We wanted to share some important trends we are seeing in regards to 2020 turnout, improving numbers for the Republican party’s image, new work we are doing about political ideology, as well as highlight some of the challenges facing Republican candidates this cycle. We also focus on some elements of President Trump’s strengths and signs […]

A “frenemy” is a combination of “friend” and “enemy” – a person you are friendly with but ultimately do not like or trust. Looking at the numbers from our NBC/Wall Street Journal poll earlier this year, many Americans may see social media as more of a frenemy than friend. Only 36% have a favorable opinion […]

Democratic presidential hopeful, Elizabeth Warren, became the first Democratic contender to float impeachment of President Trump in the wake of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s now-finished investigation into Russian election interference.  It remains to be seen just how palatable such proceedings would be to the American public now that the full report has been delivered and […]

This past Sunday, Public Opinion Strategies Partner Bill McInturff sat down on “Meet the Press” to discuss the latest polling numbers with Chuck Todd and Fred Yang of Hart Research.  He highlighted some of the key findings from the most recent NBC News/Wall Street Journal survey, including President Trump’s job approval.  The discussion touched on […]

Partisan disagreements over the government shutdown in the lead-up to President Donald Trump’s second State of the Union (SOTU) Address cast a cloud of uncertainty over the speech.  In the end, the shutdown came to a close, Speaker Pelosi relented, and the president delivered his third address to a joint session of Congress. Most importantly, […]

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