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Donna Lind Infeld

Donna Lind Infeld is a professor in the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration at the George Washington University.
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Poll: Shutdown Skyrockets Public Opinion of Federal Workers

November 5, 2013 Whether a sympathy vote or a new found appreciation, many Americans seem to have taken a fresh look at the federal workforce and decided it merits more confidence. Confidence in civilian federal workers increased significantly during the shutdown, according to a new George Washington University Battleground Poll. After hitting a...

Analysis: Confidence in Federal Workers Up Sharply After Shutdown

November 5, 2013 Whether a sympathy vote or a new found appreciation, many Americans seem to have taken a fresh look at the federal workforce and decided it merits more confidence. Confidence in civilian federal workers increased significantly during the shutdown, according to a new George Washington University Battleground Poll. After hitting a...

Analysis: Trust in Federal Workers Hits New Low

September 24, 2013 American confidence in federal employees has hit a new low, according to a nationwide poll of 800 registered voters released today by The George Washington University. More than one-third of survey respondents -- 35 percent -- voiced “little or no confidence” in federal workers, up sharply from 23 percent in...

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