A dividing line in American politics

Age remains one of the major dividing lines in American politics. See Bill McInturff’s fascinating breakdown of generational data comparing shifting attitudes from a decade ago compared to today from their NBC News research HERE.

Ten Consequential Slides from 2022

Please check out the ten findings and ten slides that highlight the key trends of 2022 that will continue to impact our country: The lowest consumer confidence in seven decades. Our extreme political polarization, partially driven by the lack of competitive congressional seats and a changing Republican Party. How the issue of abortion roiled the […]

2022 Cycle Recap Infographic

As the 118th Congress is sworn in today, we’d like to look back on our successful 2022 cycle, give a special congratulations to the 14 new GOP members that our firm polled on behalf of, and celebrate our firm’s very own House majority! Check out an infographic highlighting our year here.

Post-Election Debrief

Another look at last week’s elections, showcasing key takeaways from our Election Night Survey. The full debrief can be viewed here.

Public Opinion Strategies Election Night Poll Take-Away Points

Public Opinion Strategies Election Night Poll Take-Away Points Despite the record-breaking negative mood of the country, and lackluster Biden approval scores, the GOP’s narrow margin on the generic ballot translated into a smaller advantage than anticipated in the US House. Voters’ top issues were “rising prices and inflation” and “abortion,” followed by “the economy and […]

2022 Post Election Press Release

Public Opinion Strategies was proud to poll in 13 successful major statewide races and help elect seven new Members of Congress with many more to come as more votes are counted. Read more about our big wins on election night here.

NBC News Final Weekend Survey

NEW: 16 slides that show why tomorrow is very likely to be a great night for Republicans up and down the ballot here.

In the News: The battle for Senate control

Bill McInturff’s take on the Senate: “Nationally, Joe Biden is at 41% in swing states…so you’re asking a Democratic candidate to run roughly 10 points above the president… the Senate is closer to being Republican than people imagine. Read more of what partner Bill McInturff has to say here.

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