Twelve Charts That Show a Massive Divide in How Americans See the Economy

In the midst of a heated presidential election campaign, it’s clear that America is a nation divided on both personal pocketbook issues and those relating to the national economy. Some of these differences play out along partisan lines. For instance, Democratic consumer sentiment increased markedly relative to Republican consumer sentiment […] Read more »

How Policies Discussed in the GOP Debate Fare With the Public

The third Republican debate on Wednesday night may be best remembered for the contentious relationship between the presidential candidates and the CNBC moderators, but the debate did touch on a number of hot-button political issues. Gallup looks at how some of the policy proposals or positions on these issues from […] Read more »

Millennials not so different when it comes to work

Conventional wisdom holds that the millennial generation, influenced by the 9/11 attacks, burdened with student debt and reared in a world of high-speed mobile devices, is a unique group of young people. But a special CNBC All-America Economic Survey focusing on millennials finds that while the generation has some unique […] Read more »