This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Anthony Mason) How American are losing economic ground examined; various Census and Labor Department statistics on income and education cited. [In South Salem, New York, garage owner Chuck TATOR- explains his long work week.] [University of Wisconsin-Madison Timothy SMEEDING- says inequality did not decline; states low-skill labor is in trouble.]
(Madison, Wisconsin: Chip Reid) The efforts by President Obama to get out the young vote for Campaign 2010 featured; scenes shown from the University of Wisconsin in Madison. [Four STUDENTS, professor John COLEMAN- comment on Obama in 2008 and the elections now.] Obama's statement in "Rolling Stone" magazine about the Democratic base quoted.
(Columbus, Ohio: Dean Reynolds) The election campaign in Ohio, which has 10 percent unemployment, featured; details given about the race between Representative Mary Jo Kilroy and Republican Steve Stivers and the governor's race between Governor Ted Strickland and challenger John Kasich. [Two OHIOANS - comment.] [KILROY, STIVERS - talk politics.] [Ohio State University professor Paul BECK- says unemployment dominates.] [Ohio Republican Party director Jason MAUK- talks strategy.]
(Studio: Katie Couric, Jeff Greenfield) The significance of the Ohio numbers expressing dissatisfaction with President Obama after Democratic success in the state in recent years discussed.
(Afghanistan: Lara Logan) A fight in a remote canyon near the border featured; scenes shown of American soldiers amid gunfire. [Forward operating base commander Lt. Col. James VOWELL- talks about casualties with the Pakistan Taliban going after us; comments on their resources.] [101st Airborne Div. commander Maj. Gen. John CAMPBELL- worries about losing support for the war back home.]
(Roswell, Georgia: Byron Pitts) A Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life "quiz" on what Americans know about religion examined; examples cited. [Boston University professor Stephen PROTHERO- comments on what Americans know about religion.] [Pew's Gregory SMITH- says atheists and agnostics come out on top.] [On the street, several AMERICANS - give answers.] [Roswell, Georgia, United Methodist Rev. Nancy LANE- says we have diluted the Gospel message.] [Businessman Lee HOLLINGSWORTH- talks about his faith.]
(Chengdu, China: Celia Hatton) The Project Panda contest designed to help preserve the wild pandas of China and their shrinking forest featured; scenes shown of the pandas at a Chinese panda reserve. [American contestant Ashley ROBINSON- calls this an opportunity.]