Gary Langer examines the Gallup data, sees views of the U.S. among muslims as better but far from good.
Liz Sidoti summarizes the AP-GfK poll results on torture and closing the Guantanamo Bay prison.
The Pew Project for Excellence in Journalism finds the Sotomayor nomination topping the news agenda.
David Hill believes Michiganders are "resolute, selectively optimistic" and "willing to wait for a genuine long-term solution."
Mark Mellman reviews psychological research on the role of personal background in decisionmaking in the context of the Sotomayor nomination.
Nate Silver finds lower abortion rates in states with more self-identified "pro-life" adults.
Chris Bowers says the culture wars will always be with us.
Chris Weigant charts Obama's approval in comparison to previous presidents.
Jim Snyder reports on the use of microtargeting by lobbyists and issue advocacy groups.
DCAAPOR will host a discussion of the "current state of telephony in the US" on June 15.
NDN sponsors new polls conducted by Pete Brodnitz and Celinda Lake.