Read this week’s analysis and observations on public opinion trends from pollster and social scientist President of Ipsos Public Affairs, US, Cliff Young. Each week Cliff will look underneath topline trends to lay out the forces that are really shaping our society and our future.
December 31: Cliff’s Take: Farewell to 2020
December 18: Cliff’s Take: American Disenchantment
November 25: Our First – And Hopefully Last – COVID Thanksgiving
November 13: Cliff’s Take: Nation Begins To Move Forward
October 30: Cliff’s Take: Buckle Up
October 16: Cliff’s Take: Down to the Wire
October 9: Cliff’s Take: Coronavirus as King Maker
September 25: Cliff’s Take: Contradictory Signals
September 11: Cliff’s Take: Coronavirus A Dividing Line
August 14: Cliff’s Take: Beware of Horse Race Polls
August 7: Cliff’s Take: Willing Away The Virus
July 10: Cliff’s Take: The Great Unraveling
February 14: Cliff's Take: Biden's Electability Lead Fizzles
December 20: Cliff's Take: Cognitive Surplus
November 26: Cliff's Take: Where the Rubber Meets the Road
November 14: Cliff's Take: Is Mayor Pete Trending?
November 6: Cliff's Take: Is Trump Distracted?
October 30: Cliff's Take: A Closer Look at Electability
October 22: Cliff's Take: Keep Your Eyes on Approval Numbers
October 15: A Crisis of Confidence in Our Electoral System
October 8: Country Music and Tribalism
October 1: Impeachment in the Global Context
September 24: The Forces that Produced Our Uncertain World Persist
September 16: Tattoos and Identity
September 9: No trees, just forest
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