The Polling Unit: Archives 2003

December 2003

• Dec. 31 — Heading Into New Year, A Jump in Hopefulness

• Dec. 31 — Consumer Confidence 2003: Low Year Ends on High Note

• Dec. 24 — Confidence, Continuing to Improve, Reaches 17-Month High

• Dec. 22 — Two Holiday Gifts Boost Bush: Saddam, and the Economy Too

• Dec. 19 — More Back Life Sentence for Convicted Sniper Malvo

• Dec. 17 — Two-Thirds of Democrats Say Gore Won't Affect Their Vote

• Dec. 17 — Economic Outlook Brighter; Buying Climate at 2003 Peak

• Dec. 14 — A Sober Response to Saddam's Capture

• Dec. 10 — Confidence Levels Off

• Dec. 8 — Muted Reception Greets Medicare Reform Bill

• Dec. 3 — Consumer Confidence Continues Advance

November 2003

• Nov. 26 — 2003 Holiday Shopping Season: More Buyers Plan to Go Online

• Nov. 25 — Consumer Confidence Jumps; Now Its Best in 14 Months

• Nov. 19 — Economic Optimism Still Looks Better, While Current Views Stay Flat

• Nov. 17 — Views are Steady on Iraq and Bush

• Nov. 16 — John F. Kennedy's Assassination Leaves a Legacy of Suspicion

• Nov. 12 — Confidence Stays Flat

• Nov. 5 — Slump in Consumer Confidence Nears Six-Month Mark

• Nov. 4 — Party Identification, 2003: Precise Political Parity

• Nov. 2 — With Bush Weaker on Issues, the Economy Looms Large

October 2003

• Oct. 29 — Despite Signs of Recovery, Many Americans Don't See It

• Oct. 22 — Confidence Still Stable

• Oct. 19 — Growing Health Care Concerns Fuel Cautious Support for Change

• Oct. 15 — U.S. Catholics Admire the Pope Yet Differ With Many of His Views

• Oct. 15 — Economic Outlook Improves a Bit, Current Ratings Stay Flat

• Oct. 14 — Iraq and Economic Problems Level the '04 Playing Field

• Oct. 8 — Confidence In A Lull

• Oct.7 — A Harsh Judgement on Davis Clears Schwarzenegger's Way

• Oct. 1 — Broad Majority Continues to Oppose Spending Additional $87 in Iraq

• Oct. 1 — Confidence is Flat

• Oct. 1 — Seven in 10 Favor a Special Counsel To Probe Alleged White House Leak

September 2003

• Sept. 24 — Confidence Inches Down

•  Sept. 22 — Most Oppose Gay Marriage, But Don't Want to Amend Constitution

• Sept. 17 — Confidence Reaches Eight — Week Low

•  Sept. 14 — Doubts Drag Bush Back Down to Earth

• Sept. 11 — Critical Views of Islam Grow Amid Continued Unfamiliarity

• Sept. 10 — Most Say Gov't Intruding on Rights, But Most Also Call it Justified

• Sept. 9 — Near Its Best of the Year, Confidence Shows Resilience

• Sept. 8 — More Think the Iraq War Increases the Risk of Terroism

• Sept. 8 — Two Years Later: Anger, Resolve But Also Lower Ratings for Bush

• Sept. 03 — Consumer Confidence Stays Still, Despite Rising Gas Prices

August 2003

• Aug. 27 — Consumer Confidence in Summer Standstill

• Aug. 25 — Public Attitudes on Bush, Iraq Stable Despite U.N. Bombing

• Aug. 20 — Confidence on Hold, Again

• Aug. 13 — Consumer Confidence Stands Still

• Aug. 6 — Consumer Confidence Holds Flat, Failing to Extend Last Week's Advance

• Aug. 4 — Fewer Have Cancer Tests Than Doctors Recommend

July 2003

• July 31 — Most Would Pay Higher Taxes to Fund a Seniors' Drug Plan

• July 30 — Confidence Advances, Though Still Weak

• July 24 — Most Americans Back Health Exception to "Partial-Birth" Abortion Ban

• July 23 — Confidence Levels Off, On Pace For 10 -Year Low

• July 16 — 30% Call Economy 'Poor,' the Most in Nearly a Decade

• July 15 — Modified Foods Give Consumers Pause

• July 13 — Many Democratic Voters Looking for a Candidate

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