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Congressional Election Tracking Survey

The NPR/Kaiser/Kennedy School Congressional Election Tracking Survey examines which issues are important to people when deciding how to vote in the November 2002 election for Congress. Just a few days prior to the election, the survey found that no single issue emerges as dominant for likely voters in deciding their…

Survey on Civil Liberties

A survey by National Public Radio, Kaiser Family Foundation, and Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government shows that the vast majority of Americans are willing to forgo some civil liberties to fight terrorism and that they trust the government to do the right thing in carrying out the fight. However,…

National Survey on Poverty in America

Americans aren’t thinking a lot about the poor these days. A new survey by NPR, the Kaiser Family Foundation, and Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government found that only about one in 10 Americans names poverty, welfare, or something similar as one of the two top issues government should address.…

Survey on Americans’ Attitudes Toward Government

National Public Radio/Kaiser Family Foundation/Kennedy School of Government Survey on Americans’ Attitudes Toward GovernmentThis survey, conducted by National Public Radio/Kaiser Family Foundation/Kennedy School of Government, looks at Americans’ attitudes toward government. The survey finds that while most Americans say they distrust government, they still want more government involvement to solve…

Survey on Education

A new survey conducted by National Public Radio/Kaiser Family Foundation/Kennedy School of Government looks at Americans’ views on public schools and education. The survey finds strong support across the board for many improvements, even if it means paying higher taxes. The survey also finds that parents generally are enthusiastic about…

KFF: National Survey of Americans on Social Security

National Survey of Americans on Social Security A new survey conducted by National Public Radio/Kaiser Family Foundation/Kennedy School of Government looks at Americans’ knowledge and attitudes about Social Security and retirement. The survey finds the public considers Social Security a very important government program and keeping it financially stable a…

National Survey on Public Attitudes and Use of Dietary Supplements

The NPR/Kaiser Family Foundation/Kennedy School of Government National Survey on Americans and Dietary Supplements was designed by staff at National Public Radio, Kaiser Family Foundation, and the Kennedy School of Government and conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates. The survey was conduced bytelephone with 1,200 adults (age 18 or older)…

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