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Poll says Cam Newton is pretty well liked, Joe Flacco is not elite

6 hours agoSports : The Early Lead

Public Policy Polling has unveiled its annual Super Bowl/NFL poll, and while 40 percent of the 410 self-described NFL fans surveyed say they’re rooting for the Carolina Panthers and 40 percent say they’re rooting for the Denver Broncos, 56 percent believe the Panthers actually will win the game. Only 32 percent think the Broncos will […]

Undecided Democrats Want More Debates Between Sanders And Clinton

11 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Undecided Democratic voters say there have been too few presidential debates, according to a poll released Friday morning. The poll, conducted by the Democratic firm Public Policy Polling for "The Agenda With Ari Rabin-Havt" on Sirius...Show More Summary

CNN/WMUR Poll: New Hampshire Feeling the Bern, With Trump On Top–But Rubio Surging

As Katie reported earlier today, a new Public Policy Poll had Trump taking a nosedive following his defeat in the Iowa Caucuses on Monday night....

National Poll: Republican Race Significantly Tightens While Clinton Still Solid

A new poll from Public Policy Polling finds the race for the Republican nomination is tightening with Donald Trump showing some major erosion, while the race for the Democratic nomination shows forrmer Secretary of State Hillary Clinton significantly ahead. Trump is down 9% from the last PPP poll, 25% to 21% each for Ted Cruz [...]Show More Summary

Donald Trump Takes Plunge in New National Poll

If the Establishment Republican in your life seems to have a spring in his or her step this morning, here’s why: Public Policy Polling’s latest survey shows Donald Trump tanking and Marco Rubio rising. The Donald has fallen nine points since PPP’s December survey and now leads the Florida senator... More »

New Public Policy Poll Shows Donald Trump Losing Significant Ground, Cruz and Rubio Climbing

A new national survey just released by Public Policy Polling shows that although Donald Trump is still the national frontrunner, he's lost...

Trump Nosedives In New National Poll

A new Public Policy Polling national survey finds Donald Trump leading the GOP presidential field with 25%, followed by Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio both at 21% and Ben Carson at 11%. Trump is down 9 points since the last [...]

Trump’s National Poll Numbers Take Hit

Public Policy Polling: “Started a national poll tonight that we’ll release Thursday but already clear — Trump’s standing significantly diminished.”

How Racism Prevents Action on Inequality

This piece was co-written with Jason McDaniel.  As income inequality has climbed higher and higher in America, government action has stalled. This lack of policy attention persists despite public opinion polls showing a majority of Americans...Show More Summary

Clinton Maintains Lead in Iowa

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Iowa finds Hillary Clinton leading Bernie Sanders by eight points, 48% to 40%. Interesting: “One thing that will likely cause things to tighten up on Monday night is that O’Malley’s supporters are far [...]

Another Poll Shows Trump Leading in Iowa

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Iowa finds Donald Trump leading the GOP presidential race with 31%, followed by Ted Cruz at 23%, Marco Rubio at 14% and Ben Carson at 9%.

After Austria: Did EU Head Just Spell the End of United Europe?

The EU President's confrontational approach to EU countries' policies outside of bureaucratic protocol has alienated both leaders an the public, as Euroskeptic parties gain in the polls.

Good News For Bernie Sanders: More Supporters & Endorsements

Good news for the Sanders campaign. Bernie is getting more supporters and endorsements by the handful in recent days. As Clinton’s numbers plummet, Sanders is surging. A recent poll by Public Policy Polly shows that Martin O’Malley’s supporters overwhelmingly prefer Bernie Sanders over Hillary Clinton. Show More Summary

What Happens If Ted Cruz Is Brought Down by a ‘Birther’ Catastrophe?

As we settle down for the final three weeks of frenzied campaigning in Iowa, the latest threat to the better's favorite of an easy Ted Cruz win on the Republican side is evident in a new survey from Public Policy Polling. Here's the crucial finding: Only 32% of Iowa Republicans think... More »

Donald Trump Iowa Polls: Ted Cruz Could Win Head-To-Head If ‘Birther’ Issue Doesn’t Bring Him Down

Donald Trump polls have stayed stubbornly tilted toward the controversial candidate, but in the Iowa caucus, Ted Cruz just might beat out the frontrunner if the pool of choices slims down. The latest numbers from Public Policy Polling are showing that Trump’s strong lead in the polls might change up a little bit when the... Show More Summary

More Iowa Republicans Think Ted Cruz Was Born in the U.S. Than Obama

3 weeks agoNews : Mediaite

Donald Trump famously asked "How stupid are the people of Iowa?" It appears we have our answer, if the newest survey of Iowa voters by Democratic-leaning but deadly accurate Public Policy Polling is to be believed.

Trump Leads in Iowa

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Iowa finds Donald Trump leading with 28%, followed by Ted Cruz at 26%, Marco Rubio at 13%, Ben Carson at 8% and Jeb Bush at 6%. Key finding: “The poll finds that the [...]

A new poll shows that Donald Trump's attack on Ted Cruz might be effective

The flap over presidential candidate and Sen. Ted Cruz's (R-Texas) Canadian birth could prove significant in the nation's first-voting state, according to a new survey from the Democratic firm Public Policy Polling. The poll, which was...Show More Summary

Obama’s New Gun Control Policies: What Do They Mean Exactly?

Barack Obama’s recent announcement on tighter gun control legislation has been the topic of hot debate amongst politicians, celebrities and the general public. According to a recent poll, most Americans are in support of the President’s...Show More Summary

Poll: US mainstream sides with Obama on guns

If Republicans intended to persuade the public to reject Obama's policy initiative on guns, the party failed miserably.

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