CAMPAIGN 2014 Hagan holds steady lead in N.C. Senate race (Public Policy Polling) -- Kay Hagan continues to lead by 4 points, with 44% to 40% for Thom Tillis and 5% for Libertarian Sean Haugh. Haugh's impact on the race is waning- since June his support has dropped from 11% now down to this 5% standing. Show More Summary
It should be noted that the poll is from Democrat-aligned Public Policy Polling but if the numbers prove out, the establishment GOP that threw everything it had at propping up an aging Pat Roberts in Kansas during a bruising primary may yet come to regret it. Show More Summary
Rick Perry should get indicted more often. According to Public Policy Polling, which shared its results with the Houston Chronicle, the Texas Governor's favorability ticked..
Democratic Senate nominee Bruce Braley Several recent polls have shown a close race in the U.S. Senate contest in the Hawkeye State, and Public Policy Polling adds another one. They find Democratic Rep. Bruce Braley leads Republican state Sen. Show More Summary
Just last month, Democrat pollster Public Policy Polling (PPP) showed Kentucky Democrat Allison Grimes up 2 points over incumbent Republican U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell. A new PPP poll released Tuesday shows a McConnell surge of 7 points. Show More Summary
The results of a Public Policy Polling survey show Sarah Palin’s decreasing popularity in Alaska. Just 36 percent said they have a favorable view of Palin and 55 percent do not, a poll released Tuesday from the left-leaning Public Policy Polling showed. Only 20 percent of Alaska voters would like to see the 2008 GOP [...]
Gov. Neil Abercrombie By Malia Zimmerman | Watchdog.org HONOLULU — Just months after becoming governor in 2010, Neil Abercrombie was ranked by Public Policy Polling as the nation’s most unpopular governor. In the past three years, his continued to spiral downward. With the Democratic primary set for Saturday, key political polls show he is trailing...
Two red-state Democratic Senators are in tight races for re-election, with one of them narrowly trailing and the other slightly ahead, according to a new pair of surveys from Democratic-aligned firm Public Policy Polling. The poll of Arkansas has Republican Rep. Show More Summary
A new set of Senate polls from Democratic-aligned firm Public Policy Polling shows close races for three closely watched Democratic-held seats. In Colorado, Democratic Sen. Mark Udall has 44 percent support, against Republican Rep. Cory Gardner with 43 percent, within the poll's margin of error of plus or minus 3.8 percent. Show More Summary
Public Policy Polling for Americans United for Change Roll Call: A federal judge based in Green Bay has tossed a Sen. Ron Johnson’s Obamacare lawsuit targeting the health benefits for members of Congress and their staff. The court dismissed...Show More Summary
A new Public Policy Polling survey found that 37 percent of Republicans who voted in the Mississippi primary runoff election between incumbent Sen. Thad Cochran (R-MS) and state Sen. Chris McDaniel (R) said they would back the Confederate side if there was another Civil War. Show More Summary
Public Policy Polling is out with new numbers in the Georgia Senate and Governor’s races in a new poll. The AJC’s Greg Bluestein has the details: The survey, commissioned by Better Georgia, has Kingston with 47 percent among Republican voters and Perdue trailing with 41 percent. The remainder are undecided. The poll involved a July […]
Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) is essentially tied with Democratic challenger Ed FitzGerald in a head-to-head matchup, according to a new Public Policy Polling survey. The poll found Kasich, who has been mentioned as a possible 2016 presidential candidate, leading FitzGerald 45 percent to 44 percent with 11 percent saying they are unsure. Show More Summary
The latest survey from Democratic-aligned firm Public Policy Polling shows that the 2014 Senate races could remain tightly contested — even after November, and into a special runoff election in Louisiana between Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu and her likely Republican opponent, Rep. Show More Summary
TALK RADIO NEWS SERVICE A new Public Policy Polling survey finds that re-sending combat troops into Iraq would be deeply unpopular. Seventy-four percent said they’d oppose new boots on the ground while just 16 percent said that they would support it. The survey also suggested that fewer voters begrudge President Obama for removing U.S. troops from the country in 2011. […]
More Americans side with Barack Obama‘s Iraq policy than with that of John McCain. According to a Public Policy Polling survey released Tuesday, 54 percent of voters say they agree more with the president on Iraq, compared with 28 percent who said they agree more with McCain. Before answering the question, respondents were told about […]
(Credit: Talk Radio News Service) A Public Policy Poll shows Cantor lost because of how unpopular Republican leadership is.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor suffered one of the most stunning political upsets in history Tuesday night, at the hands of an unknown, underfunded challenger who called his win a "miracle." A new Public Policy Polling survey conducted in Cantor's district Tuesday night provides some insight into the reasons for Cantor's loss. Show More Summary
This (PDF) poll from Public Policy Polling has some very interesting information about the 2016 election: Voters, and particularly independents, don’t have much tolerance for climate skeptics when it comes to the 2016 Presidential race. Show More Summary
Good luck with that. What the Republican base wants will screw the Republican Party, climate change edition: A new Public Policy Polling survey finds that the carbon emission reduction standards announced by President Obama yesterday...Show More Summary