In the News: Older Americans Will Be a Force in 2022 Elections

“I think there’s just a whole host of reasons that voters feel unsettled,” from COVID to inflation to growing international tensions, says Glen Bolger. Read more about the AARP’s voter education campaign, election turnout among older Americans, and how it may be impacted for the 2022 elections here.

In the News: Poll: Voters Support Commonsense, All-the-Above Energy Policies Championed by Republicans

“60 percent of voters—including 37 percent of Republicans and 66 percent of independents—say the U.S. government should be doing more to address climate change,” said Neil Newhouse. “The data clearly shows that voters are more likely to support a candidate who endorses ‘commonsense’ policies addressing climate change and clean energy; that’s especially the case for […]

What’s Changing? The Latest on American Opinion about COVID and our Health Care System

Friends and clients: A new national survey conducted by Public Opinion Strategies in partnership with Jarrard Phillips Cate & Hancock examines American attitudes on the U.S. health care system and hospitals nearly two fully years into the COVID-19 pandemic. A few takeaways: When it comes to information about critical health issues, a large majority of […]

In the News: The ideas and arguments that will define the next 12 months

“This is an issue that has legs,” said Robert Blizzard about the issue of education and its importance in the 2022 elections, especially those for governor, state legislature, and school board. Read more about the rising importance of education and other top issues for 2022 here.

In the News: G.O.P. Fights Covid Mandates, Then Blame Biden as Cases Rise

“McCarthy’s first hit on Biden is a competence hit – that he sold himself to voters as the guy who can make a difference in the fight against Covid, yet more Americans are dying,” said Neil Newhouse, a Republican pollster who has surveyed voters on the issue. Read more about growing Covid concerns across the […]

In the News: Inflation spikes lead to rising voter concerns. Will Biden be blamed?

“If inflation continues to rise, I think it’s very problematic for Democrats. It’s something we haven’t seen in 40 years,” said Glen Bolger, a veteran Republican pollster. “The longer this goes on, the more it impacts the economy and the mood of voters. Voters are nervous.” Read more about the current impact of inflation on […]

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