Worrying about jobs and the new costs of health care

    As President Obama continues to promote his reform agenda, critics of the recently signed health care bill, are increasingly worried about costs. That 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.

    As President Obama continues to promote his reform agenda, critics of the recently signed health care bill, are increasingly worried about costs. Also, looking ahead at the mid-term elections and tracking down a growing interest in voter participation. The Pope’s image is suffering in the United States and new numbers on who identifies with religious denominations. All that 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:
    – The impact of the health care reform bill on the President’s approval rate.

    – As the dust settles on the new legislation, just who do Americans think will benefit? What are Americans greatest concerns about the bill?

    – In this “High Holiday” season for Christians (Easter) and Jews (Passover) how many Americans are believers in both of these groups? And more.

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