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Bredesen Holds Early Lead for Tennessee Senate Seat

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Tennessee finds former Gov. Phil Bredesen (D) with a slight edge over Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) in the U.S. Senate race, 46% to 41%, with 13% still undecided.

"The Monmouth University Poll... finds a large bipartisan majority who feel that national policy is being manipulated or directed by a 'Deep State' of unelected government officials."

"Just over half of the public is either very worried (23%) or somewhat worried (30%) about the U.S. government monitoring their activities and invading their privacy."There are no significant partisan differences – 57% of independents,...Show More Summary

Remember the Cold War? Putin has brought it back.

As Russia headed to the polls Sunday to reelect President Vladimir Putin, there was one policy that they were implicitly reviewing. Many remember Russia’s Cold War strategy of invading, destabilizing and intervening in other countries’ governance. Putin has apparently once again made this his policy. Consider, for instance, that since late 2013, Russian policy toward […]

The Pennsylvania result – What happens when you try to take away publicly funded healthcare

The moves against ObamaCare seems to have been a big vote driver The US pollster Public Policy Polling carried out an on the day survey during Tuesday’s special Congressional election in Pennsylvania District 18. What is interesting from the data is that health care ranked as a top issue for 52% of voters and only […]

The Deep State Controls Government Policy in US, Most Americans Believe in New Poll

Seventy-four percent of respondents believed unelected officials run the government and actively make policies

“Dark money group America First Policies is running a pro-Trump polling operation. Here is an inside look at its secretive work”

CNBC: America First Policies, a nonprofit group with close ties to President Donald Trump, has hired Trump’s pollsters to conduct a wide range of political polling and research that experts say resembles the kind of expensive work the Republican National Committee … Continue reading ?

Coffman Trails In Colorado

A new Public Policy Polling survey finds Jason Crow (D) leading Rep. Mike Coffman (R-CO) in Colorado’s 6th congressional district, 44% to 39%. Colorado Pols: “Coffman supporters are furiously trying to downplay these numbers based on polling metrics, sample size, [...]

Democrat Leads In Kansas Swing District

A new Public Policy Polling survey in the Kansas third congressional district finds Brent Welder (D) leading Rep. Kevin Yoder (R-KS) by seven points, 49% to 42%.

Democrats Maintain Solid Lead In Generic Ballot

A new Public Policy Polling survey finds Democrats have a solid 49% to 41% lead on the generic congressional ballot, although that’s down a shade from December when it was 51% to 40%. Beyond their overall lead, they’re also benefiting [...]

Democrats In Close Race for California Governor

A new Public Policy Institute of California poll in California finds Gavin Newsom (D) and Antonio Villaraigosa (D) in a close race among likely voters in the gubernatorial primary, 23% to 21%, with 24% undecided.  Fewer would vote for Democrat [...]

Nunes and other Trump sycophants cannot take reelection for granted

We are nine months from the midterm elections, and it’s just one poll, and a non-neutral poll at that. That said, Democrats surely will be encouraged by a Public Policy Polling survey (done for the Democrats’ leading candidate). It shows that House Intelligence Committee Chariman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), whose memo has created a fiery backlash against […]

Signature line from Trump’s speech is already a white nationalist rallying cry

Donald Trump’s first State of the Union was a largely banal speech with few policy details and none of his signature asides and bravado. Overall, the reception to the speech has been cool. A CNN flash poll found it had “the lowest net positive rating for a State of the Union address since at least […]

What youthquake? Jeremy Corbyn's election surge was drawn from all age groups, not a mob of first-time young voters

2 months agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Jeremy Corbyn's incredible, odds-defying showing in the 2017 UK general election has been attributed to a "youthquake" of first-time young voters who were drawn to the polls by his progressive policies. (more…)

Cruz Holds Single-Digit Lead In Texas

A new Public Policy Polling survey finds that Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) is leading challenger Beto O’Rourke by 8 points, 45% to 37%. Eighteen percent of voters remain undecided.

Voters Disapprove of Trump, Doubt His Mental Stability

A year in the presidential spotlight hasn't been kind to President Donald Trump: His approval rating is the lowest in modern polling for a president at this point, with deep deficits on policy and personal matters alike. Strikingly, the public divides evenly on whether or not he's mentally stable. Show More Summary

POLL: 47% Say Trump Is Not Mentally Stable

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

ABC News reports: A year in the presidential spotlight hasn’t been kind to President Donald Trump: His approval rating is the lowest in modern polling for a president at this point, with deep deficits on policy and personal matters alike. Show More Summary

Can the U.S. and Russia work together? A new poll suggests some shared foreign policy goals

2 months agoNews : BlogPost

New comparative polling data shows that the American and Russian publics broadly agree on the importance of a number of key foreign policy issues, including the threat posed by the international terrorism and nuclear proliferation, as well as the need to bring a long-running civil war in Syria to an end. However, there were important differences in […]

McCaskill Holds Small Lead In Missouri

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Missouri finds Sen. Claire McCaskill (D) leads challenger Josh Hawley (R), 45% to 44%.

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