Public Opinion Little Changed by Presidential Election
Religion and the Presidential Vote
Bush's Gains Broad-Based
Slight Bush Margin in Final Days of Campaign
The Debate Effect
A PEJ study on how the press covered the pivotal period of the 2004 Presidential Campaign.
The Hispanic Electorate in Florida
About 1.5 million Latinos are eligible to vote in Florida, representing approximately 14 percent of the more than 11 million eligible voters in the state, according to analysis of data from Current Population Surveys conducted by the U.S. Bureau of the Census in 2003.
Foreign Policy Attitudes Now Driven by 9/11 and Iraq
Public Support for War Resilient
Iraq Prison Scandal Hits Home, But Most Reject Troop Pullout
Bush Ratings Rise Even as Iraq Concerns Continue
Public Support for War is Steady, But Bush Job Ratings Slip
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