Testing the Electoral College: Question Wording Matters

Since the founding of the Republic, Americans have elected 44 men as president over the course of nearly five dozen presidential elections.  In just five of those elections, the winner of the popular vote was not also the winner of the Electoral College and thus was not elected president.  Most recently, Hillary Clinton won the […]

According to a recent survey, Snapchat is a powerful vehicle for political campaigns to engage the elusive audience of 18-34 year old millennials who will help decide the 2016 election. A national poll of 1,517 millennials aged 18-34, conducted online October 15-25, by Global Strategy Group/Public Opinion Strategies, found that millennial Snapchat users are engaging with the political […]

Public Opinion Strategies congratulates all of our winning clients last night! In total, POS polled on behalf of or in support of four new statewide office holders, six new state house or senate members, three new mayors, and was on the winning side of eight ballot issues.  Again we congratulate the winners. Winning candidates include: […]

With the calendar flipping to April 15 and procrastinating Americans scrambling to file their income taxes today, two recent national surveys shed some light on what adults plan to do with their refunds. According to the Allstate/National Journal Heartland Monitor Poll* more than one-in-three (37{09f965da52dc6ab4c1643a77bd40d1f729d807040cd8db540234bb981a782222}) Americans who anticipate receiving a refund will use the money […]

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