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POS in the News, 3/10/09

WKOW reported on the MacIver Institute poll conducted by Gene Ulm: Wisconsin will elect a State Supreme Court justice and a new state school superintendent in the Spring election, and a newly released poll from the MacIver Institute for Public Policy finds nearly half the likely voters have not settled on a candidate in either […]

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POS in the News, 3/9/09

Sheboygan Shenanigans runs a press release from the MacIver Institute regarding a poll conducted by Gene Ulm: By overwhelming numbers, Wisconsinites think state government should cut spending rather than raise taxes to close the state’s nearly six billion dollar budget deficit according to a new statewide survey conducted for the MacIver Institute for Public Policy. “Wisconsinites […]

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NBC / Wall Street Journal survey — February 2009 Results

Click here to view the results of the latest NBC-Wall Street Journal survey conducted by Public Opinion Strategies from February 26-March 1, 2009 of 1,007 adults.

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POS in the News, 3/6/09

Yael T. Abouhalkah, of the Kansas City Star, writes about a red light camera survey mentioned in yesterday’s POS in the News: Still, the findings came from the office of respected pollster Neil Newhouse. And they back up the general feeling that the public wants lawbreakers to be caught with the cameras, as long as […]

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POS in the News, 3/5/09

Below are today’s excerpts from the media mentioning Public Opinion Strategies and our Partners. MSNBC’s First Read includes a quote from Bill McInturff on the NBC/WSJ poll results: While we have covered all the new administration’s ups and downs, it is absolutely clear which party has suffered the most in public opinion these first six […]

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