U.S. Politics Mar. 17, 2008

Financial Woes Overshadow All Other Concerns For Journalists

A new survey of national and local reporters, producers, editors and executives finds soaring economic woes eclipse traditional worries about quality of coverage and credibility.

U.S. Politics Feb. 14, 2008

Economic Discontent Deepens As Inflation Concerns Rise

Public views of the U.S. economy, already quite negative, have plummeted since January. Just 17% currently rate the nation’s economy as excellent or good, down from 26% last month.

Pew Research Center Jan. 31, 2008

GOP Debate’s Economic Focus Mirrors Country’s Growing Concern

But candidates’ perceptions on economic growth and tax cuts diverge from overall public priorities.

U.S. Politics Jan. 24, 2008

Election-Year Economic Ratings Lowest Since ’92

Republicans and Democrats agree the economy should be a top priority for the president and Congress, but they differ more than ever on the importance of other domestic issues — such as global warming and health insurance for the uninsured.