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  • CNBC and LinkedIn asked and you answered: What is the greatest challenge to Obama's health care reform?Overall Responses:Concerns about program costs: 32%Concerns about reduced care quality: 25%Partisan politics: 16%lobbying by the insurance industry: 14%Many, but the effort will be successful: 10%See Full Poll Results

  • CNBC and LinkedIn want your opinion. What is the Best Strategy for Your Money Given the Current Market?This Poll is Closed

  • Results of the CNBC/LinkedIn Investing Strategy Poll Wednesday, 15 Oct 2008 | 3:32 PM ET

    CNBC and LinkedIn asked LinkedIn members what the best strategy is for their money given the current market conditions. Most are waiting and watching or taking advantage of a buying opportunity.

  • Results of CNBC/LinkedIn Holiday Giving Poll Friday, 19 Dec 2008 | 11:43 AM ET

    CNBC and LinkedIn asked what your level of charitable giving is this holiday season. See Full Poll Results HereWatch CNBC TV for discussion and analysis of the numbers

  • Welcome To LinkedIn on CNBC Wednesday, 3 Sep 2008 | 6:35 PM ET

    Jobs and Money: CNBC and LinkedIn Team UpCNBC and LinkedIn are teaming up to make it easier for users to keep an eye on what's important for both their careers and investments. CNBC.com Managing Editor Allen Wastler explains.A Message From LinkedIn CEO Dan NyeRead More About LinkedIn on CNBCRead the Financial Times ReportBecome a Member of LinkedIn

  • LinkedIn CEO Dan Nye To Appear on Power Lunch Thursday, 4 Sep 2008 | 9:30 AM ET

    LinkedIn CEO Dan Nye will appear on CNBC's Power Lunch today, Thursday, Sept. 4, to talk about the new strategic alliance with CNBC that includes broad distribution of CNBC content across the LinkedIn network, integration of LinkedIn functionality into CNBC.com (like today's poll found on the LinkedIn site), and the joint development of products and content for CNBC.Read More About the Alliance From LinkedIn CEO Dan NyeRead More About LinkedIn on CNBCRead the Financial Times ReportBecome a Member of LinkedIn

  • Take Today's CNBC/LinkedIn Poll Thursday, 4 Sep 2008 | 9:38 AM ET

    CNBC and LinkedIn are teaming up to make it easier for users to keep an eye on what's important for both their careers and investments through a new strategic alliance. It includes broad distribution of CNBC content across the LinkedIn network, integration of LinkedIn functionality into CNBC.com (like today's poll found on the LinkedIn site), and the joint development of products and content for CNBC. Click on the links below to learn more.Video: LinkedIn CEO Dan Nye on CNBC's Power LunchPoll: Has your job security been impacted by current economic conditions?Log on to LinkedIn to take today's poll. You must be a registered member of LinkedIn to participate.Read More About the Alliance From LinkedIn CEO Dan NyeRead More About LinkedIn on CNBCRead the Financial Times ReportBecome a Member of LinkedIn

  • Results of the CNBC/LinkedIn Job Security Poll Friday, 5 Sep 2008 | 9:30 AM ET

    CNBC and LinkedIn asked LinkedIn members how the economy is affecting their job security. It turns out a lot of folks are worried.See Full Poll Results HereWatch CNBC TV today for discussion and analysis of the numbers

  • CNBC and LinkedIn asked what you think about economic recovery in China and the US. Just how intrinsically are they linked? See full resultsVideo: LinkedIn CEO Dan Nye on CNBC's Power Lunch Read More About the Alliance From LinkedIn CEO Dan Nye Read More About LinkedIn on CNBC Read the Financial Times Report Become a Member of LinkedIn

  • Poll: Should the Government Continue Bailouts? Thursday, 18 Sep 2008 | 10:49 AM ET
    WALL STREET IN CRISIS - A CNBC SPECIAL REPORT

    CNBC and LinkedIn want your opinion. Is it time for the U.S. government to stop the bailouts?This Poll is Closed

  • Results of the CNBC/LinkedIn Government Bailout Poll Friday, 19 Sep 2008 | 2:01 PM ET

    CNBC and LinkedIn asked LinkedIn members whether the government should bail out troubled companies. Most don't think so. See Full Poll Results HereWatch CNBC TV today for discussion and analysis of the numbers

  • CNBC and LinkedIn asked what you think BofA shareholders should do about Ken Lewis.The results are in and more than 4,000 of you responded to our poll. Fire him outright: 55%Separate the jobs of chairman and CEO: 26%Kick him off the board: 6%Leave him in all his current roles: 12%Click here to see full resultsBofA Shareholders Strip CEO Lewis of Chairman RoleFeeling More Secure, Some Banks Want to Be Left Alone

  • CNBC and LinkedIn asked whether your firm has changed any behaviors in the face of the spread of swine flu. The results are in and more than 2,500 of you responded to our poll.Yes, cutting back on travel: 9%Yes, more telecommuting: 3%Yes, shoring up supply chain: 0%All of the above: 5%Not doing anything differently: 81%Click Here for Full ResultsSwine Flu Myths Debunked Swine Flu & Your Travel Plans   Vaccine Could Be Limited  How Flu Fears Will Crimp Spending

  • Behind the Wheel with Phil LeBeau

    CNBC and LinkedIn want your opinion. Should more government money go to support the struggling US automakers?This Poll is closed

  • Results of the CNBC/LinkedIn Automaker Bailout Poll Friday, 7 Nov 2008 | 10:48 AM ET

    CNBC and LinkedIn asked LinkedIn members whether more government money should go to support struggling US automakers.See Full Poll Results HereWatch CNBC TV for discussion and analysis of the numbers

  • Who Should Lead the Charge at Davos? Tuesday, 27 Jan 2009 | 11:50 AM ET

    CNBC and LinkedIn asked and you answered: Who you think should lead the charge at Davos. Business? Government? Regulators? Multilateral institutions?See results here

  • We want to know what you think for a special CNBC Town Hall Event: Where Are the Jobs?Vote here

  • Jobs & the Economy: What You're Saying Tuesday, 17 Mar 2009 | 5:25 PM ET

    We asked you how you're surviving this recession and you answered.See the responses

  • Nearly 8,000 of you voted in our poll and the results speak volumes.Click here to see

  • CNBC and LinkedIn asked: What needs to happen to kick-start new housing construction? The results are in and almost 8,000 of you voted and nearly 400 of you commented on our poll.Overall Responses: 67% Job Growth 12% Income Growth 9% Other5% Lower Mortgage Rates 4% More Foreclosure Protection Click Here for the Full ResultMortgage Applications Fall as Refinancing DropsInvestors: Courthouse Auctions Heating UpSlideshow: Highest State Foreclosure RatesRealty Check with Diana Olick