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The Very Separate World of Conservative Republicans
Friday, October 16 2009

Tags: Bush | democracy corps | Democrats | focus groups | Karl Agne | msnbc | Republican Party

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The self-identifying conservative Republicans who make up the base of the Republican Party stand a world apart from the rest of America, according to focus groups conducted by Democracy Corps. These base Republican voters dislike Barack Obama to be sure - which is not very surprising as base Democrats had few positive things to say about George Bush - but these voters identify themselves as part of a 'mocked' minority with a set of shared beliefs and knowledge, and commitment to oppose Obama that sets them apart from the majority in the country.

Democracy Corps Senior Adviser Karl Agne discussed the report on MSNBC Morning Meeting on October 19, 2009.

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Voters Tiring of Republican Partisanship on Healthcare
Friday, October 09 2009

Tags: Bush | Democrats | Dole | Frist | gallup | health care reform | obama | Republican Party | Thompson

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Momentum is growing for passage of health care reform, and so is the threat to Republicans because of their continued obstructionism. In the past week at least seven prominent outside-the-Beltway Republicans have expressed the need for congressional Republicans to put partisan politics aside and work with President Obama and Democrats to pass major reform this year. These Republican “wise men" are echoing the sentiments of the nation as a whole. Recent public polls show Americans weary of both the status quo in health care and Republican obstructionism: overwhelming majorities say Republicans lack ideas and put politics ahead of the nation's needs.

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Corzine Posts First Lead in Race for New Jersey Governor
Thursday, October 08 2009

With less than a month to go before Election Day, a new survey conducted for Stan Greenberg and James Carville's organization Democracy Corps by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research finds that Democratic Governor Jon Corzine has now moved slightly ahead of Republican Chris Christie, after pulling into a statistical dead heat two weeks ago. Corzine now leads by 3 points, garnering 41 percent of the vote to Christie's 38 percent and independent Chris Daggett's 14 percent. Importantly, Corzine has now consolidated the vote among his base, crossing the 80 percent threshold among Democrats and winning more Democrats than Christie does Republicans for the first time.

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Netroots Nation Straw Poll
Saturday, August 15 2009
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Greenberg Quinlan Rosner and Democracy Corps, in conjunction with Campaign for America's Future, conducted a straw poll among registered participants at the annual Netroots Nation conference of progressive activists, bloggers and online journalists from around the country. The poll has been a feature of the conference for the past two years.

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Don't Believe the Hype: Support for Health Care Reform is Still Fundamentally Strong
Thursday, July 30 2009

In the last two days several new public polls have been released showing some softening of support for the health care reform being pushed by President Obama and Democrats in Congress. To be clear, these results are disappointing. Support for “Obama's plan" is, indeed, down, and voters are worried that reform, while good for the nation overall, could have a negative impact on them and their families. However, a closer reading of these surveys shows that the underlying dynamics of the debate have not changed and still show strong support for reform; the prospects of President Obama and his allies winning long-term support for their efforts are still very good.

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