Ipsos-Reid/Cook Political Report: The Gender Gap, Other Gaps, and the Undecided Voters
Cook Political Report/Ipsos-Reid Survey Shows Bush Reelect Margin is +14 Overall (43% Definitely Vote to Reelect Bush Minus 29% Definitely for Someone Else); Gender Gap is 14 Percentage Points (Bush Margin +22 with Men, +8 with Women); Age, Region, and Marriage Gaps Wider Than Gender Gap at Outset of 2003
Ipsos-Reid/Cook Political Report: Two-in-Three Voters Continue to Approve of Bush's Job Performance
In First Post-Election Cook Political Report/Ipsos-Reid Survey, Strong Approval of Bush Performance Overall. On Bush Approval, the Marriage Gap Matters Most. On Direction of the Country, the Familiar Gender Gap Reappears.
On the 10th Anniversary of NAFTA . . .
More Americans (48%) Believe They're NAFTA Winners, Compared to Canadians (38%), Mexicans (30%) However, Canadians (44%) Most Likely To Want Closer Trade and Economic Ties with NAFTA Partners, While Americans (39%) Most Likely to Want Status Quo . . . And Mexicans (33%) Most Likely to Want Less Trade, Economic Ties
Americans Continue To Embrace Potential Of Digital Music
Ipsos-Reid's Quarterly Digital Music Study, TEMPO: Keeping Pace With Online Music Distribution, Finds Americans' Digital Music Appetite Remains Strong Throughout 2002 Over 100 Million Americans Have Listened To A Pre-recorded CD's On Their Computer, And Roughly 60 million Have Downloaded