European Union and U.S. Views on Ukraine Crisis

With ongoing turmoil in Ukraine, Americans express concern over the situation but continue to favor a more restrained foreign policy approach to the conflict with Russia. Over three-quarters (78{09f965da52dc6ab4c1643a77bd40d1f729d807040cd8db540234bb981a782222}) of Americans are very or somewhat concerned about the current situation in Ukraine. Yet, there is a strong preference to pursue economic and diplomatic measures (65{09f965da52dc6ab4c1643a77bd40d1f729d807040cd8db540234bb981a782222}) […]

On this 100th anniversary of Mother’s Day, Public Opinion Strategies is proud to present the findings from the latest chapter of our Walmart Moms Research series. Together with Margie Omero from Purple Strategies, we teamed up with Parade Magazine to conduct a special Mother’s Day survey of Walmart Moms – a unique and critical group […]

Eighty-four percent of Minnesota’s manufacturing executives are confident about their company’s future, but they’re always keeping an eye on outside inhibitors to growth. With a wary eye still watching the horizon for economic and regulatory turbulence, Minnesota’s manufacturers appear to be cautiously poised to grow in 2014, according to the results of the sixth annual […]

Ah spring. When a young man’s fancy lightly turns to… tattoos? With apologies to Lord Tennyson, spring does seem to reveal more ink than even public displays of affection these days.  At the beach, the ball park, or the bars, we had been noticing a lot more tats as winter sweaters give way to summery […]

Democratic after-action reports on their Florida-13 special election loss are clear: they lost because they didn’t turn out the vote.   While there is much parsing on the who, what, when and where of Obamacare, the facts are that Republicans showed up while Democrats didn’t. Take a look at what Alex Sink’s pollster Geoff Garin […]

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