Neil Newhouse was quoted on StlToday.com in an article about Missouri Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer.
That strategy could prove to be effective, said Neil Newhouse, a Missouri native and partner in a leading Republican polling firm in Washington.
“It’s not about Republican ideas because people are never going to hear them,” Newhouse said. “The midterm elections will be all about the incumbent party in control and have a heck of a lot more to do with Obama than anything Republicans are putting forward.”
RealClearPolitics, as well as many other sources, mentioned a survey done by Bill McInturff and Democratic pollster Celinda Lake in discussing the Democrats’ health insurance plan.
A survey released the same day Elmendorf dropped his bomb showed how Obama could still come out on top. The poll, for America’s Agenda, a labor and business group backing health reform, by Democrat Celinda Lake and Republican Bill McInturff found bipartisan voter support for an agenda emphasizing cost containment more than insuring the uninsured.