What we are seeing out there on COVID-19

  Friends and clients: Last week we advised you we were moving forward and that was certainly true as we completed multiple studies around the country. Here’s what we are finding: 1)  People want to talk!  Our incidence and cooperation rates were higher last week.  We also extended our interviewing hours earlier in the day […]

In the News: Tuesday’s Vote Shows Older and Moderate Democrats Drive Primaries

“Sanders has had an impact on moving the policy goals inside the Democratic Primary to the left’’ on health care, immigration and energy production, said Micah Roberts, a Republican and pollster with Public Opinion Strategies. “Biden’s buy-in with Sanders’ policies may prove to be an albatross as Biden attempts to pivot to the center between […]

In the News: How Corona Virus is affecting the upcoming 2020 presidential election

Republican pollster Neil Newhouse says “While the desire to define Biden is without question, this health crisis is going to kick the campaign’s timing down the road a bit. It may not make it more difficult to define Biden, it just delays it,” Newhouse said. “Effectively, the campaign will be compressed into a narrower window.” […]

Update: Public Opinion Strategies is prepared to move forward

Friends and clients: Even as we all are closely following the developing news around the Coronavirus, please know that Public Opinion Strategies is uniquely prepared to keep moving forward. First, let me report that having done The NBC/WSJ Poll over the last few days, response rates, the demographic profile of participants, and the actual data were unchanged from past tracks and quite solid.  […]

In the News: Should the United States have a Mandatory Two-year Draft?

According to a 2018 Public Opinion Strategies poll, about two-thirds of Americans would support a national service program. And it would be good policy: alumni of existing service programs go on to complete four-year college at much higher rates than their non-service peers. Click here to read more on the american opinion on a two-year draft.  

In the News: A Close Look at the States that Could Determine to 2020 Presidential Election

The upcoming election between President Donald Trump and the eventual Democratic nominee could come down to just a half dozen states. Republican pollster Neil Newhouse sees Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin as “critical” to Trump’s re-election. States that he expects to go their way but won’t take for granted are Florida, North Carolina and Arizona. “Those […]

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