The Vote In The House Fails to Build Support for Health Care Reform
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The Vote In The House Fails to Build Support for Health Care Reform

By Bill McInturff and Elizabeth Harrington In one of the first national surveys completed after the House vote on health care reform…things do not look good for President Obama and Democrats in Congress: Opposition to President Obama’s health care plan is higher after the House vote than our previous tracks (29{09f965da52dc6ab4c1643a77bd40d1f729d807040cd8db540234bb981a782222} favor/40{09f965da52dc6ab4c1643a77bd40d1f729d807040cd8db540234bb981a782222} oppose). Voters’ net […]

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Americans to Obama: Go slower

This article was co-authored by Bill McInturff and Alex Bratty. It may be August, but we’re still here monitoring the public mood as the health care debate picks up steam. The latest news: Americans are paying attention to the health care debate and the message they’re sending to Obama is “go slow!” Our recent NBC […]

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Americans are getting focused on health care reform – and many don’t like what they see.

This article was co-authored by Bill McInturff and Alex Bratty. A few weeks ago your faithful pollsters checked in to report what we were seeing in our data on the health care debate. Back then almost a third of the country (30%) said they did not know enough to have an opinion about the President’s […]

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The Health Care Debate: Witness The “NIMBY” Effect In Action

This article was co-authored by Bill McInturff and Alex Bratty. If you’ve been following the ins-and-outs of the health care debate and reading some of the recent articles regarding public attitudes towards the proposal for a public plan you might be a little confused about what it is people really want. And rightly so, for […]

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Prevention Now For a Healthier Future

This article was co-authored by Bill McInturff, partner and co-founder, Public Opinion Strategies AND Al Quinlan, president Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research Quit smoking.  Eat right.  Exercise more.  For years, you’ve heard this from your family, your doctors, your teachers, your friends.  Now, you can hear it on pretty much any street corner in the country. […]

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