Who really has the public’s support on health care? March 15, 2010 By Steven Kull Originally published in the March 14th issue of The Baltimore Sun Polls on health care can be confusing. At last month’s health care summit, Republicans repeatedly asserted that the majority is with them in theirContinue Reading

Obama, McCain Supporters Agree Government Responsible For Ensuring Basic Healthcare, Food, and Education Needs October 13, 2008 But on Healthcare, Both See Government Falling Short Questionnaire/Methodology (PDF) A new WorldPublicOpinion.org poll shows broad consensus among Americans that the government is responsible for ensuring that its citizens can meet their basicContinue Reading

Cubans Show Little Satisfaction with Opportunities and Individual Freedom January 10, 2007 Rare Independent Survey Finds Large Majorities Are Still Proud of Island’s Health Care and Education Forty-eight years after Fidel Castro entered Havana at the head of a triumphal guerrilla army, Cubans in the island’s largest cities are stillContinue Reading