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The Harris Poll FlashBack 

The Harris Poll FlashBack Series is a set of innovative Harris Interactive "FlashBack" snapshots of U.S. public opinion over time. This monthly FlashBack series will look 10, 20, 30 and even 40 years back in time to learn how Americans felt about some of the most critical topics of their day—the economy and personal finances, sources of energy, the environment, education and lifestyle issues. The series will then compare and contrast the results of recent day surveys to reveal how American attitudes have changed or, in some instances, stayed the same over time.

 

The Harris Poll "FlashBack" Finds Racial Discrimination Still Seen as Widespread
January 14, 2009
The Harris Poll "FlashBack" Finds Americans Less Confident About the United States than They Were 33 Years Ago
December 18, 2008
New Harris Poll "FlashBack" Finds Majority of Americans Favor Cuts in Government Spending but Fewer Favor Cuts Than in 1980 when Reagan was Elected
October 21, 2008
New Harris Poll "FlashBack" Finds Half Of Americans Favor Building More Nuclear Power Plants; Opposition Drops by Thirteen Percent Since Three Mile Island Accident 30 Years Ago
October 7, 2008
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