The Polling Unit: Archives 2000

 Feb. 23 — Confidence Holds Steady, Curbing Recent Decline

 Feb. 21 — Happy Birthday, Abe!

 Feb. 17 — Perception vs. Experience in Racial Discrimination

 Feb. 16 — Confidence Dips, but Remains Strong

 Feb. 15 — Is This Campaign Exciting or What? Half the Public Chooses the Latter

 Feb. 9 — Confidence Strong and Steady

 Feb. 8 — Most Americans Support Returning Elian Gonzalez

 Feb. 7 — A Stumble in the Bush Coronation: Tight Races in S.C. and Nationally

 Feb. 3 — Most Unworried about Privacy, but Want Greater Restrictions

 Feb. 2 — Confidence Still is Booming as Expansion Hits 107th Month

January 2000

 Jan. 27 — Public to Clinton: Nice Job. See Ya.

 Jan. 26 — Americans Divided over Religious Discussion in Presidential Race

 Jan. 26 — Confidence Dips Slightly from Last Week's Record

 Jan. 19 — Confidence Surges to Another Record

 Jan. 19 — Death vs Life in Prison: A Split Decision

 Jan. 18 — Memo to Buchanan: Conservatives are Annoyed

 Jan. 12 — Let the Good Times Roll: Confidence Sets Record High

 Jan. 17 — A Pair of Jabs for G.W. Bush from McCain and Gore Alike

 Jan. 10 — Majority Backs INS Decision to Return Boy to Cuba

 Jan. 5 — Starting the New Year Right: Consumer Confidence is Up

 Jan. 3 — Online Shopping: You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet

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