In the News: Voters prefer clean energy candidates
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In the News: Voters prefer clean energy candidates

A poll conducted by Public Opinion Strategies that was released Wednesday by the Conservative Energy Network shows voters want candidates who back clean energy development. According to the poll, 72% of voters think it is important for candidates to share their stance on clean energy issues and 68% say they would support a candidate who backs […]

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COVID-19 Update with key takeaways

Over the course of the COVID-19 outbreak, we have carefully and thoroughly tracked publicly available public opinion research on a wide variety of issues relevant to both our work and our clients’ work. Drawing from multiple national surveys conducted over the past few weeks, this summary analyzes key data on the impact the outbreak continues […]

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In the News: No break in division after Trump defeat

Washington Post: Bill McInturff, a Republican pollster, said his firm’s analysis of the election concluded that this was the smallest number of ticket-splitters since his firm began its measurement two decades ago. “We’ve stopped having any intersection [between the two sides],” he said. Read more about the divide in beliefs and values within our country […]

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In the News: Poll of area adults shows high level of regard for VCU

The poll of 601 adults in Richmond, Henrico, and Chesterfield counties that was conducted by Public Opinion Strategies and FrederickPolls shows that respondents ranked VCU first among six major employers in the Richmond area for economic impact, with 31% of those polled saying VCU has the most significant economic impact. Read more about how VCU […]

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In the News: Reforming Licensing Is Something Americans Of All Political Stripes Can Get Behind

In a recent national survey conducted by Public Opinion Strategies, 68% of respondents agree that there should be less government regulation for small businesses and 65% say the same about self-employed workers. Read more about a topic that both Democrats and Republicans can agree on here.

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