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How To Run Unopposed And Alienate Swing Voters

By Micah Roberts

With every national poll of Democratic primary voters reporting at least 50-point leads against any other probable or…

POS Helps David Granger Win Presidential Race in Guyana

By Gene Ulm

Public Opinion Strategies wishes to congratulate David Granger, the new President of Guyana.  Sworn in on Saturday May…

The Growth in Independents…Is Not

By Bill McInturff

As our previous research has indicated, Independents, with leaners included, constitute a growing portion of the electorate.  The…

Key Findings from the Q1 2015 CNBC All-America Economic Survey

By Micah Roberts

Below are 10 key findings from the Q1 CNBC All-America Economic Survey, conducted from March 26-29 among 800…

Spend or save? How Americans plan to use their tax refunds

By Becky Kramer
With the calendar flipping to April 15 and procrastinating Americans scrambling to file their income taxes today, two recent national surveys shed some light on what adults plan to do with their refunds. According to the Allstate/National Journal Heartland Monitor Poll* more than one-in-three (37%) Americans who anticipate receiving a…

A Long Horizon: Some Observations About Party Identification Over the Past 25 Years

By Bill McInturff
Pollsters famously maintain their findings represent attitudes as “a snapshot in time.” But, examining data points over a long period provides a great deal of insight into trends in public opinion. One of the most significant measures of public opinion is voters’ partisanship, and trends here can portend a lot,…

Religious Service Attendance

By Martin Shull
Americans report attending religious services less frequently than they have in the past. The decline in the number of Americans saying they attend services “once a week or more often” and the corresponding rise in the number of Americans saying…

Birds of a Feather

By Martin Shull
We wanted to know if Republican voters living in Blue states like California or Massachusetts are different from Republicans living in Red states like Texas or South Carolina. To answer our question, we merged together the Republican registered voters we…

It’s Time to Address the State of Mental Health in the U.S.

By Elizabeth Harrington
Public Opinion Strategies conducted a national telephone survey in January 2015 regarding Americans attitudes about mental health on behalf of The Kennedy Forum. The survey results show Americans believe mental health conditions are a serious public health problem and changes…

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