Since early March we have examined a host of issues surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak, including personal health concerns, behavioral changes, the economic impact, opinions on privacy, information sources and perceptions of how elected officials have handled the crisis. Our most recent summary explores attitudes on resuming everyday activities, the economic impact of COVID-19, the impact […]
One of the Nation’s Leading Public Opinion Research Firms Aids Republicans in Flipping a Democratic Held Congressional Seat in California to Republican For First Time in Over Two Decades Public Opinion Strategies today congratulated Mike Garcia on winning California’s 25th congressional district and National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) Chairman Tom Emmer for flipping a seat […]
A new survey conducted by Public Opinion Strategies in partnership with Jarrard Phillips Cate & Hancock examines some of the critical questions facing America’s health care delivery system: How are hospitals and health care providers positioned to shape the national dialogue about our country’s recovery from COVID-19? When will Americans be ready to resume “life […]
How have Arizonans viewed Doug Ducey’s response to Coronavirus? Read more here from Bill McInturff and Nicole McCleskey’s recent survey on behalf of Arizona Rock Products Association.
In only 10 charts we show some of the most dramatic shifts in a month we have witnessed: A 51 point increase in American voters saying they are worried that they or a family member might get coronavirus. A precipitous drop in rating the economy with a 25 point decline in only 24 days in […]