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National Survey
Sunday, March 08 2009
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From March 4-8, 2009, Democracy Corps conducted a survey of 1000 voters in the 2008 election nationwide.

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Obama Breaks Through Polarization
Wednesday, February 25 2009
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In his speech to the nation tonight, Barack Obama managed to break through the partisan polarization of Washington and connect directly with American voters across the political spectrum according to dial and focus group research conducted during the speech. His speech inspired confidence in voters of all political stripes in his understanding of the challenges the country faces, as well as his agenda for the future.

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President Obama's Political Project
Friday, February 13 2009

With so much of the public's attention on President Obama's economic recovery package and plans for rescuing the financial system, Democracy Corps and Greenberg Quinlan Rosner decided to step back and ask a more enduring question: what is the president's mission and larger mandate for the country, as seen by the public. The president's approval rating is now nearing 60 percent and his personal favorability is already there, but more important may be the public's emerging understanding of Obama's political project, goals and mandate.

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Support for Obama, Recovery Plan Remains Strong
Wednesday, February 11 2009
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A new survey by Democracy Corps and Greenberg Quinlan Rosner, completed in the wake of the Senate's passage of President Obama's economic recovery package, shows that support for Obama and his recovery plan remains strong. While some media have reported growing public doubts, Obama's job approval rating has increased to 58 percent, his highest rating in our polling since the election. Meanwhile, support for Obama's economic recovery plan remains virtually unchanged with 60 percent of voters favoring passage.

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Strong Support for Obama Economic Plan
Friday, January 30 2009
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Two new surveys from Democracy Corps find strong support for President Barack Obama, his agenda and his economic plan. In the wake of his inauguration, Obama boasts his strongest personal ratings yet, enjoying a better-than 3:1 favorable-unfavorable ratio nationally. Obama's standing is nearly as strong in the conservative-leaning, but Democratic-held, Congressional districts that are likely to make up the 2010 battleground, and his personal popularity carries over to his economic recovery plan.

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