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2010 Commentaries

December 30, 2010
2010 Poll Findings that Will Matter in 2011
by Andrew Kohut, President, Pew Research Center


November 30, 2010
Voting in Foreign-Policy Oblivion
by Andrew Kohut, President, Pew Research Center
Special to The National Interest


November 22, 2010
The Growing Gap between Landline and Dual Frame Election Polls
Republican Vote Share Bigger in Landline-Only Surveys
by Scott Keeter, Leah Christian and Michael Dimock, Pew Research Center


November 3, 2010
A Clear Rejection of the Status Quo, No Consensus about Future Policies
GOP Wins Big Despite Party's Low Favorability


October 29, 2010
The Party of Nonvoters


October 22, 2010
Independent Voters vs. Unions
by Andrew Kohut, President, Pew Research Center
Special to the New York Times


October 13, 2010
Cell Phones and Election Polls: An Update


October 7, 2010
Lagging Youth Enthusiasm Could Hurt Democrats in 2010


October 5, 2010
Democrats Struggle to Avoid Wipeout from Electoral Wave
by Carroll Doherty, Associate Director, Pew Research Center for the People & the Press
Special to the BBC


September 27, 2010
A Static America: A Contrarian View of Current U.S. Public Opinion Trends
Special to the Pew Research Center
by Michael J. Robinson, Special to the Pew Research Center


September 20, 2010
Taxed Enough Already?
Despite Anti-Government Sentiment, More Americans Say They Pay a Fair Share of Taxes
by Richard Auxier, Pew Research Center


September 2, 2010
Glenn Beck, Christians and Mormons


August 3, 2010
The Invisible Court


July 1, 2010
Proud Patriots -- and Harsh Critics of Government


June 3, 2010
Seniors are Strongest Advocates for Change in 2010


May 20, 2010
Assessing the Cell Phone Challenge
by: Leah Christian, Scott Keeter, Kristen Purcell and Aaron Smith, Pew Research Center


April 15, 2010
The Tea Party's Effect on the Midterms?
by Andrew Kohut, President, Pew Research Center
Special to the New York Times


March 24, 2010
Young People Make Up Large Proportion of Census Hold-Outs


March 22, 2010
Congress in a Wordle
Dysfunctional, Corrupt, Selfish....


March 10, 2010
Deficit Concerns Rise, But Solutions Are Elusive
GOP's Lead on Handling Deficit Mirrors '94


February 22, 2010
Democrats' Gloom and Doom Is Premature
by Andrew Kohut, President, Pew Research Center
Special to Politico


February 18, 2010
Democrats' Edge Among Millennials Slips
A Pro-Government, Socially Liberal Generation


February 4, 2010
Millennials' Lukewarm Support For Health Care Bills
Many Are Uninsured Yet Most Are Unengaged


February 1, 2010
Inviting Centrists to the Tea Party
by Andrew Kohut, President, Pew Research Center
Special to the New York Times


February 1, 2010
Olympics Bridge Gender Divide In Sports Interest


February 1, 2010
Almost All Millennials Accept Interracial Dating and Marriage


January 26, 2010
It's All About Jobs, Except When It's Not
Unemployment and Presidential Approval Ratings 1981-2009
by Andrew Kohut, President, Jodie T. Allen, Senior Editor and Richard Auxier, Pew Research Center


January 21, 2010
Michelle Obama's Strong Personal Image
Views of Recent First Ladies


January 7, 2010
Millennials' Judgments About Recent Trends Not So Different


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