Continued Lackluster Ratings for Republican Field
Penn State Scandal Tops Public's News Interest
Republicans View Gov't Energy Investments as Unnecessary
Republicans More Likely to View Cain Coverage as 'Too Tough'
Cain Coverage, on Balance, Seen as Fair
Little Interest in Libya, European Debt Crisis
Half See 2012 Campaign as 'Dull,' 'Too Long'
Tea Party Draws More Opposition than Support
Cain's Visibility Surges
By Andrew Kohut, President, Pew Research Center. Special to the New York Times.
More Negative than Positive Words for Perry – Even Among Republicans
Public Remains Focused on Economic Conditions
Cain Gaining Ground in GOP Primary
Interest and Coverage On Par with 2008 Campaign
Racial Divide in Interest in Troy Davis Execution
Most Support Raising Taxes on High Incomes to Reduce Deficit
Views of the News Media: 1985-2011
Many Aware of GOP Debate Fights: Ponzi Schemes and Vaccines
Public Still Sympathizes More with Israel
Rick Perry Most Visible Among GOP Contenders
61% Hearing Mostly Bad News About Economy
Jobs Top Deficit by Two-to-One as Leading Economic Worry