The Polling Unit: Archives 2003

• Jan. 23 — Lieberman Gains a Bit On '04 Democratic Pack

• Jan. 22 — Views of Race Relation Improve

• Jan. 22 — Consumer Confidence Nose-dives; One of its Steepest Drops on Record

• Jan.21 — Public Support for Abortion Depends on Why it's Done

• Jan. 21 — On Iraq and the Economy, a Two-Front War for Bush

• Jan. 20 — Views on Affirmative Action: Assistance, Yes; Preference, No

• Jan. 16 — Public Views of Press Freedom: Wartime Changes the Equation

• Jan. 15 — Slump in Confidence Lasts Another Week

• Jan. 8 — Confidence Still in a Rut

• Jan. 7 — Americans Broadly Skeptical Of Bush's Economic Policies

• Jan. 6 — Different Means in Dealing With Iraq and North Korea

• Jan. 1 — Confidence 2002: The Worst Since 1996


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