AMERICANS LOOK TO GOVERNMENT FOR ASSURANCE ON SAFETY OF U.S. MAIL
Less Than Half (46%) Very Confident That The Mail They Receive At Home Today Is Safe And Free From Anthrax Contamination Majority (80%) Would Feel More Confidence If Government Officials, Such As Post Master General, Secretary Of Homeland Security, Or Head of Center For Disease Control Announced A Process To Make Mail Safer Majority (71%) Would Have More Confidence If Congress Appropriates Additional Funds To Increase Mail Safety
Americans Put High Priority On Passing Energy Bill
95% Of Americans Say Federal Action On Energy Is Important 72% Of Americans Say Passing Bill Is Higher Priority Compared to Other Action Congress Might Take These Days 73% Of Americans Say Congress Should Make Energy Bill Part Of President Bush's Stimulus Plan 67% of Americans Say Exploration Of New Energy Sources In U.S., Including Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR), Is Convincing Reason To Support Passing Energy Policy Bill
State Attorneys General Are Under Some Voter Pressure to Join Justice-Microsoft Settlement; More Americans Would Vote Against Those State Attorneys General That Try to Block the Settlement, but Most Americans Don't Care.
Less than 1 in 10 say Microsoft settlement is bad news for consumers Nearly half of all Americans say that Justice Department accomplished "very little" or "nothing at all" by bringing anti-trust suit in the first place