Multi-section ReportsMarch 21, 1997

Few Favor Media Scrutiny of Political Leaders

Introduction and Summary The American public is more critical of press practices, less enthusiastic about the news product and less appreciative of the watchdog role played by the news media than it was a dozen years ago when The People & The Press surveys were inaugurated. Those polls concluded that criticism of the way the […]

DatasetsFebruary 28, 1997

February 1997 Media Study

Multi-section ReportsJanuary 18, 1996

Clinton Ratings Hold: Balanced Budget A Public Priority, But Few See Personal Payoff

Introduction and Summary Age and income make a difference in the perceived impact of a balanced budget and changes to Medicare. A majority of Americans with family incomes of $75,000 or more think they will be helped personally by a balanced budget, while smaller percentages of middle and lower income people foresee a personal payoff. […]