Mark Blumenthal | July 15, 2008
Conducted July 10-13, 2008, n=1,119 adults, margin of sampling error +/-3%
A new Washington Post-ABC News poll finds the country split down the middle between those backing Sen. Barack Obama's 16-month timeline for withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq and those agreeing with Sen. John McCain's position that events, not timetables, should dictate when forces come home.
There's a stress gap in America, and financial insecurity's fueling it.
A news ABC News/Washington Post poll finds two-thirds of Americans report at least some kind of stress because of their financial situation. Women -- especially single women -- are significantly less likely than men to describe themselves as financially secure. So are Democrats compared with Republicans, and in an especially big gap, less-educated vs. better-educated Americans.