Saving the Postal Service; waiting for healthcare reform

    When’s the last time you mailed a letter to a friend or a family member? You’ll be surprised how many others use the post office. Yet Americans seem to favor cutting Saturday deliveries and other measures to save the U.S. Postal Service. Also what’s the impact of the health care debate on the approval ratings for Congress and the President?

    When’s the last time you mailed a letter to a friend or a family member? You’ll be surprised how many others use the post office. Yet Americans seem to favor cutting Saturday deliveries and other measures to save the U.S. Postal Service. Also what’s the impact of the health care debate on the approval ratings for Congress and the President? Keeping tabs on the uninsured and more, in this week’s What Are We Thinking? with Frank Newport, Editor-in-Chief at the Gallup Poll and WHYY’s Dave Heller.

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    This week on What Are We Thinking?:

    – Who will benefit the most if the health care bill is passed? Middle class people, poor people, insurance companies, doctors?

    – Any changes in the percentage of uninsured Americans?

    – Looking towards the future, twenty five years from now. Gallup has asked Americans to look into their crystal balls… What do they say will be our biggest problems in 2035? And more!

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