What Are We Thinking?

  • July 25, 2014 |  What Are We Thinking?

    Poll: A quarter of smokers say they'll curb their smoking with higher cigarette taxes

    As Harrisburg ponders a $2-per-pack smoking tax in Philadelphia to help fund the city's schools, new national data give us insights from smokers&...
  • July 18, 2014 |  LISTEN

    Gallup: Immigration and Congress most pressing problems

    Frank Newport, editor in chief of the Gallup Poll, joins NewsWorks Tonight host Dave Heller to break down American's opinions on immigration, qua...
  • July 11, 2014 |  What Are We Thinking?

    Poll: Only 33% of Americans think there can be peace between Israelis and Palestinians

    Escalating violence between Israel and Gaza militants is now involving southern Lebanon as well. We gauge American views of the conflict with Frank Ne...
  • July 4, 2014 |  What are we thinking

    While employment improves, Gallup Poll shows confidence in government sagging

    Frank Newport, Editor in Chief of the Gallup Poll, joins NewsWorks Tonight host Dave Heller to break down the latest jobs numbers, confidence in Congr...
  • June 20, 2014 |  What Are We Thinking?

    For 10 years, most Americans have called U.S. involvement in Iraq a mistake

    The violence roiling through Iraq threatens to dash any remaining hopes for a unified country, again calling into question the wisdom of American invo...
  • June 13, 2014 |  What Are We Thinking?

    Looking back on 60 years of Americans' biggest concerns

    American's views of their standard of living are up. Job creation is up. It sounds like good news, but if we take off the rose-colored glasses, t...
  • June 6, 2014 |  What Are We Thinking?

    Poll: 42% of Americans believe creationist view of human origin

    This week, we gauge public opinion on air quality and the implication of proposed federal restrictions on power plants — and we get a sense of how man...
  • May 30, 2014 |  What Are We Thinking?

    Gallup: American attitudes on gun control unlikely to change much in the long term

    Last week's mass killing near the UC Santa Barbara campus is spurring new efforts in the Senate to prevent those deemed mentally ill from owning ...
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