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Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange August 24, 2015. Reuters

Polls show that most Americans were anxious about the economy before this week’s market fluctuations

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A headline about the global sell-off in stocks is displayed on the Times Square "Zipper" in New York, August 24, 2015. Wall Street opened sharply lower on Monday with the Dow Jones industrial average losing more than a 1,000 points following a more-than 8 percent drop in Chinese shares and a selloff in oil and other commodities. Reuters

This AEI Public Opinion Study assesses Americans’ concerns about their jobs, personal finances, retirement, health costs, housing, and more.

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This is a crucial tool for figuring out the intersection between demographics and turnout in the next election.

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Analysis of the latest polls in target is not good news for Hillary Clinton’s campaign

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To shed light on the 2016 presidential polls that are dominating the news cycle, we’re joined this week by Karlyn Bowman, AEI’s expert on all things public opinion.

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A discussion on the impact of Clinton email scandal on the Democratic Party and the recent Fox News poll which shows plummeting support for establishment.

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With Donald’ Trump leading in a number of polls, the main question concerning many Americans is whether Trump will get the nomination when the day comes. But as the past experience suggests, polling is not always predictive.

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It is welcome news that presidential candidates are talking about Social Security’s future, but the public’s response has been a big yawn.

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The debate is over. Now the big question is how did the debate affect GOP candidates’ poll numbers: who’s the winner and who’s the loser?

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Lowkey, 16, who only wanted to be identified by his nickname, poses for a portrait in Ferguson, Missouri July 24, 2015.  Reuters

Polls reveal how much race relations have improved over the past several decades, but they also point to areas where significant work needs to be done.

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