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Washington Post and Miller Center Partner on Poll

The Miller Center and The Washington Post partnered on a poll exploring Americans’ changing definition of success and their confidence in the country’s future as a starting point for the Milstein Symposium. Read the series of Post stories exploring those poll results below.

3/26/14: "‘Happy Days’ no more: Middle-class families squeezed as expenses soar, wages stall"

3/1/14: "For more people, the American Dream doesn’t include a home of their own"

1/31/14: “Hispanics often lead the way in their faith in the American Dream, poll finds”

11/25/13: “Among American workers, poll finds unprecedented anxiety about jobs, economy”

10/5/13: “In Battle for Middle Class, All of Washington is Losing”

10/1/13: “Fewer People View Higher Education as Part of the 'American Dream'”

10/1/13: “Post-Miller Center Poll: American Dream and Economic Struggles”

9/28/13: “More people express uncertainty in chance to achieve the American Dream”

9/28/13: “American Dream Poll: Methodology of Washington Post-Miller Center survey”

Date edited: 10/03/2014 (11:26AM)


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