The Polling Unit: Archives 1999

December 1999

 Dec. 29 — Consumer Confidence: A Record Year, A Remarkable Decade

 Dec. 27 — Terrorism Concerns Rise, but without Undue Alarm

 Dec. 22 — Confidence Remains High

 Dec. 20 — Most Are Unworried about Threat of Terrorism

 Dec. 16 — N.H. Voters Boost Insurgents - But Does It Translate Nationally?

 Dec. 15 — 'Tis the Season to Spend $869

 Dec. 13 — Plurality Favors Cuban Boy's Return

 Dec. 8 — Off to Work We Go, but Not Too Far

 Dec. 8 — Confidence Approaches Record Levels

 Dec. 7 — Most Will Ring in the New Year from the Comfort of Their Couch

 Dec. 1 — Confidence Puts Public in Buying Mood

November 1999

 Nov. 24 — Confidence Rebounding in Time for the Holidays

 Nov. 22 — Step Aside, Santa: Online Shopping's on the Rise

 Nov. 17 — Confidence Ends Slide

 Nov. 15 — A Passing Grade for Bush on Knowledge of World Affairs

 Nov. 9 — Confidence Slips to Lowest Level in a Year

 Nov. 9 — Confidence Ends October at Year Low

 Nov. 8 — Confidence in Air Safety Remains Aloft

 Nov. 3 — Six in 10 Reject Tobacco Liability

 Nov. 2 — One Year Out, Bush Looks Strong on Issues and Character Alike

October 1999

 Oct. 27 — A Supporting Role for Mrs. Dole?

 Oct. 27 — Slight Slimp in Confidence Continues

 Oct. 24 — Blacks See Greater Racial Discrimination

 Oct. 20 — Slight Slimp in Confidence Continues

 Oct. 19 — Six in 10 Reject Favor Limiting "Soft Money" Donations

 Oct. 14 — Americans by a 2-1 Margin Call Buchanan Too Extreme

 Oct. 13 — The Price of Wealth? $200,000 - or Less

 Oct. 11 — Third-Party Prospects Prompt a Stifled Yawn

 Oct. 3 — Mom, Apple Pie - and a Minimum Wage Increase

 Oct. 6 — Confidence Slips Again - to an 11-Month Low

 Oct. 4 — Approach of the Millennium Brings a Prayer for Peace

 Oct. 1 — Jimmy Carter Improves with Age

September 1999

 Sept. 29 — Confidence Matches Its Low Mark of '99

 Sept. 22 — Low Interest in a Buchanan Quest

 Sept. 22 — Confidence Dips Slightly

 Sept. 15 — Flush Feeling Fuels Spending

 Sept. 13 — Most Suspect a Waco Cover-Up

 Sept. 9 — People to Congress: Walk This Way

 Sept. 8 — Gun Control is Popular, but Not a Top Priority

 Sept. 8 — Confidence Continues Near Record Highs

 Sept. 1 — Individual Investors Undaunted

August 1999

 Aug.25 — Confidence Stays High

 Aug. 23 — Bush and Cocaine Use: The Public Ho-Hums It

 Aug. 18 — Support for Gun Control is High but No Higher

 Aug. 18 — What Budget Surplus?

 Aug. 17 — Beatty for President: Does It Play in Peoria

 Aug. 11 — Confidence Unfazed by Fed Speculation

 Aug. 11 — Bush Still Bests the GOP Field

 Aug. 4 — Tax Cut Deja Vu: Unequal Benefit Seen

 Aug. 4 — Confidence: Steady and High

July 1999

 July 28 — Tax Cut's a 2nd-Tier Issue, $792,000,000,000 or No

 July 28 — Ratings of the Economy Tie Their Record High

 July 21 — Thumbs Down for Now on Virtual Voting

 July 21 — Little Credit to Gore for the Strong Economy

 July 16 — Gore Opens His Campaign Lugging a Heavy Load

 July 14 — Confidence Up a Notch, Inching Closer to Its Record

 July 10 — Response to NATO Pact is Subdued Amid Doubts the Peace Will Last

 July 7 — Retirement Confidence: It's a Question of Cash

June 1999

 June 23 — Confidence Slips Slightly; Still Within Sight of its Record

 June 23 — One in Five Has Shopped Online

 June 16 — Confidence Snaps a Lull

 June 9 — More Find Stocks Safe, Though Most Still See Risks

 June 2 — Confidence Remains in Slight Lull

May 1999

 May 26 — Most Think Economy is Holding Steady or Improving

 May 19 — Confidence Strong, but in a Lull

 May 17 — Declining Manners: Four in 10 Say: *#)^%!

 May 17 — Public Shows Fatigue with Kosovo Conflict

 May 12 — Rubin Leaves a Record of Economic Satisfaction

 May 5 — Confidence Down a Notch; First Quarter Was Strongest Yet

April 1999

 April 27 — Six in 10 Support Kosovo Call-Up, Though Many Question Who's Winning

 April 28 — Expectations High for Summer Vacation Spending

 April 26 — Four in 10 Students Report Potentially Violent Classmates

 April 21 — A Drop in Confidence as Tax Deadline Passes

 April 14 — More Foresee a Chance of a Stock Market Crash

 April 14 — Confidence is Steady Near Its Record High

 April 9 — Support for Action in Kosovo is Tempered by Risks of War

 April 9 — Outraged by the Refugee Crisis, Six in 10 Favor Milosevic's Ouster

 April 5 — Support Rises for Air War; Majority Backs Ground Troops

March 1999

 March 31 — More See U.S. Interests at Stake in Kosovo

 March 29 — Most Still Support NATO Raids on Serbia

 March 26 — Majority Disagrees With Kevorkian Conviction

 March 26 — Majority Now Rallies Behind the Raids on Serbia

 March 24 — Confidence Slips Slightly From Record

 March 17 — Confidence Ties the Record, Again

 March 16 — Despite Trouble at the Top, Democrats are Strong on Issues

 March 16 — Most Oppose Bombnig Serbia, But Half Back a Peacekeeping Role

 March 15 — Bush Supplies the Sizzle as Gore Battles the Blahs

 March 14 — Banks and Foreign Military Lead the List of Y2K Worries

 March 10 — Confidence Ties the Record

 March 3 — Support for a Tax Cut Still Trails Social Security

February 1999

 Feb. 17 — Half Say a Recession Could Happen in '99

 Feb. 12 — At the End of the Saga, A Resounding Rasberry

 Feb. 10 — Consumer Confidence: Clinton's Saving Grace

 Feb. 8 — The Man in the Gallery Hit the Nail on the Head

 Feb. 3 — Confidence Continues Retreat From Record

January 1999

 Jan. 27 — Confidence Rolls Back Slightly From Record

 Jan. 20 — Confidence Holds Its Record High

 Jan. 19 — Clinton Gains in Public Confidence Despite his Impeachment and Trial

 Jan. 13 — Confidence Sets a New Record

 Jan. 11 — Clinton's Support Looks Solid; Most Oppose Calling Witnesses

 Jan. 6 — Confidence Roars Into '99, Closing in on its Record High

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