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The Democratic Civil War Is...

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National Surveys
An Agenda for Change
Thursday, January 15 2009
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Amid a deepening recession, Barack Obama will enter the White House facing an American public hopeful that he can bring about the change on which he campaigned and which Americans desperately yearn for. Obama's strong standing has not yielded an inch since his election, as he enjoys a better than 2:1 favorable-unfavorable ratio and 40 percent view him very favorably.

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The 2008 Early Vote
Tuesday, January 13 2009
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In this analysis, the first in a series of reports from the Democracy Corps databes on trends in the 2008 electorate, Democracy Corps founders Stan Greenberg and James Carville, along with Anna Greenberg and John Brach of Greenberg Quinlan Rosner, explore early voting, which took on new and greater prominence in the 2008 election.

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The President Elect's Standing: Now and 1992
Wednesday, December 03 2008
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The latest national survey from Democracy Corps finds an electorate that gives President-elect Barack Obama strong marks - even stronger than on the last occasion when the country turned to a Democrat to lead in 1992 - and with even higher expectations. The decade of polarization and the intense election just completed leaves Obama with more intense support and the potential to build upon it. Nonetheless, a large portion of the public is waiting to decide whether Obama is doing a good job, and the country is more determined than in 1992 and early 1993 that the Congress play a role advancing the new agenda.

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The Extraordinary Campaign
Friday, November 14 2008
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Deeply grounded in contemporary social currents and political passions, the Obama campaign took the scope of campaign communication and activity into whole new realms and, in the process, dwarfed McCain's efforts. Obama's election was produced by an extraordinary shift in the way the citizenry gets information and relates to candidates and the Obama campaign's ability to exploit that at every level.

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Post-election Survey with Campaign for America's Future
Thursday, November 06 2008
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On November 7, Stan Greenberg, Chairman and CEO of Greenberg Quinlan Rosner and co-founder of Democracy Corps released the findings of a unique post-election survey conducted for Democracy Corps and the Campaign for America's Future. The survey provides the most comprehensive analysis to date of what happened in Tuesday's historic elections and why.

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