What about the Mid Term Elections?

    Depending of whom you ask the result of this mid term elections can be interpreted in many ways: some call it course corrections, others a way to predict the November elections. But changes in political direction are not unusual in America’s voting history. Find out more in this week’s “What Are We Thinking” with Frank Newport, Editor-in-Chief on the Gallup Poll and WHYY’s Dave Heller.

    Depending of whom you ask the result of this mid term elections can be interpreted in many ways: some call it course corrections, others a way to predict the November elections. But changes in political direction are not unusual in America’s voting history. Also, are Americans satisfied with the way things are going? 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:
    – Is the urge to save money becoming a new habit?

    – Will people return to the way they spent before the economic crisis?

    – The economy and eployment still at the top of the list of concerns. And more.

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