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Corzine Closes Gap in New Jersey Governor Race
Thursday, August 27 2009

Tags: christie | corzine | daggett | democracy corps | Democrats | new jersey | Republican Party

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A new survey conducted for Stan Greenberg and James Carville's organization Democracy Corps by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research shows Democratic Governor Jon Corzine narrowing the gap on Republican challenger Chris Christie in the race for Governor. Christie's lead has shrunk from five points to two points since our last survey two weeks ago, and he now leads 43 to 41 percent, with independent Chris Daggett taking 7 percent of the vote.

 
Corzine and Christie In Tight Race for New Jersey Governor
Thursday, August 13 2009

Tags: christie | corzine | daggett | democracy corps | Democrats | new jersey | Republican Party

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Access this URL (http://www.democracycorps.com/wp-content/files/njsw081209bbk1web.pdf)Banner Book[ ]406 Kb0 Downloads
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A new survey conducted by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research for Stan Greenberg and James Carville's organization Democracy Corps puts Governor Corzine within striking distance of Republican Chris Christie. The survey shows that Corzine now trails Christie by just 5 points in a three-way race and 6 points in a two-way matchup. Christie leads Corzine 40 to 35 percent, with Independent candidate Chris Daggett attracting 10 percent of the vote. In a two-way trial heat, Christie leads Corzine 43 to 37 percent.

 
A Carnahan Advantage in Missouri Senate Race
Thursday, May 14 2009

Tags: blunt | carnahan | democracy corps | missouri | steelman

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Access this URL (http://www.democracycorps.com/wp-content/files/mo-senate-poll.pdf)Memo[ ]71 Kb0 Downloads
Download this file (mosw043009fq1web.pdf)Frequency Questionnaire[ ]53 Kb12 Downloads

The closest state during the 2008 presidential election, Missouri shows early signs of opportunity for Democrats to pick up the senate seat currently held by Republican Kit Bond. A new Democracy Corps survey by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research shows Secretary of State Robin Carnahan leading Republican Congressman Roy Blunt 53 to 44 percent and leading former Treasurer Sarah Steelman 54 to 42 percent.

 
Tulane University / Democracy Corps Mayoral Survey
Thursday, April 23 2009

Tags: democracy corps | mayor | new orleans | tulane

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Tulane University and Democracy Corps have joined together to conduct a unique survey examining the New Orleans political landscape as the city approaches a critical mayoral election in February 2010. The survey of 1,008 likely voters was conducted April 5-14, and reveals that 55 percent of New Orleans voters believe this election is the 'most important city election in their lifetime' as the city still struggles to rebound more than four years after Hurricane Katrina.

 
Georgia: The Unlikely New Frontier
Thursday, October 23 2008

Tags: democracy corps | Democrats | georgia | house | martin | mccain | obama | Republican Party

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Barack Obama has no business winning in Georgia this year. Neither does U.S. Senate candidate Jim Martin. Yet both Democrats are within striking range in a state President Bush carried by 17 points in 2004, and where in the last six years Republicans replaced Democrats in both Senate seats, and won the governor's office for the first time since Reconstruction. John McCain leads Barack Obama by just two points and Jim Martin trails incumbent Senator Saxby Chambliss by just 4 points, 44 - 48 percent.

 
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