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Wednesday, February 1, 2012

State of the States Schedule

It's State of the States time at, which is when we report state-level findings based on key Gallup Daily tracking metrics. We kicked off the series Tuesday, reporting on President Barack Obama's job approval rating by state.

The state-level findings help to reveal where Obama is, relatively, better positioned as we enter this presidential election year, and where he faces an even bigger challenge than he does nationwide. Our data, based on more than 179,000 interviews conducted in 2011, also reveal that Obama's approval rating declined in most states compared to 2010.

Over the next several weeks, we will continue to report state-level findings on several other key political, economic, and wellbeing metrics.

Here's the tentative schedule:
Thursday, Feb. 2: Political party identification by state
Friday, Feb. 3: Ideology by state
Monday, Feb. 6: Economic Confidence Index by state
Wednesday, Feb. 8: Job Creation Index by state
Friday, Feb. 10: Underemployment by state

Update:  Monday, Feb. 14: Government employment by state 

We'll follow this first round with another round of state-level findings on key wellbeing metrics, including obesity and health insurance rates by states.

Additionally, we're always interested in what our readers would like to see us explore at the state level.  Feel free to browse our daily tracking metrics to let us know if there are metrics on which you would like to see a state-level report.

The best way to make sure you get every state-level story as soon as it is published is to sign up for our email alerts and to select "All Gallup Headlines." Additionally, check out the Get Gallup News bar on our homepage for more ways to get the findings.


Anonymous said...
February 15, 2012 at 8:22 PM  

best info might be state by state; will obama electoral college (why do we use this system again?) status

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