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A different kind of March Madness descends upon Washington today as the Senate Judiciary Committee begins Judge Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation hearings.  Gorsuch appears to have the votes to be confirmed as the next associate justice of the Supreme Court.  The verdict on Judge Gorsuch in the court of public opinion polling, however, has become more […]

FOR RELEASE: JANUARY 4, 2017 CONTACT: 703.836.7655 Public Opinion Strategies is pleased to announce that George Nassar has joined the firm as a Vice President.  For the last two cycles, George served as Regional Political Director at the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC). At the NRCC, Nassar led a team advising incumbent and challenger campaigns […]

POS wishes to congratulate Todd Young on his overwhelming victory in Tuesday’s Republican primary for U.S. Senate in Indiana. Young defeated his opponent, 67%-33%, winning 79 of the state’s 92 counties and collecting nearly 70,000 more votes than the Presidential primary winner, Donald Trump. “I’ve worked with Todd for seven years. He is a great […]

This article was written by Aaron Zitner and ran in The Wall Street Journal April 29, 2016. GOP Turnout, Already Strong, Is Getting Stronger Republican turnout this primary season is up 64{09f965da52dc6ab4c1643a77bd40d1f729d807040cd8db540234bb981a782222} over 2012 levels, new data show, with participation accelerating in recent months as voters in big states got a rare shot to play a meaningful role. The […]

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