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PPP: 'Richard Burr's the most vulnerable Republican Senator that no one’s talking about'

Look out, Sen. Richard Burr. Democrat Deborah Ross is nipping at your heels. From Public Policy Polling: We continue to find him with just a narrow lead over Deborah Ross for reelection—40/37, with Libertarian Sean Haugh at 5%. The overall...Show More Summary

Dead Heat In North Carolina

A new Public Policy Polling survey in North Carolina finds Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are dead even at 43% each, with Libertarian Gary Johnson at 4%, Green Party candidate Jill Stein at 2%. In a two person race, Trump [...]

The Critical Word For Puerto Rico Is Insolvency

A recent Public Policy Polling firm poll that asked voters whether they approve or disapprove of Congress found that just 9% approved of the performance of the House and Senate. By comparison, 84% found the august bodies to be in disfavor. As one can imagine, there are many factors are [...]

Why Donald Trump Should Embrace Offshore Balancing

Tom Switzer Security, The Donald would be wise to listen to the realists.  Great sea changes of foreign policy thought are rare in American public life. But there’s abundant evidence that the US is experiencing one now. Polls show that...Show More Summary

Clinton Holds Small Lead In Virginia

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Virginia shows Hillary Clinton just ahead of Donald Trump in the presidential race, 48% to 45%.

New poll shows Penn. voters think ‘Philly Phanatic’ is more qualified than Trump

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

A recent survey found that Donald Trump may have difficulty winning over the Philadelphia Phillies fan demographic. The poll was conducted by Public Policy Polling, Philly.com reports. The pollsters asked voters who would be most qualified for the office of president and the Phillie Phanatic won 46...

Poll: Phillie Phanatic more qualified to be president than Trump

2 weeks agoNews : NY Daily News

According to a new study from Public Policy Polling, 46% of Pennsylania voters polled think that the Phillie Phanatic is more qualified to be president than Republican nominee Donald Trump.

Pennsylvania Poll Shows Why Clinton Needs Unity

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Pennsylvania finds Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by just one point, 41% to 40% The reason? Clinton loses a whopping 15% of Democrats to Trump and loses nearly 30% of Sanders supporters to [...

Rubio Is Very Unpopular In Florida

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Florida finds that Sen. Marco Rubio remains quite unpopular in the state in the wake of his failed Presidential bid, and that voters aren’t interested in seeing him run for the Senate this [...]

Hispanic Voters Will Decide Bernie Sanders’s Fate in California

Three recent surveys from highly rated polling firms (Marist College, Field and Public Policy Institute of California) show Bernie Sanders just 2 points behind Hillary Clinton in California. Clinton is ahead by double digits, however, in other polls, including one that has her up by 18 percentage points. It’s making for another confusing finish in […]

It Starts to Get Interesting in the Golden State

[guest post by JVW] Both Fox News and the Sacramento Bee are reporting on the latest Public Policy Institute of California poll that shows Hillary! Rodham Clinton, the Once and Future Inevitable Next President of the United States, with a slim 46% – 44% lead over Socialist senator Bernard Sanders of lily-white Vermont in the […]

Poll finds Clinton, Sanders virtually tied in California

California is anyone’s game on the Democratic side, according to a new Public Policy Institute of California survey.        

Sanders Closes in on Clinton Ahead of California Primary

What once looked like a knockout for the Clinton camp is now a statistical tie. Just two weeks before California voters cast their ballots for the Democratic primary, a Public Policy Institute of California poll shows Hillary Clinton’s once-formidable lead against rival Bernie Sanders has eroded to a statistical dead heat. Show More Summary

Sanders Closes the Gap In California

A new Public Policy Institute of California poll finds Hillary Clinton just ahead of Bernie Sanders in the California Democratic primary, 46% to 44%.

California Up for Grabs, Poll Finds, as Clinton and Sanders Battle

The poll by the Public Policy Institute of California showed Hillary Clinton leading Bernie Sanders among likely voters, 46 percent to 44 percent.

#AM_Equality Tip Sheet: May 25, 2016

NORTH CAROLINIANS DON’T LIKE HB2 -- AND ARE REALLY FED UP WITH THEIR LEGISLATORS: A new survey from North Carolina-based Public Policy Polling found that a majority of likely voters in the state want the discriminatory HB2 repealed, with 56 percent saying the law is hurting the state economically and damaging its national reputation. Show More Summary

Most Americans Support Trump's Bathroom Policy Over Obama's Order That Boys Use Girls' Bathrooms

A poll has found that the majority of Americans do not agree with President Barack Obama's directive that public schools allow students to go into bathrooms based on their gender identity, not their birth sex, and instead back Donald Trump's idea to let states decide for themselves.

Poll: Most Parents of Public School Students Oppose Obama's Transgender Bathroom Policy

A majority of parents of school-aged children oppose President Barack Obama's recent directive allowing transgender students to use the bathroom of their choice, according to a recent poll.

McCain Faces Tough Primary

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Arizona finds Sen. John McCain leading a multi-candidate primary field with 39%, followed by Kelli Ward at 26%, Alex Meluskey at 4%, Scott McBean at 3%, and Clair Van Steenwyk at 2%.  Another [....

What do they Have to Gain from our Illiteracy?

StockMarket-Employment.jpg My questions first: 1) Where are U.S. citizens getting misinformation? 2) What do the liars have to gain by misinforming us? According to a May 11 Public Policy Polling press release, 43% of voters believe that unemployment as increased during Obama’s presidency.1 In truth, there are more U.S. citizens employed today (April 2016, 5,867,000) than […]

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