Today’s graphic shows the results of a recent Reuters/Ipsos poll on holiday shopping plans. A sample of 1,169 adults were asked a variety of questions on when/where they do their shopping, how much they plan on spending and how it compares to last year. Have you finished your holiday shopping? How would you answer these poll questions?
Americans are increasingly pessimistic about the future but voters do not seem to be holding it against Democratic President Barack Obama, who slightly expanded his lead over Republican rival Mitt Romney this month’s Reuters/Ipsos poll. Today’s graphic shows the results of 4 key questions from the poll and how the answers have changed since January.
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Today’s graphic looks at a the results of a recent Reuters/Ipsos poll on U.S. opinions on healthcare and the economy. If you were asked these same questions, what would your answers have been? Feel free to list them in the comments section.
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Today’s graphic charts the results of a Reuters/Ipsos poll of voter intention and views in the US elections.
An IPSOS/Reuters poll shows that blame for the super committee’s failure to reach a U.S. debt deal is shared equally between Republican & Democrat lawmakers and the President.
This Reuters/Ipsos poll was conducted between August 4 and August 8–before the S&P downgrade and the markets went crazy. People had a pretty dim view then; How do you think they feel now?
The newest Thomson Reuters-NPR Health Poll reveals that a surprising 58 percent of Americans choose organic over conventionally produced foods when buying food for themselves and their families. Not surprisingly, the results skew even higher among young and highly educated respondents, who seem to be more concerned about toxins than the older generation. A desire to support local farmers also seems to drive their preference for organic. A small percentage of respondents actually chose organic over conventional due to taste alone.
Check out the complete survey results and read the press release.
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According to a Reuters poll, 30 out of 53 economists say the U.S. is going to lose its AAA-rating.
What do you think are the five most dangerous countries for women? The results might surprise you. Our foundation found that the most dangerous countries to be a woman are Afghanistan, Congo, Pakistan, India, and Somalia. The results were determined after Trustlaw Women asked 213 gender experts from five continents to rank countries by overall perceptions as well as six key risks. Read more in-depth analysis on the poll results here and checkout the factbox below for more information.
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The following questions were asked to 1,042 randomly selected adults. See the results below in today’s graphic.
Are things in this country headed in the right direction or are they on the wrong track? Do you approve of the way Barack Obama has handled his job as President? Which of the following have you done/not done as a result of recent increases in energy prices? Do you support or oppose the following ways of producing electricity? What is your party affiliation/ideology?