We are 44 states and 27 exit polls into the Democratic primary race. It is not over yet with 930 delegates to be selected, six states,
We have been spending months talking about Hillary Clinton’s historically low ratings compared to past presidential candidates.
Our concern is people get inured to hearing this and,
There is a reason there’s an old age “A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words.”
We don’t need to write very much because Americans have told us a very clear story.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have been in the public eye for most of their adult lives. In that time, the American people have formed pretty definitive opinions about each – with the consensus turning toward the negative.
Since the start of the presidential primary season on February 1st, we have been tracking voter turnout and primary exit poll/caucus entrance poll data released by The New York Times and CNN.
Over the last two Presidential election cycles, there were numerous articles and analyses whether or not Barack Obama’s polling results would be impacted by the so-called Bradley Effect,
Three ways millennial runners break the generation’s stereotype
Today, 42 million Americans are considered either a runner or jogger, and about 43% of them are millennials (born between 1980-2000.)[i] While,
In a different blog post, we highlighted the surge in turnout among Republicans in Iowa and New Hampshire. There are a lot of ways in polling to measure intensity,
The two Real Clear Politics frontrunners based on the average of the national polls, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, have already reached a dubious historical point that no other recent open seat Presidential candidate has done – sky high negatives!
This week, the well-respected pollsters at Quinnipiac University released the results from a national survey of 672 Republicans they conducted November 23-30, 2015. This poll found Donald Trump leading the GOP race with 27% of the vote,