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Rewriting the Rules of the Economy
Creating a New Economic Narrative
Wednesday, August 24 2011

Tags: democracy corps | Democrats | economy project | obama | Republican Party | rising american electorate | wvwvaf

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Download this file (6766_wvwv (dcorps 3os memo)final.pdf)Memo[ ]686 Kb
Download this file (dcor120811fq_WEBSITE1.pdf)Frequency Questionnaire[ ]79 Kb

Regaining the support of the Rising American Electorate  - unmarried women, people of color, and younger voters -  and motivating these voters to turn out is crucial for President Obama's reelection and congressional victories in 2012 among those who support an agenda for economic recovery for the middle class.

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Winning on a losing economy
Sunday, July 31 2011

Tags: democracy corps | Democrats | economy project | middle class | obama | Republican Party | romney

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Download this file (071111-Economy-Project-fq-WEB2.pdf)Frequency Questionnaire[ ]99 Kb
Download this file (EconWeb-FINAL.pdf)Memo[ ]404 Kb
Download this file (July-Econ-Web-Test-Graphs-FINAL2.pdf)Graphs[ ]1427 Kb

This special web survey and experimental exercise produces a powerful economic message framework for the President and Democrats in Congress. These messages significantly shift which party voters trust to address the economy and spending, which party is on your side and will bring the right kind of change, and shifts perceptions of the President on key attributes. The right framework shifts the vote for Congress and for president in favor of the Democrats. Progressives are not powerless in the face of this troubled economy.

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A Path to Democratic Ascendancy on the Economy
Thursday, June 02 2011

Tags: democracy corps | Democrats | economy | economy project | interviews | Republican Party

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Download this file (A-Path-to-Democratic-Ascendancy-on-the-Economy-.pdf)Memo[ ]333 Kb
Access this URL (http://www.democracycorps.com/wp-content/files/bbk5web.pdf)Banner Book[ ]1182 Kb
Download this file (dcor052511bbk5_targetsweb.pdf)Targets Banner Book[ ]188 Kb
Download this file (fqweb.pdf)Frequency Questionnaire[ ]55 Kb
Download this file (May-Econ-Project-Graphs.pdf)Graphs[ ]881 Kb
Download this file (TheSelfSurvivors.pdf)Interviews[ ]293 Kb

Finding a path to economic credibility is the Democrats' biggest challenge - and this major new research study shows a path for Democrats to gain the ascendancy on the economy. [1]

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The Economic Narrative in Obama's 2011 State of the Union Address
Friday, February 04 2011

Tags: democracy corps | economy project | obama | SOTU | swing voters

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Download this file (SOTU-2011-Dial-Report-FINAL.pdf)Memo[ ]498 Kb
Download this file (State-of-the-Union-2011-Graphs-FINAL.pdf)Graphs[ ]1174 Kb

President Obama's 2011 State of the Union, for the most part, struck a powerful chord as he described his economic vision for the country. Although a few sections received mixed reactions, following the speech, voters gave the President impressive assessments on key economic measures and were especially drawn to the President's emphasis on the three themes emphasized in his speech - innovation, education, and America's competitiveness in the future.

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2011 State of the Union
Wednesday, January 26 2011

Tags: economy project | obama | SOTU | swing voters

Attachments:
Download this file (6279_SOTU2011DialMemo01.25.11.FINAL.pdf)Memo[ ]44 Kb
Download this file (DialResultsSpreadsheet012510_POST-speech-w-logo.pdf)Scoresheet[ ]48 Kb

Dial testing and follow-up discussions with 50 swing voters in Denver, Colorado showed that President Obama's 2011 State of the Union struck a powerful chord as he described his economic vision for the country. This was a difficult audience for Obama, yet his speech largely won them over. Following the speech, voters gave the President impressive assessments on key economic measures and were especially drawn to the President's emphasis on three of the themes he emphasized in his speech - innovation, education, and America's competitiveness in the future. As one of these swing voters put it, “the future belongs to the people who make the what and the how."

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