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National Surveys
A Progressive Comeback?
Monday, October 18 2010

Tags: democracy corps | Democrats | house | national | Republican Party | tracking

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Access this URL (http://www.democracycorps.com/wp-content/files/dcor101810fq12.pdf)Frequency Questionnaire[ ]61 Kb
Access this URL (http://www.democracycorps.com/wp-content/files/dcorpstracker10182010.pdf)Tracking Presentation[ ]164 Kb

Democracy Corps's tracking this week and last week report a closing congressional vote.  Any movement at all in the Democratic direction is notable given the unprecedented disparity in independent campaign expenditure this cycle and continued disheartening economic news.  These results also show that, unlike the summer, voters are willing to listen to Democratic arguments.

 
Race Narrows with Further Message Clarity
Thursday, October 14 2010

Tags: democracy corps | Democrats | house | national | Republican Party | senate | tracking

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Access this URL (http://www.democracycorps.com/wp-content/files/dcorpstracker10142010.FINAL_.pdf)Tracking Presentation[ ]187 Kb

It is three weeks to the election - and Democrats are in position to finish closer.  That is the possible 'October Surprise' we spotlighted last week.  For sure, the Democrats are still behind, in grueling race-by-race battles against overwhelming outside spending and a very pessimistic mood and tough economy.  Gains in the actual races in the House and Senate battlegrounds are in inches, with many key races virtually tied.   Nonetheless, Democrats are making gains.

 

 
National Survey
Tuesday, October 12 2010

Tags: democracy corps | Democrats | national | Republican Party

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National survey of 928 likely voters conducted October 9-11, 2010.

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October Surprise?
Wednesday, October 06 2010

Tags: democracy corps | Democrats | house | national | Republican Party | senate

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Download this file (October-Surprise.FINAL_.pdf)Memo[ ]73 Kb

We are very close to believing that the 2010 election can move to a new place. Our latest poll shows the Democrats with a 6-point deficit--”and any shift will have a significant impact on the number of House seats and the hold on the Senate. This conclusion and recommendations on strategy and message are based on a special program of weekly October polling aimed at producing an 'October surprise.'

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Making the Case on National Security as Elections Approach
Monday, September 27 2010

Tags: Afghanistan | democracy corps | Iraq | national | national security | obama | Republican Party | third way

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A new Democracy Corps-Third Way survey shows opportunities for progressives to deliver an effective message on national security during this campaign season, even in the face of a very negative political environment and new signs the Republicans plan to attack Democratic candidates on national security. President Obama and his administration continue to receive relatively positive ratings on their national security performance, and the public remains relatively supportive of the administration's strategy in the war efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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