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Obama and Democrats have clear advantage in 2012 election
Thursday, July 26 2012

Tags: democracy corps | national | obama | romney

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The weekend media has reported the presidential race as virtually dead even and challenged the two campaigns -- what are your plans now?
 
But while the election is close, it is very important to underscore that President Obama and the Democrats have a clear--and in some respects powerful--advantage in the race.  This is reflected in the surveys we completed at the end of last week. 

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Democrats can win the health care argument
Friday, July 20 2012

Tags: Democrats | Health Care | national | NPR | obama | Republican Party | super pacs | Supreme Court

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We learned a great deal about health care reform in the survey we conducted together with Resurgent Republic for NPR.  Above all, Democrats can feel very comfortable talking about it and engaging the Republicans and outside Super PACs with confidence that they will win.

This issue is dynamic.  It went from a loser for Democrats to one where it is essentially tied on most measures nationally.  Most of the debates in this poll on the basic idea of reform and taxes have achieved parity with the Republican arguments.  And Democrats win the argument against repeal and replace by a lot.  Republicans are advancing a losing argument and this could still move toward pro-reform positions in the coming months.  It is important to talk about health care.

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Serious Attack on Ryan Budget Takes Toll on Mitt Romney
Wednesday, July 18 2012

Tags: battleground | child tax credit | democracy corps | economy | house | middle class | path to prosperity | poverty | refundable | romney | ryan | ryan budget | vulnerable

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The most recent survey and focus groups by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner for Democracy Corps reveal deep opposition to the Ryan budget– and its potential to damage Mitt Romney’s candidacy if he embraces it in the coming campaign. [1] At the outset, the Ryan budget (described in Ryan’s actual language) barely garners majority support. And voters raise serious doubts when they hear about proposed cuts—particularly to Medicare, education, and children of the working poor.

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President Obama makes gains in winnable race
Friday, June 29 2012

Tags: democracy corps | Democrats | national | obama | Republican Party | romney | tea party

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Romney and Republicans hit ceiling from unfavorability

President Obama’s approval has improved to 47 percent, and he now leads Mitt Romney on the ballot by a 3-point margin, 49 percent to 46 percent—a net 3-point improvement since last month, according to the latest national survey by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner for Democracy Corps.[1] This is very close to the most recent NBC/Wall Street Journal poll — and suggests a tough but winnable race. Obama reaches 49 percent on his good days, but Romney has a ceiling of 46 percent on virtually every question in the survey: 45 percent, for example, trust him to handle the economy. And two percent are voting for third party candidates. Romney is dragged down not only by his own negative image but also by voters’ contempt for the Republican Party and the Republican Congress. The Democrats have settled into a 6-point advantage in party identification, double Obama’s vote margin.

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Money in Politics is a Ballot Box Issue
Wednesday, May 09 2012

Tags: campaign finance | democracy corps | economy | middle class | money in politics | oil | pcaf | public campaign | wall street

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The latest national survey by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner for Democracy Corps and Public Campaign Action Fund shows that voters care about money in politics and are prepared to vote for candidates who prioritize reform.[1] All voters, and especially swing voters, support reforms that would limit big money, encourage small donors, and close the revolving door between government service and lobbying. Neither party currently owns this issue and with voters up for grabs, candidates who are willing to tackle money in politics could benefit at the ballot box.

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