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
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,...
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
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
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 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
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
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...
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
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
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...
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
Public Policy Polling has become famous for asking the questions other pollsters think are too stupid to raise.
Donald Trump, Jr. puts about as much thought into his retweets as his dad, apparently. Trump should have realized however that the email– supposedly between Clinton and Democratic polling firm Public Policy Polling– was fake, judging by the fact that it looks really, really, really fake. PPP for its part took the accusation in stride, [...]
Donald Trump's supporters really like walls. A new Public Policy Polling survey found that 31% of the Republican nominee’s supporters would be in favor of building a wall on the Atlantic Ocean to prevent Muslims from entering the US. 17%...Show More Summary
A fake PPP poll shows Trump beating Hillary in Florida by a margin of 74-9. Obviously the first REAL UNSKEWED POLL of the election!
A new Public Policy Polling survey finds Hillary Clinton leading Donald Trump, 42% to 37%, followed by Gary Johnson at 6%, Jill Stein at 4% and Evan McMullin at 1%. “A month ago Clinton actually led 46/41 but both she [...]
He’s polling at a good zero percent with the black community (The Hill) Public Policy Polling released a preview of a new poll on “The Rachel Maddow Show” Monday night
In a TRMS exclusive, Rachel Maddow shares the results of the latest Public Policy Polling poll, which shows, among other things, that Donald Trump is about...
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