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Thursday, September 2, 2010

End of the Season Wrap-Up

Well, so much for the lazy days of summer.

Nearly 1.8 million of you visited our site in August 2010 -- more than in any month since March, more than in any month in 2009, and more than in August 2008, when we had a hot presidential election on our hands.

With the calendar turning from August to September, President Obama attempting to "turn the page from Iraq" to other matters, and all political eyes turning to the midterm congressional elections, it's a good time to recap some of our biggest findings of the year so far.

Underscoring what a big month August was, three of our most popular stories from August also rank among our most popular stories of the year:

Additionally, here are some of the other headlines that have brought many of you to our site over the past few months:
Additionally, our daily and weekly updates on Obama job approval and our key economic metrics continue to bring many of you to our site for the very latest of what real Americans think about their leadership and their economy.

As Election Day draws closer, we'll continue to track and report on our Election 2010 key indicators, including the generic ballot for Congress and enthusiasm about voting, and will begin reporting likely voter estimates in early October.

We thank the millions of you who have visited our site this year and look forward to continuing to provide data-driven insights on what's happening in your world in the months and years to come.

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