Posts by Caitlin Reed
Sugar Spans the Partisan Divide

Public Opinion Strategies has a candy bowl at the front desk.  The selection of candy is expertly curated by our office manager, who can tell you the candy preference of almost everyone on staff.  On my several-times-daily trip to the front for a mini Krackle Bar, I’ve learned that some of the POS partners prefer […]

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I’m a happy homebody, and so are many Americans.

On most weekdays, a coworker of mine enthusiastically asks me “what are you doing tonight?”. Usually my answer is quite dull, ranging from “laundry” to “I’m behind on my shows” with a smattering of “I need to vacuum” (note: I do have friends). Luckily for me, a little more than seven in ten Americans identify […]

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Tinfoil Tuesday

Look to the grassy knoll! The moon landing was faked! President Obama is a reptilian! Denver International Airport is the headquarters for the New World Order! I believe in only one of these conspiracy theories (the grassy knoll theory is compelling), and I’m certainly not alone.  According to an October 2014 article published in the […]

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SCOTUS Half-Time Update

Public Opinion Strategies released our National Omnibus survey numbers.  As several POS blog posts have noted, Neil Gorsuch’s nomination is viewed favorably by voters nationally; a trend that has increased since February.  In the March omnibus survey, 39{09f965da52dc6ab4c1643a77bd40d1f729d807040cd8db540234bb981a782222} of respondents supported Gorsuch’s nomination to the Supreme Court, a 5{09f965da52dc6ab4c1643a77bd40d1f729d807040cd8db540234bb981a782222} increase since the February NBC/Wall Street […]

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Is Neil Gorsuch a Win in the Polls?

Last week Donald Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch, a conservative federal appellate judge, to the Supreme Court. Though most Americans do not yet have an opinion on Gorsuch, recent polling states that a conservative pick is supported by Americans. The Supreme Court nomination was an important issue to 2016 voters. According to NBC News exit polling, one-in-five voters said […]

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