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Battleground Surveys
The Congressional Battleground Also a Surprise at 100 Days
Monday, April 27 2009
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The congressional battleground districts for 2010 may not act to type, according to a new survey by Democracy Corps and Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research in the 40 most marginal Democratic seats where nearly all expect Republicans to reclaim lost ground and the 15 most marginal Republican seats where incumbents should be safe. But as most commentators stop to contemplate the president's first 100 days, they should also look at the congressional dynamic. With Congress poised to vote on the president's budget, the Democratic incumbents are winning over 50 percent of the vote” stable over the last three months”and hold double-digit leads against their generic challengers.

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Analysis: Report on survey in the 40 Democratic and 15 Republican congressional battleground districts
Monday, April 27 2009

Tags: battleground | democracy corps | Democrats | house | incumbents | Republican Party

The congressional battleground districts for 2010 may not act to type, according to a new survey by Democracy Corps and Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research in the 40 most marginal Democratic seats where nearly all expect Republicans to reclaim lost ground and the 15 most marginal Republican seats where incumbents should be safe. But as most commentators stop to contemplate the president’s first 100 days, they should also look at the congressional dynamic. With Congress poised to vote on the president’s budget, the Democratic incumbents are winning over 50 percent of the vote — stable over the last three months — and hold double-digit leads against their generic challengers. Indeed, the Democrats in the most difficult 20 seats (top tier) enjoy a lead twice the size of that for the most vulnerable Republican incumbents who fail to top 50 percent and who lose ground after the budget debate in this survey. Republicans are still on defense, while President Obama remains very popular across all of these districts.[1]

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Congressional Battleground Survey
Monday, January 19 2009

Tags: battleground | democracy corps | Democrats | house | incumbents | Republican Party

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From January 14-19, 2009, Democracy Corps conducted a survey of 1200 likely voters in 40 Democratic-held districts

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Congressional Battleground Survey
Friday, October 31 2008

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From October 28 - 30, 2008, Democracy Corps conducted a survey of 1,050 likely voters (1,200 unweighted) in 35 Republican-held districts.

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Congressional Battleground Survey
Wednesday, October 29 2008

Tags: battleground | democracy corps | Democrats | house | incumbents | Republican Party

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From October 26 - 28, 2008, Democracy Corps conducted a survey of 1,050 likely voters (1,200 unweighted) in 35 Republican-held districts.

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