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As Specter Leaves the GOP, New Surveys Show Republicans in Disarray
Tuesday, April 28 2009
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ONE QUARTER OF VOTERS SAY PARTY HAS DONE NOTHING ENCOURAGING IN OBAMA'S FIRST 100 DAYS

In announcing his intention to leave the Republican Party, Pennsylvania Senator Arlen Specter said, “Since my election in 1980, as part of the Reagan Big Tent, the Republican Party has moved far to the right.... I now find my political philosophy more in line with Democrats than Republicans." Two new surveys from Democracy Corps and Greenberg Quinlan Rosner show that this sentiment is shared by a sizeable majority of voters as well.

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Congressional Battleground Survey
Wednesday, April 22 2009
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From April 16-21, 2009, Democracy Corps conducted a survey of 1500 likely voters in 40 Democratic-Held and 15 Republican-Held Districts nationwide

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Voters Blame AIG and Geithner for Bonuses, Not President Obama
Thursday, April 09 2009
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A new survey by Democracy Corps and Greenberg Quinlan Rosner, completed shortly after reports about insurance giant AIG paying out millions in bonuses to its top executives, shows voters overwhelmingly blaming AIG management for the mess and not President Obama. The ordeal has proved to voters that we need greater government regulation of the financial industry, but also that government may be incapable of preventing this type of wasteful spending.

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New Survey Shows Voters Back Obama's Priorities, Agenda on the Budget
Tuesday, March 31 2009
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A new survey by Democracy Corps and Greenberg Quinlan Rosner, completed on the eve on Congress' pending vote on President Obama's budget, shows increasing optimism among the electorate, sustained popularity for the president, and broad support for his priorities and approach to the budget, particularly when framed as a part of a long-term economic program.

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Report on the Obama Generation
Monday, March 23 2009
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In a recent interview with Rachel Maddow, John McCain's daughter Meghan McCain warned her party that it was, “on the precipice of becoming irrelevant to young people." This conclusion comes in the wake of a 66 to 32 percent drubbing by young people in the 2008 elections. Our survey of young people taken three months after the election underscores the alienation of Republicans from the millennial generational.

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