Money talk

    Employment is still at the top of American’s concerns. Including, saving enough for harder times, possibilities for retirement and understanding the new health care bill. All that and more in this week’s What Are We Thinking.

    Employment is still at the top of American’s concerns. In fact domestic issues, not foreign affairs at at the top of the list in people’s minds. Including, saving enough for harder times, possibilities for retirement and understanding the new health care bill. All that and more in this week’s What Are We Thinking with Frank Newport, Editor-in-Chief on the Gallup Poll and WHYY’s Dave Heller.

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    This week on What Are We Thinking:

    – Congress is back in session this week… with many Representatives no doubt worrying more and more about the highly important midterm elections next November… which party has the most to be concerned about?

    – Many of President Bush’s tax cuts expire at the end of this year… are people scared that their taxes are going to go up next year?

    – Home prices – are people expecting them to go up or go down where they live?

    – Looking ahead, just how many Americans think that they will be able to retire comfortably? And more.

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