Congratulations from Public Opinion Strategies
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Congratulations from Public Opinion Strategies

Public Opinion Strategies congratulates all of our winning clients last night! In total, POS polled on behalf of or in support of four new statewide office holders, six new state house or senate members, three new mayors, and was on the winning side of eight ballot issues.  Again we congratulate the winners. Winning candidates include: […]

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Democrats Are Turning on Hillary Just Like FIFA Rolled on Sepp Blatter (They Aren’t)

Who’s Sepp Blatter?  He’s the guy who was re-elected to his fifth term as head of big-league soccer’s international governing body (FIFA) despite 14 of his top executives being criminally charged.  Newsflash: Blatter resigned his post today. Just as FIFA members rubber-stamped Blatter, Democratic primary voters do the same for Hillary Clinton: in the last […]

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POS Helps David Granger Win Presidential Race in Guyana

Public Opinion Strategies wishes to congratulate David Granger, the new President of Guyana.  Sworn in on Saturday May 16th, David Granger and his Partnership for National Unity/Alliance for Change coalition represents the first time the Government has changed hands since 1992. Granger led the APNU/AFC multi-ethnic coalition to victory on May 11, breaking many of […]

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March Nonsense

Rebounding off of Dave Wilson’s post yesterday on who participates in NCAA tournament bracket games, it may also be important to take note of how much our nation spends on these gambling pools. Spending on bracket gambling has jumped three-fold from $2.5 billion in 2008 to an estimated $9 billion in 2015. This is despite the […]

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The Irony of President Obama’s Rising Job Approval: He Should Thank a Few of His “Frenemies”

President Obama’s State of the Union speech was one giant spiking of the football; linking his policies to America’s swelling economy and taking credit for the whole kit and caboodle. Strange he left out the real cause of it all: plummeting gas prices caused by an oil glut. The following chart should cure any doubts […]

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