Who are you going to call? To resolve the health care reform

    The health care reform debate seems to be in its last rounds, but whom do Americans trust the most to resolve the impasse?

    The health care reform debate seems to be in its last rounds, but whom do Americans trust the most to resolve the impasse? Also, while the economy still dominates the President’s priority list, concerns about the war are gaining moment. All that, plus the Vice President’s popularity index on 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:
    – Americans trust the President on health care reform but are not too enthusiastic about the way Democrats and Republicans in Congress are handling the whole issue.

    – Any changes in the way race in America is being approached or experienced since the President was elected?

    – The honesty factor: if we lost a wallet or purse, in which state of the union would it be more likely that someone would find it and return it?

    – and more!

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