Posts by Robert Blizzard
The Clinton Loss

Even though Hillary Clinton is likely the popular vote winner nationally, Clinton did NOT get what she needed with minorities, leaving millions of votes on the table with African-Americans and Hispanics who were there four years ago for President Obama’s re-election. And, President-elect Donald Trump actually did marginally worse with White voters than Romney by […]

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NEW POLL RESULTS — Persuadable Voters in Key Senate Battleground States

FROM: Julie Hootkin, Global Strategy Group & Robert Blizzard, Public Opinion Strategies As we enter the final weeks of the 2016 election, undecided voters continue to struggle to make sense of this wild election cycle and are looking for facts online to inform their choices on Election Day. According to a survey of 500 persuadable likely […]

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MEMO TO NATIONAL MEDIA: NATIONAL GOP PRIMARY POLLS ARE MOSTLY MEANINGLESS

This week, the well-respected pollsters at Quinnipiac University released the results from a national survey of 672 Republicans they conducted November 23-30, 2015.  This poll found Donald Trump leading the GOP race with 27% of the vote, followed by Marco Rubio (17%), Ted Cruz (16%), Ben Carson (16%), Jeb Bush (5%), and several other candidates […]

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Millennials on Snapchat Are Politically Engaged, Following 2016 Race

According to a recent survey, Snapchat is a powerful vehicle for political campaigns to engage the elusive audience of 18-34 year old millennials who will help decide the 2016 election. A national poll of 1,517 millennials aged 18-34, conducted online October 15-25, by Global Strategy Group/Public Opinion Strategies, found that millennial Snapchat users are engaging with the political […]

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New Poll: College Football Fans Believe The National Media Is Biased Toward The SEC

By a 43{09f965da52dc6ab4c1643a77bd40d1f729d807040cd8db540234bb981a782222}-34{09f965da52dc6ab4c1643a77bd40d1f729d807040cd8db540234bb981a782222} margin, a plurality of college football fans believe the national media, including ESPN, shows a bias toward the SEC in their college football reporting. In fact, only those fans who live in SEC states believe the national media covers the Power Five fairly – and still nearly 40{09f965da52dc6ab4c1643a77bd40d1f729d807040cd8db540234bb981a782222} of those fans believe there’s an SEC […]

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