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National Surveys
The Unkindest Cut: Budget Debate Is Opportunity for Progressives
Thursday, February 17 2011

Tags: democracy corps | Democrats | national | Republican Party | rising american electorate

Attachments:
Download this file (wvwvafbudgetcuts.pdf)Memo[ ]358 Kb

The budget debate could provide progressives with an opportunity to win back the support of a constituency key to regaining power in 2012 - the unmarried women, people of color and youth who make up the Rising American Electorate (RAE) - according to a just-released national survey.

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Winning the Budget Debate
Monday, February 14 2011

Tags: democracy corps | Democrats | house | national | obama | Republican Party | resurgent republic

Attachments:
Download this file (dcor020911fq2.dcorps.pdf)Frequency Questionnaire[ ]62 Kb
Download this file (FebruaryBudgetslidesFINAL.pdf)Graphs[ ]257 Kb
Download this file (wvwvafbudgetcuts.pdf)Memo[ ]358 Kb

The Republican assault on the budget is starting to lose the country - just as they unveil the scale of their cuts and the specific targets.  And this survey conducted by Democracy Corps shows how Democrats and progressives can best frame their budget message, link it to the economy, and put the Republicans on the defensive.[1]

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Another Look At Health Care
Monday, January 24 2011

Tags: Democrats | Health Care | national | Republican Party | rising american electorate | wvwvaf

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Download this file (Jan-DCOR-Oversample-Presentation_Final.pdf)Presentation[ ]205 Kb
Download this file (wvwv011211fq1.pdf)Frequency Questionnaire[ ]72 Kb

A new survey by Women's Voices. Women Vote Action Fund and Democracy Corps shows that the new House majority misread American voters. Moreover, this research provides a new opportunity for progressives to reclaim critical blocs of voters who with-drew their support in the 2010 elections. Health care is the opening act.

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What Next for President Obama and Democrats?
Friday, November 19 2010

Tags: democracy corps | Democrats | middle class | national | post-election | Republican Party

Attachments:
Download this file (Combined-Post-Election-Graphs-Final.pdf)Graphs[ ]401 Kb
Access this URL (http://www.democracycorps.com/wp-content/files/dcor_2010pe_bbk_pt1.pdf)Banner Book Part One[ ]445 Kb
Access this URL (http://www.democracycorps.com/wp-content/files/dcor_2010pe_bbk_pt2.pdf)Banner Book Part Two[ ]811 Kb
Download this file (dcor_2010pe_bbk_pt3.pdf)Banner Book Part Three[ ]231 Kb
Download this file (Post-election-Final-Memo.pdf)Memo[ ]88 Kb

2010 was a voter revolt against Democratic governance during an economic and jobs crisis. Above all, voters were frustrated with the lack of progress on unemployment, the seeming ineffectiveness of the president's policies, a shortage of sustained focus on economic issues, and the absence of a vision or message showing voters where the president and the Democrats wanted to take the country.

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1994=2010
Tuesday, November 09 2010

Tags: clinton | Democrats | gingrich | house | national | Republican Party | resurgent republic

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Download this file (6167_DCorp-RR Post-election 11092010.graphsFINAL.pdf)Graphs[ ]288 Kb
Access this URL (http://www.democracycorps.com/wp-content/files/DCorps-Resurgent-Republic-Post-Election-Memo.FINAL_.pdf)Memo[ ]81 Kb
Download this file (dcorrr110310bbk15_likely.pdf)Banner Book[ ]1092 Kb
Download this file (dcorrr110310bbk15_likely_targets.pdf)Likely Targets Banner Book[ ]173 Kb
Download this file (dcorrr110310fq.pdf)Frequency Questionnaire[ ]95 Kb

November 2nd was a very bad day for Democrats - indeed, the worst since November 8, 1994 when Democrats lost their four-decade hold on the House of Representatives, control of the US Senate and 472 state legislative seats across the country. Newt Gingrich and his new majorities were triumphant.  I was polling then for President Bill Clinton and the poll findings today in this joint poll with Resurgent Republic look eerily similar.

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