Gallup's popular "State of the States" returns this week, with our midyear reports on President Obama's job approval rating by state and political party affiliation by state. These reports will give the lay of the land on two key metrics critical to the presidential election, including how things may or may not have shifted compared to previous years.
Over the next few weeks, our readers will get additional midyear updates on key Gallup Daily tracking measures based on surveys conducted January through June of this year.
Here's what to expect:
- This week: Obama job approval by state and political party affiliation by state;
- Next week: Economic confidence by state and job creation by state; and
- Later in August: Wellbeing measures by state, including life evaluation and health insurance coverage rates.
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