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January 2015 Political Survey
Publications from this dataset:
Most View the CDC Favorably; VA’s Image Slips
More Partisan Opinions of the EPA, CIA
Obama in a Word: ‘Good,’ ‘Incompetent’
Fewer See This Year’s State of the Union as More Important
Most Support Stronger U.S. Ties With Cuba
But Just 32% Expect Cuba to Become More Democratic
Public’s Policy Priorities Reflect Changing Conditions at Home and Abroad
Fewer Cite Economy; More Prioritize a Stronger Military
Obama Job Rating Ticks Higher, Views of Nation’s Economy Turn More Positive
But Most Still Say They Are ‘Falling Behind’ Financially
Terrorism Worries Little Changed; Most Give Government Good Marks for Reducing Threat
51% Say Torture of Terror Suspects Is at Least Sometimes Justified