[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 […]
California is anyone’s game on the Democratic side, according to a new Public Policy Institute of California survey.
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
A new Public Policy Institute of California poll finds Hillary Clinton just ahead of Bernie Sanders in the California Democratic primary, 46% to 44%.
The poll by the Public Policy Institute of California showed Hillary Clinton leading Bernie Sanders among likely voters, 46 percent to 44 percent.
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Carolina-based Public Policy Polling found that a majority of likely voters in the state want the discriminatory HB2 repealed, with 56 percent saying the law is hurting the state economically and damaging its national reputation.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
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.
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.
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 [....
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 […]
Public Policy Polling continues its groundbreaking scientific research into finding out what Republican voters are forever going on about. We haven't yet been able to open a stable portal to the Republican voter dimension, but we are...Show More Summary
Post by Kiarra Sylvester. While it's no secret that Donald Trump is far from beloved, I don't think that we realize just how many people hate this guy's guts (and his wig-like hair). However, Public Policy Polling did us all a great service by getting down to the bottom of just how much American voters like Trump -- and the truth is -- they don't. Show More Summary
Public Policy Polling, a credible polling agency (unlike Rasmussen), has some encouraging and discouraging new data. The good news is, in a head-to-head matchup, Hillary is leading Trump 42-38. The bad news is, in a head-to-head matchup, Hillary is only...
A new Public Policy Polling survey finds Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump nationally by four points, 42% to 38%. Said pollster Dean Debnam: “Hillary Clinton certainly is favored to win the Presidential race this fall. But it might not be [...]
New polls show Donald Trump catching up to Clinton nationally, statistically tying her in two key swing states and leading her in a third. Public Policy Polling has Clinton leading Trump 42 to 38 percent nationally, down from 48 to 41 percent in March. The pollster attributes that narrowing gap ... More »
Voters consider many things when weighing their options at the polls: Policy views. Experience. Track record. Likability. And one hopes, what kind of leader they think each candidate would be. But when it comes to the public's perceptions...Show More Summary
Nearly half of likely US voters in Ohio, home state of Republican presidential candidate John Kasich, have grown weary of his continued bid for the presidential nomination, according to a new poll by Public Policy Polling released on Monday.
A new Public Policy Polling survey in Ohio finds that just 38% of Gov. John Kasich’s constituents think he should stay in the presidential race, compared to 49% who think it’s time for him to drop out.
Since North Carolina's anti-LGBT law, HB2, was passed in the name of "protecting women and children," someone finally thought of something novel: Asking women whether they feel any safer under the law. Public Policy Polling's latest...Show More Summary
A new Public Policy Polling poll shows former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in a tighter race with Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders on the Democratic side than the GOP race that continues to suggest a blow out for billionaire showman Donald Trump: New Public Policy Polling surveys in Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island conducted on [...]Show More Summary