Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) is the most popular politician in Texas, beating out Governor Rick Perry and Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX). In addition, according to a new Public Policy Polling poll, Cruz leads the potential GOP 2016 field with 25% among Republican primary voters in Texas. Show More Summary
(Miami Herald): "House Democrats' committee sitting on $40M fund"(Public Policy Polling): "Republicans lead in Texas" (Washington Post): "Republicans try to address ‘war on women’ with an army of young volunteers" (Real Clear Politics):...Show More Summary
Wendy Davis' gubernatorial campaign got a round of bad numbers from Public Policy Polling Tuesday, in a survey that found her still trailing opponent Greg Abbott by double digits, and eroding favorability among women.
Fresh Public Policy Polling (PPP) indicates that Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott has not only survived—but thrived—amid Wendy Davis’ prolonged effort to sour female voters against the GOP with the “War on Women” strategy. New PPP numbers show Abbott holding a commanding lead among female voters 49 to 41 percent. Show More Summary
Devastating New Poll: GOP in Danger of Losing House in November (via Americans Against The Tea Party) A newly released poll from Public Policy Polling shows that the GOP is by no means assured of retaining control of the House after the mid-term elections next fall. Apparently, a major factor in turning the electorate against […]
Public Policy Polling is out with the latest numbers of our esteemed Governor McCrony. His numbers are holding steady at a 45% disapproval/40% approval rate, unchanged from a month ago. PPP says Pat's approval ratings have been "under water" for 10 months.
Public Policy Polling reports: In 2012 North Carolinians voted by a 22 point margin to ban gay marriage in the state. Now less than 2 years later voters say they oppose gay marriage by only 13 points, mirroring the kind of movement we've seen on the issue across the country. Show More Summary
BY LISA KEEN / Keen News Service MICHAUD LEADING MAINE POLL: Openly gay U.S. Rep. Mike Michaud is leading the polls in the three-way gubernatorial race in Maine. Public Policy Polling released survey results Tuesday showing 44 percent of 583...
State House Minority Leader Paul Davis (D-KS), a serious upset threat The progressive activist group MoveOn just released seven new polls, all conducted by Public Policy Polling, of competitive Senate and gubernatorial races. The main...Show More Summary
Gary Peters Finally, a Michigan poll from a decent pollster. Public Policy Polling's new survey finds Democratic Rep. Gary Peters retaking the lead from Republican former Secretary of State Terri Lynn Land: He's now up 41-36, after trailing 42-40 in December. Show More Summary
Want the scoop on hot races around the country? Get the digest emailed to you each weekday morning. Sign up here. Leading Off: • NM-Gov, -Sen: Hallelujah! The good folks at Public Policy Polling have at long last decided to survey New Mexico, giving us—if you can believe it—our first-ever poll of the Land of Enchantment all cycle. Show More Summary
New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez (R) Hallelujah! The good folks at Public Policy Polling have at long last decided to survey New Mexico, giving us—if you can believe it—our first-ever poll of the Land of Enchantment all cycle. Even though...Show More Summary
Rep. Cory Gardner (R-Col.) has Democrats spooked. Less than three weeks after his late-in-the-game announcement that he would challenge Sen. Mark Udall (D-Col.), a poll from the left-leaning firm Public Policy Polling found Gardner trailing...Show More Summary
According to a new survey from Public Policy Polling, Marijuana has become more popular in the two months the law legalizing recreational use of the drug has been in effect in Colorado. The poll found 57 percent of Coloradoans now say they think marijuana usage should be legal, compared with 35 percent who say it should not. Show More Summary
Public Policy Polling reports that Hillary Clinton remains the Democrat to beat in 2016: She leads Mike Huckabee 49/42 in a hypothetical contest. By contrast Joe Biden would trail Huckabee 46/41 in a hypothetical match, and Elizabeth Warren would trail 44/33. Show More Summary
Even the country's views on the just-wrapped Oscar season can be broken down by ideology. A new study of registered voters by Public Policy Polling focused on the Best Picture winner 12 Years a Slave reveals a partisan component to the award. Show More Summary
Vice President Joe Biden meets with Democratic governors to discuss raising the minimum wage First the bad news from Public Policy Polling's latest national survey (pdf): President Barack Obama still has a net negative job approval rating,...Show More Summary
Alex Stedman at Variety says that a new poll shows Republican dissatisfaction with the Academy choosing 12 Years a Slave as Best Picture: In a survey released by Public Policy Polling, the organization asked 1,152 registered voters,Show More Summary
Last week, Public Policy Polling released new numbers showing Arizona Senator John McCain is the least popular person serving in the United...
Undeterred by a recent Public Policy Polling poll that showed he has only a 30% job approval in his native Arizona, Sen. John McCain said on Fox Business’ “Cavuto” that he is considering running for reelection. McCain denied the poll was accurate, saying, “There is a bogus poll out there. Show More Summary