“It’s motivating both parties’ bases for sure,” Republican pollster Robert Blizzard said. “It’s not changing the narrative or the trajectory of the races. But that’s today,” he said, citing possible unforeseen events by Election Day. Read more about the divide over the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett here.
As GOP pollster Glen Bolger noted in a tweet this week, “Every Republican campaign should be focusing their messaging on Independents and soft GOPers. The GOP base is rock solid, but swing voters are, as in 2018, a big concern. Read more about the Republican Senate becoming the close call of this election here.
Our partner, Nicole McCleskey and Peter Hart talk to Chuck Todd on Meet the Press about post-debate topics through the eyes of the American people. Watch the full interview here.
Our partners Robert Blizzard and Jarrett Lewis conducted a recent survey across six Senate battleground states on the issue of surprise medical bills. Among other findings, the survey found that 74% of these battleground state voters prefer an independent dispute resolution system over benchmarking or “rate-setting” to resolve cases of surprise medical bills. Click here […]
“The timing of the hearings could potentially stand to give a late shot in the arm to Republican voters down the stretch into Election Day — which could be critically important in offsetting any deficits from early voting,” veteran Republican pollster Robert Blizzard told the Washington Examiner, pointing to “the expected Democratic surge in mail-in, absentee […]
“Trump is fighting three enemies in this campaign. He’s fighting coronavirus, he’s fighting Joe Biden, and he’s fighting the calendar. And truthfully, I think the calendar may be putting the most pressure on him right now in terms of having just 42 days left.” said Neil Newhouse, a partner at Public Opinion Strategies. Watch Neil […]
Newhouse said the presidential debate in Cleveland on September 29 will really matter, with voting starting exactly a week later in Ohio. “The one reason why it matters so much right now is simply because voters have not seen them [the candidates]. Joe Biden, they don’t know him that well. He hasn’t come out on the […]
“There is a pulse of possibility for Donald Trump that was much more difficult to see in July,” Republican pollster Bill McInturff told the Journal. Read more about the decreasing margin in the upcoming election here.
“The polarization in this election was already a 12 on a 1-to-10 scale,” said Neil Newhouse, a Republican pollster. “This pushes it to about 15.” Read more about the shifting battleground in the 2020 election here.
In an analysis of 2020 polling released by Quibi and NBC News, conducted by Public Opinion Strategies and Hart Research, new polling shows what Generation Z and millenial voters are thinking about the upcoming Presidential election candidates. Read about the surprising five things younger voters are saying here.