Posts by Micah Roberts
Same Change, Different Year

Tell me if you’ve heard this one…America elects a president based more on celebrity than on credentials and more on his promises than on his actions. He is the unlikely candidate that vanquishes the opposition’s establishment candidate, one with decades of experience in government and in foreign relations. He has a captivating presence, is an […]

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Most Americans Expect Trump To Bring The “Right Kind” Of Change In The Way Things Are Done In Government

Public Opinion Strategies conducted a national survey of 800 adults January 18-22, 2017, that asked respondents how likely it is Donald Trump will bring real change to the direction of the country, and whether that change is the right kind or the wrong kind. The results may be a shock to most Americans who have, […]

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Trump Bump: Americans More Positive About The Direction Of The Country Since Election

A NBC News/The Wall Street Journal survey conducted January 12-15, 2017 tested a full and thorough battery of questions about both the incoming and outgoing presidents. It provided a comprehensive overview of the state of public opinion about politics and policy as we embark on the peaceful transfer of power between two parties and two […]

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Trump Wins Presidency With Consistent Message of Change in a Dangerous Time

Trump’s message tapped into the zeitgeist of America. His consistent message and positioning as a change agent carried him to an Electoral College victory last night. These broad themes were well-covered and “baked-in” to the polling conducted on behalf of NBC News and The Wall Street Journal. In the summer and throughout the election voters’ […]

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What Just Happened: Majority Of Election Night Voters Agree with Trump’s Core Populist Message

In an Election Night Poll of 800 actual voters conducted by Public Opinion Strategies last night we asked voters whether they agree or disagree with the following statement: “The economic and political systems in the country are stacked against people like me.” Voters were pretty split with 50{09f965da52dc6ab4c1643a77bd40d1f729d807040cd8db540234bb981a782222} agreeing and 45{09f965da52dc6ab4c1643a77bd40d1f729d807040cd8db540234bb981a782222} disagreeing with this statement. […]

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