Posts by Public Opinion Strategies
POS in the News 7/2/2010

Nicole McCleskey was quoted in Politico regarding the GOP Senate Primary in Colorado. Glen Bolger was quoted in Hotline On Call concerning Tea Party focus groups. Public Opinion Strategies was cited in a commentary by Tamar Jacoby on CNN.com. Neil Newhouse was quoted in the Los Angeles Times regarding the fall election.

read more
POS in the News 6/25/2010

Neil Newhouse was cited in The Washington Post concerning a nationwide survey of Wal-Mart Moms and the mid-term elections. Patrick Lanne was quoted in The Washington Post regarding Virginia’s 2nd Congressional District race. Public Opinion Strategies was mentioned by The Richmond Times-Dispatch about Governor Bob McDonnell’s approval numbers. Nicole McCleskey was quoted in the Denver […]

read more
POS in the News 6/18/2010

Bill McInturff was quoted in the New York Times regarding President Obama’s approval numbers. Glen Bolger was cited regarding his involvement with the NPR Congressional Battleground poll. Bill McInturff was quoted by Southern California Public Radio concerning health care. Glen Bolger was cited in The Washington Post, National Review Online, Yahoo News, Politico, and National […]

read more
POS in the News 6/11/2010

Glen Bolger was mentioned in the Southern Political Report about the Georgia gubernatorial race. Lori Weigel was quoted in The Gainesville Sun regarding a local tax referendum. Bill McInturff was quoted in the Wall Street Journal concerning the country’s anti-incumbent  mood. Glen Bolger was quoted in the St. Louis Globe-Democrat about unifying the Republican base […]

read more
POS in the News 6/4/2010

Public Opinion Strategies was mentioned in a Franklin News Post article regarding Virginia State Senator Robert Hurt. Neil Newhouse was quoted in the New York Times with respect to government spending. Public Opinion Strategies was cited in the The Detroit News regarding the Michigan governor’s race. Neil Newhouse was quoted in the Hartford Courant about […]

read more
Public Opinion Strategies