The Debate Over Nuclear Power
Opinions on nuclear energy policy, in the US, Japan and France, are motivated by need, not fear. Also, Connecticut's gubernatorial race under the polling microscope, and a data essay on the public's critique of Congress.
What to Do about Health Care?
Sure, it's too expensive, but what's the best approach? The medical community and public offer different views. Also, a look at the decline of two-parent families and its consequences, and a review of both US and European opinion on the crisis in…
The Parties, Looking to 1992
Contrasting views on where each political party stands, and a review of poll data on the national pulse. Also, the fractured political scene in Canada and the perennial status issue for Puerto Rico.
Thinking About Crime in the United States
Discussions about reducing crime inevitably split between those supporting strict enforcement and swift punishment and those who worry about personal rights and the societal issues. With a data essay on crime, cops and courts. Also, the evolution of…
Looking to the '92 Elections
Articles on finding a Democrat to run against George Bush run, and how should the polling industry and media cover the upcoming race. Also, it's tough to categorize the Catholic vote, questions over party identification, and America as a sporting…
Exploring American Society
A look at Clarence Thomas, feminism and women's rights. Also, attitudes and politics of the elderly, perspectives on the 1992 election, and 50 years of polling on the USSR and Communism.