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Battleground Surveys
The Budget Battle in the Republican-Obama Battleground
Monday, March 28 2011

Tags: battleground | democracy corps | economy | house | obama | ryan budget

Attachments:
Access this URL (http://www.democracycorps.com/wp-content/files/bg12110317fq1.pdf)Frequency Questionnaire[ ]87 Kb
Access this URL (http://www.democracycorps.com/wp-content/files/DCBG1-Full-Deck-FINAL.pdf)Graphs[ ]322 Kb
Access this URL (http://www.democracycorps.com/wp-content/files/DCBG1BUDGETFINAL.pdf)Memo[ ]148 Kb

The Republicans' proposed budget cuts are in trouble in the 50 most competitive Republican-held Congressional districts - nearly all of which gave a majority to Obama in the last presidential election. Support drops dramatically after respondents hear balanced information and messages, and incumbents in these battleground seats find themselves even more endangered.

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Republican-Obama Battleground Contested
Friday, March 25 2011

Tags: battleground | democracy corps | economy | house | incumbents

Attachments:
Download this file (bg12110317fqPOLITICAL.pdf)Frequency Questionnaire[ ]53 Kb
Download this file (DCBG1-Political-FINAL.pdf)Graphs[ ]158 Kb
Download this file (DCBG1Memov1032311POLITICAL_FINAL.pdf)Memo[ ]102 Kb

A new survey by Democracy Corps in 50 of the most competitive Republican-held Congressional districts - nearly all of which gave a majority to Obama in the last presidential election - shows the new Republican majority very much in play in 2012.[1] This survey in these battleground seats shows a significant erosion of the Republican members' vote and significant change in electoral dynamics. The votes these members are casting in support of the Tea Party agenda and House budget will come with a significant political price.

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Congressional Battleground 2012
Tuesday, March 22 2011

Tags: battleground | democracy corps | house | incumbents

Attachments:
Download this file (bg12110317fqPOLITICAL.pdf)Frequency Questionnaire[ ]53 Kb

A new survey by Democracy Corps in 50 of the most competitive battleground Congressional districts - nearly all of which gave a majority to Obama in the last presidential election - shows the new Republican majority very much in play in 2012.

The Republican incumbents in these districts, 35 of them freshmen, remain largely unknown and appear very vulnerable in 2012 (depending on redistricting).  In fact, these incumbents are in a weaker position than Democratic incumbents were even in late 2009, or Republican incumbents were in 2007 in comparable surveys conducted by Democracy Corps.

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Congressional Battleground Survey
Wednesday, June 16 2010

Tags: battleground | democracy corps | incumbents

Attachments:
Download this file (dcor061010fq1.pdf)Frequency Questionnaire[ ]52 Kb

Congressional battleground survey of 1,200 likely voters in 70 swing congressional districts conducted June 7-10, 2010.

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The Economy at a Sensitive Juncture
Tuesday, November 03 2009

Tags: battleground | democracy corps | economy | incumbents

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Download this file (bg08103009m2EconomyFINAL1.pdf)Memo[ ]100 Kb
Download this file (DEMBGlistTier12.October.pdf)Democratic-Held Districts[ ]22 Kb
Download this file (Republican-Battleground-Districts-October1.pdf)Republican-Held Districts[ ]18 Kb

With GDP growth having finally returned, but unemployment still rising slowly toward 10 percent, the economy is at a sensitive juncture as an issue for the 2010 elections. Almost half of voters in the 60 most competitive Democratic and Republican congressional districts now rate their personal finances positively and half believe the economic recovery plan passed by Congress and signed by the president will have a positive impact. Yet, only 16 percent have a positive view of the current economy and only a third think the economy is “starting" to improve. Independents are particularly pessimistic on economic issues, with important consequences for the midterm elections.

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