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The Economy and Politics of 2010
Monday, November 30 2009

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With unemployment now above 10 percent and still rising, a new survey by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research and Democracy Corps reveals a country more pessimistic than at any point since the earliest days of the Obama presidency. An increasing number of voters think the country is on the wrong track, and after months of slow but steady improvement, pessimism on the economy is again on the rise.  Voters' frustration with the economy, bailouts for elites, bonuses and spending, and the seeming partisan gridlock is fueling an increasingly anti-incumbent mood that is impacting everyone in Washington.  But as the party in power, Democrats are suffering disproportionately. 

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Survey of 2008 voters
Tuesday, November 17 2009
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Health Care Speech Brings Small Rebound for Democrats and Serious Problems for Republicans
Wednesday, September 23 2009

After a difficult summer for Democrats, which saw President Obama's approval ratings return to earth and support for his signature health care reform falter, a new Democracy Corps survey conducted by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner, after the president's joint-session address, shows Obama and his party's position rebounding in a small but significant way.

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The Most Effective Message for Health Care Debate
Wednesday, September 16 2009

Based on national surveys, web-based narrative testing, and dial-meter and focus group reactions to President Obama's Joint-Session address conducted by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner and Democracy Corps.

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Survey of 2008 voters
Friday, September 04 2009

Survey of 1,000 2008 voters nationwide, conducted August 29 - September 1, 2009.

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