STATEMENT ON THE PASSING OF STEVE KINNEY
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STATEMENT ON THE PASSING OF STEVE KINNEY

The partners of Public Opinion Strategies are deeply saddened to announce the passing of our friend and partner, Steve Kinney.  Steve died May 19, 2013 at the age of 69 from cancer in hospice care at his home in Redondo Beach, California.  Steve had long been a leading consultant in California Republican politics. Steve loved […]

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Did Boston Cause Americans to be More Worried About Becoming a Victim of Terrorism?

With the recent bombing in Boston, terrorism has returned to the forefront of American minds.  But did the horror of last month’s attack have the effect of making Americans more worried about becoming a victim of terrorism themselves?  Fortunately, there is historical data available to answer that question.  Many thanks to the public opinion archives […]

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The Guest Worker Program: A Crucial Element of Immigration Reform

With the flurry of media attention surrounding the Gang of Eight releasing the details of its bipartisan immigration reform bill a couple weeks ago, immigration reform has once again moved to the front-burner of American political discourse.  Catchphrases such as “securing our borders” and “providing a pathway to citizenship” have been used so much in […]

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Medication Non-Adherence is a Major Health Issue

Public Opinion Strategies and Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research conducted a national poll that shows nearly two-thirds of Americans who take prescription medications are non-adherent, meaning they are not taking their medications as prescribed by their doctors. This has real implications on Americans’ health.

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Bill McInturff on the Daily Rundown with Chuck Todd

Bill McInturff was on MSNBC’s Daily Rundown with Chuck Todd today to discuss public policy trends across the states based on an analysis conducted by the firm on all 50 State of the State speeches. Click here for more information on the State of the State speeches.

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