sept. 7 — A Dead Heat in Vote Preference, but Advantage to Gore on Issues

 Sept. 6 — Confidence Continues Hot Streak

August 2000

 Aug. 30 — A Sunny August for Consumer Confidence

 Aug. 29 — Social Security Surpasses Tax Cut in Public's Spending Priorities

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