In the News: Biden economic approval rating drops amid inflation fears

“Surging COVID and rising inflation are creating a bleaker outlook throughout the next 12 months than we’ve measured since the 2008 recession,” said Micah Roberts, a partner with Public Opinion Strategies and the survey’s GOP pollster. “Forty-three percent say the economy will get worse in the next year, tied for the highest we have measured […]

Most Americans Want to Share and Access More Digital Health Data

A national survey conducted in 2020 by Public Opinion Strategies and Hart Research Associates in conjunction with The Pew Charitable Trusts shows: Eighty-one percent of adults support increased access to health information for patients and providers. More than two-thirds of adults want their clinicians to exchange some health information that federal data-sharing polices don’t currently […]

In the News: Suddenly, (some) Republicans are all in on the vaccine

Republican pollster Glen Bolger told me that he didn’t think the G.O.P.’s about-face stemmed from a sudden fear of electoral debacle so much as a reflection of the alarming trend lines in red America. Until now, “Republicans felt like we don’t necessarily need to push on vaccines and tick off a significant portion of our […]

In the News: The huge Democrat bet on ‘Bricks and Butter’

Republican pollster Gene Ulm argues that Democrats are trying to flood the economy with federal spending to improve their prospects in the 2022 election — but could face a backlash against the taxes included in the plan and inflation that it might fuel. “Structurally they are betting the farm and everything possible to get through […]

In the News: Biden’s Spaghetti-at-the-Wall Vaccine Campaign

Newhouse said he’s tested a message that could potentially sway at least a portion of Trump supporters: emphasizing that the vaccines were an initiative of the ex-president. “What a surprise!” Newhouse said. “The Trump message works better for people who voted for Donald Trump! You know what? A helluva lot of those people are not […]

In the News: New survey shows voters want more choice and control over their health care

“Republicans and Independents strongly prefer a personal option to the two government plans, though even Democrats currently lean towards preferring a personal option. Voters strongly favor the plan’s many attributes that would help make our health care system more accessible, more affordable, and easier to navigate.” Read more about voters attitudes on current heath care […]

In the News: It’s Still About the Cost of Healthcare

In a national survey conducted in February, we found that 52% of Americans say reducing healthcare costs such as premiums and deductibles is their most important healthcare issue. While the coronavirus kept many Americans away from medical settings, others stayed away because of costs — more than one-third of Americans (37%) say they delayed care […]

In the News: New CFIF National Survey Shows Voters Want Bipartisan Agreement on Spending Bills, Oppose COVID-19 Patent Waivers and Reject Government Setting Prices for Health Care

The Center for Individual Freedom (CFIF) today released key findings of a national survey conducted by Public Opinion Strategies, measuring voters’ health care priorities as U.S. COVID-19 cases continue to decline and many in Congress propose health care-related offsets to President Biden’s major legislative packages and other new federal spending proposals. Read more about the opinions […]

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