Oct. 10, 2002

Americans Thinking About Iraq, But Focused on the Economy

Introduction and Summary A possible war with Iraq is an increasing concern of the American public. It has emerged as the national issue that people discuss most often with family and friends, and news interest in the Iraq debate rose dramatically in September. But as the midterm elections approach, it is the economy and other […]

Jul. 15, 2002

Growing Linkage Between Market Movements and Consumer Confidence

A Pew Research Center Note

Jul. 14, 2002

Increasingly, It’s the Economy That Scares Us

by Andrew Kohut for The New York Times

Mar. 27, 2002

Americans See Economic Recovery, But Wonder If Jobs Will Follow

Introduction and Summary Americans are beginning to believe the nation’s economy has turned the corner. This month’s ABC News/Money Magazine poll showed a sharp spike in economic confidence, while other recent surveys have found that a declining number of people view the economy as the nation’s top problem. But significant storm clouds remain from the […]