POS IN THE NEWS – NOVEMBER 22, 2013
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POS IN THE NEWS – NOVEMBER 22, 2013

The Washington Times noted in an article that “Democrats could be looking at a disastrous 2014.”  This comment in response to Partner Bill McInturff’s blog post that suggests a similarity between former President George W. Bush’s support in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and President Obama’s job approval numbers today. Partner Neil Newhouse was quoted […]

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POS IN THE NEWS – NOVEMBER 15, 2013

Partner, Neil Newhouse was quoted in an article by USA Today about the possibility of a “second act” in politics for Sarah Palin. A poll done in Wisconsin found that a majority of  likely voters hold pro-life views. “The POS poll, with its accurate and precise questions, is consistent with results from scientific polling…” as mentioned […]

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POS in the News – September 27, 2013

A poll done in Wisconsin regarding a program to encourage healthy living in schools and neighborhoods was mentioned in a University of Wisconsin-Madison News post. Also in relation to the Wisconsin healthy living poll, an audio clip from partner Patrick Lanne was included in a Wisconsin Radio Network article. Partner Gene Ulm’s blog post about the 2014 […]

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POS in the News – September 16, 2013

A lot has been happening at POS in the past two weeks: Concerning Syria, Bill McInturff was quoted in two articles about the NBC poll conducted on the issue.  Once by CNN’s iReport and once by The Daily Rundown at msnbc.com. Bill was also quoted in aU.S. News & World Report blog post about President Obama’s approval […]

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POS in the News – August 29, 2013

Politico quoted partner Bill McInturff in an article that discussed war weariness in America and a possible future conflict with Syria. Partner Nicole McCleskey was mentioned in a Roll Call article regarding an upcoming House race in North Carolina. The Christian Science Monitor cited a poll conducted by the firm in an article about the […]

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