Who’s getting the pay bonuses and who’s depressed about it?

    Should taxpayers support salary bonuses for Wall Street mogul companies? Plus, a new analysis on who’s most likely to be depressed, today on What Are We Thinking.

    Should taxpayers support salary bonuses for Wall Street mogul companies? Who benefits the most from the healthcare reform legislation? The polls say Americans are willing to support a plan even if it doesn’t affect them personally. Plus, a new analysis on who’s most likely to be depressed, today 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:

    – More on the flu threat: the regular type and the H1N1.

    – Stepping in to protect the taxpayers investment in bailing out Wall Street.

    – How’s the President doing as he reaches his third quarter in office?

    – American’s mental health. Who’s most likely to be depressed: men or women? rich or poor?

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