The poll of 601 adults in Richmond, Henrico, and Chesterfield counties that was conducted by Public Opinion Strategies and FrederickPolls shows that respondents ranked VCU first among six major employers in the Richmond area for economic impact, with 31% of those polled saying VCU has the most significant economic impact. Read more about how VCU […]
In a recent national survey conducted by Public Opinion Strategies, 68% of respondents agree that there should be less government regulation for small businesses and 65% say the same about self-employed workers. Read more about a topic that both Democrats and Republicans can agree on here.
Neil Newhouse, a partner in the Republican polling firm Public Opinion Strategies, provided data to The Times showing that in 1980, Republicans won 76 of the 100 counties with the largest share of college degrees. In 2020, Democrats won 84 of these high education counties. Read more here about how the Democrats are gaining higher […]
Public Opinion Strategies conducted a regional online survey in Maryland among 525 adults ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday to see whether the coronavirus was having any impact on people’s in-person holiday plans. More than four in ten (44%) residents interviewed said they were not canceling their in-person Thanksgiving or other holiday plans because of the […]
Robert Blizzard, a Republican pollster, said that criminal justice reform proposals garner support across the board, and help Republicans reach outside their base to groups like suburban women and people of color. Read more about the opinions of voters on Criminal Justice Reform here.
Our firm was involved in winning statewide campaigns in eleven states. We polled for at least seven new Members of Congress and helped flip at least four seats to the GOP. Our firm now polls for approximately one-quarter of the House GOP caucus. This year, we polled for winning legislative campaigns in twelve states: Arizona, […]
Glen Bolger, a partner in the Republican polling firm Public Opinion Strategies, said a majority across the country opposes the message of defunding the police. “It’s just one of those things where, every time the Democrats who supported it talked about it and touted it, as a Republican campaign strategist, I was like, ‘Yes, please […]
While there are numerous examples of ticket-splitting between Presidential preference and Congressional preference, our election night poll shows that fully 91% of voters voted a straight ticket. Click here to learn more about the highest percentage of straight-ticket voting in 20 years.
Women wrestled with this decision – waiting longer to make up their minds – with a high number keeping their vote a secret. It came down to the economy and the virus with suburban women prioritizing each equally. Click here to learn more about the suburban woman.
Unlike Bigfoot, “Shy Trump Voters” exist, and they tend to be female, higher educated, suburban and married. Click here for the full slide deck on “Shy Trump Voters.”