Nov. 14, 1995

Energized Democrats Backing Clinton

Introduction and Summary Anxiety may replace anger as the dominant voter emotion in 1996. A major national survey finds significantly more Americans than 18 months ago worried about affording major expenses such as health care costs, college tuition, retirement funds and housing costs. Voter anxiety has increased across the political spectrum and appears to be […]

Oct. 30, 1995

Ignore The Horse Race, Pay Attention To The Trend

Also: Poll Apart On Powell; John Paul Who?

Aug. 24, 1995

Support for Independent Candidate in ’96 Up Again

Introduction and Summary Support for a third party candidate in 1996 has increased for the third consecutive time in eight months, as opposition to Republican policies in Congress continues, and Bill Clinton’s approval rating sags. The latest Time Mirror Center for The People & The Press survey found as many as 26% saying they would […]

Mar. 30, 1995

Very Able, but Character, Compassion and Extreme Views Questioned

Report Summary Newt Gingrich is an enigma to the public. On balance, Americans approve of the job he is doing as Speaker of the House, but they are wary of his character, concerned about his extreme points of view, and wonder about his compassion. There is much more of a consensus that he has the […]

Mar. 9, 1995

Who Turned Out in 1990 and 1994

Report Summary Who turned out and who tuned into the 1994 Congressional election and campaign.

Feb. 17, 1995

Strong Support for Minimum Wage Hike and Preserving Entitlements

Report Summary While the Contract for America is getting all the play in Washington these days, there is still a lot of New Deal thinking in the rest of the country. No fewer than 79% of respondents in the latest Times Mirror Center survey say they approve of Bill Clinton’s proposal to increase the minimum […]