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NBC NEWS/WALL STREET JOURNAL

The latest NBC-WSJ Poll conducted February 21-24 finds a souring public mood, frozen approval for the president’s performance, and a drop in approval of his handling for the economy. There is a great deal of interesting data on a range of issues but the broader story of the poll are the across-the-board deficits in confidence […]

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Jim Hobart and Micah Roberts Promoted at Public Opinion Strategies

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 4, 2013   JIM HOBART AND MICAH ROBERTS PROMOTED AT PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES  Alexandria, VA – Public Opinion Strategies announced the promotions today of Jim Hobart and Micah Roberts to Vice President. Jim Hobart is a research veteran who has overseen nearly seven hundred research projects in forty-one states.  Last year, […]

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NBC NEWS/WALL STREET JOURNAL

The latest NBC-WSJ poll covered a wide range of policy issues that confront the country as Barack Obama prepares to be sworn in for his second term as President. Barack Obama The new NBC-WSJ poll finds majorities approve of the job he is doing overall (52{09f965da52dc6ab4c1643a77bd40d1f729d807040cd8db540234bb981a782222}) and have a positive personal image of him (52{09f965da52dc6ab4c1643a77bd40d1f729d807040cd8db540234bb981a782222}). […]

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PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES NAMES ROBERT BLIZZARD AS A PARTNER

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 6, 2013 PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES NAMES A NEW PARTNER Alexandria, VA – Public Opinion Strategies is pleased to announce the promotion of Vice President Robert Blizzard to join the firm’s partnership. This past election cycle, Blizzard was the pollster for Andy Barr’s upset victory over long-term Democratic incumbent Ben Chandler.  Also […]

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The Issue of Medicare in the 2012 Campaign

Minority Leader Pelosi reflected the Democrats’ view of the Medicare issue when she said after Congressman Ryan was selected as the vice presidential candidate, “There are three important issues in this campaign.  And in alphabetical order, they are Medicare, Medicare, Medicare…We have a very excellent chance to take back the House.” Instead, Medicare was not […]

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