Timeline of Key Events for Public Opinion Strategies

Timeline of Key Events Since the founding of Public Opinion Strategies in 1991, the firm has conducted 10 million interviews, completed a total of 24,412 projects, and currently represents six governors, 11 Senators, and 44 Members of Congress.  Since 2004, along with its Democratic partner, the firm conducts The NBC/WSJ Poll and, since 2007, the […]

Marietta Daily Journal: Senate Race Tightens as Loeffler Gains Momentum

Public Opinion Strategies, featured in the Marietta Daily Journal, talks about Loeffler gaining momentum: A poll of Georgia voters by Public Opinion Strategies shows Loeffler and Collins neck and neck, while President Trump reportedly will stay on the sidelines, making no endorsement. In the poll conducted Feb. 17-20, Loeffler moved from 15% in a January survey […]

Tattoos, Pot and Football: Our Daily Lives Reflected in WSJ/NBC News Polls

The below article from Aaron Zitner and Danny Dougherty at The Wall Street Journal profiles and highlights data from years of work that Public Opinion Strategies partners Bill McInturff and Micah Roberts have done in cooperation with Hart Research Associates, The Wall Street Journal, and NBC News. Would you rather be five years younger or […]

How the Economic Experience Shapes Politics

Bill McInturff joins Wall Street Journal to discuss why, despite the economy being listed as a top priority for swing voters, politicians still struggle to connect voters on this pivotal issue. Check out the 4 minute video here.

Public Opinion Strategies Polls in 18 Successful 2019 Elections

The survey research firm of Public Opinion Strategies (POS) polled for winning efforts in 18 campaigns this year. The firm worked as part of successful campaign teams in (by state in alphabetical order): Arizona, where Tucson voters stopped an effort to create a sanctuary city. Also, three bond issues won handily in Scottsdale. California, where […]

Public Education Update

With students across the country heading back to school, it seems like an appropriate time to update some past posts I’ve written on public education. Earlier this summer, Gallup* released its annual report on confidence in public institutions.  I first examined this data as it relates to public schools back in 2013.  The latest data […]

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