Trend Results : "Public Policy Polling"

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Despite Electoral Win, Trump Lacks Popular Mandate on Key Policy Planks, Including Health and Taxes

On other issues, a similar story presents itself. Public Policy Polling (PPP) has found that the vast majority (88 percent) of voters in Florida, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin -- four crucial swing states, three of which went...Show More Summary

Polling On 2020 Is Meaningless. Don’t Look At It.

last monthNews : Huffington Post

We have our first 2020 election polls. Democratic firm Public Policy Polling released a poll on Tuesday asking 400 Democrats nationwide whom they would vote for in a 2020 Democratic primary. In October, Morning Consult and Politico fielded a 2020 survey. Show More Summary

POLL: Joe Biden is the early 2020 Democratic frontrunner

Vice President Joe Biden is the early 2020 Democratic presidential frontrunner, a Tuesday poll from left-leaning Public Policy Polling found. The Delaware Democrat garnered 31% support in the poll, which consisted of interviews with 400 Democratic primary voters between December 6 and 7. Coming in second was Sen. Show More Summary

Mediaite Founder Dan Abrams Under Attack Online After Declaring #PizzaGate 100% False

last monthNews : Mediaite

A new Public Policy Polling poll has revealed that "14% of Trump supporters think Hillary Clinton is connected to a child sex ring run."

What is 'fake news'?

"Fake news" is everywhere. Even, evidently, at the places trying to disprove it. Here is a curious tale in how it can be spread. Public Policy Polling — a Democratic firm with a good track record — conducted a poll that actually provides...Show More Summary

A majority of voters support a minimum wage hike to at least $10 an hour — that's more unlikely now than ever before

A solid majority of American voters support raising the federal minimum wage to at least $10 an hour, according to a recent survey of registered voters conducted by Public Policy Polling. The poll found that 76% of registered voters support raising the minimum wage to at least $10 an hour. Show More Summary

Poll shows Trump voter gap with facts, rest of Americans's views

Rachel Maddow shares an exclusive first look at new poll findings from Public Policy Polling that show a contrast between Trump voters and the rest of...

Joe Heck losing Nevada Republicans for dumping Trump

3 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

Good news, sane Nevadans. Your crazy neighbors don't like Joe Heck any more than you do! A new Public Policy Polling survey of likely voters in Nevada finds Catherine Cortez Masto with her biggest lead in the race to date. She’s at 43% to 39% for Joe Heck. Heck’s disavowal of Donald Trump is hurting him in the race. Show More Summary

There's a reason it's called the Buckeye State; Urban Meyer proves it

The latest information compiled by Public Policy Polling in Ohio shows Hillary Clinton clinging to a 44%-43% lead over Donald Trump among the 782 “likely voters” from the state who responded. Oh, and that the amateurs from Ohio State would defeat the NFL’s Cleveland Browns in a football game. Yes,...

62 Percent of Ohio Voters Think Ohio State Would Beat Browns

The Cleveland Browns are getting no respect from their home state. According to a recent survey from Public Policy Polling (via Bill DiFilippo of Uproxx), 62 percent of Ohio natives believe Urban Meyer’s 4-0 Ohio State Buckeyes would...Show More Summary

According to a new poll, Obama would not be doing much better than Clinton against Trump

4 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

The robo-pollsters of Public Policy Polling have a new batch of battleground-state polls out today. The top-line findings are that Clinton holds very narrow leads among likely voters in Florida and North Carolina, and somewhat more comfortable (but still single-digit) leads in Colorado, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. Show More Summary

Hillary Leads in Battlegrounds, Big Debate Winner

New Public Policy Polling surveys in Colorado, Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Virginia, conducted on behalf of VoteVets Action Fund, find Hillary Clinton leading in each state. Voters in all five states see Hillary Clinton...Show More Summary

The results are in: Actual scientific polls show a big win for Hillary Clinton in the first debate

The consensus is in: Voters overwhelmingly thought Hillary Clinton was the winner of the first presidential debate. Four polls — from CNN/ORC, Politico/Morning Consult, NBC/SurveyMonkey, and Public Policy Polling — all showed that respondents...Show More Summary

Poll: Swing-State Voters Less Likely to Vote for Candidates Who Attack Planned Parenthood

The majority of voters in five important swing states say they are less likely to vote for candidates who try to defund Planned Parenthood, according to a new survey from Public Policy Polling. In Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina,...Show More Summary

First look at post-debate PPP polling numbers

Rachel Maddow shares an exclusive first look at new polling results from Public Policy Polling, their first measure of public opinion on the wake of the...

NORTH CAROLINA: Dem Attorney General Roy Cooper Leads Gov. Pat McCrory By Five Points In New Poll

4 months agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

Public Policy Polling reports: For the first time this entire cycle PPP finds a clear leader in the race to be North Carolina’s next Governor: Roy Cooper. Cooper’s at 46% to 41% for Pat McCrory, with Libertarian Lon Cecil at 2%. When...Show More Summary

More Americans Believe In Bigfoot Than Think Hillary Clinton Is Honest

We are all familiar with the antics of Public Policy Polling when they troll GOP voters with bizarre questions To put some of these findings about real modern day issues and Trump voters in context, 41% of his voters think Japanese internment was a good thing, to 37% who don't. Show More Summary

How Trump fares against bedbugs, junk mail and trial lawyers | The Auditor

5 months agoNews : The Raw Story

Would you prefer Donald Trump or bedbugs? Trump or junk mail? Trump or an airplane middle seat? The answers, according to Public Policy Polling, were Trump, Trump and the middle seat. The Democratic-leaning pollsters interviewed 881 likely voters from Aug. 26-28 about whether they preferred the...

Hispanic Trump Surrogates Bailing Out After "Mass Deportation" Speech in Phoenix

By now it's no secret that Donald Trump's "outreach" to African Americans and Hispanics isn't working; his poll numbers with these groups remain abysmally low. In the latest survey by Public Policy Polling, Trump's approval rating among...Show More Summary

The VICE Guide to the 2016 Election: A Pollster Explains What He Learns from Asking Voters About Harambe and Deez Nuts

5 months agoNews : Vice News

Public Policy Polling has become famous for asking the questions other pollsters think are too stupid to raise.

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