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21. Occupy Politics
(Articles/National Surveys)
... voters in Democratic districts do not find their incumbents as culpable for the mess as voters in Republican-held districts.  As a result, the mean thermometer rating for Democratic incumbents has increased ...
22. The Explosive Republican-Obama Battleground
(Articles/Battleground Surveys)
... worse than the position of Democratic incumbents two years ago. Among independents, disapproval of incumbent Republican House members jumped 12 points, and a large majority of independents (54 to ...
... Support drops dramatically after respondents hear balanced information and messages, and incumbents in these battleground seats find themselves even more endangered. These battleground voters are ...
24. Republican-Obama Battleground Contested
(Articles/Battleground Surveys)
... will come with a significant political price. The Republican incumbents in these districts, 35 of them freshmen, remain largely unknown and appear very vulnerable in 2012. [2] These incumbents are ...
25. Congressional Battleground 2012
(Articles/Battleground Surveys)
... majority very much in play in 2012. The Republican incumbents in these districts, 35 of them freshmen, remain largely unknown and appear very vulnerable in 2012 (depending on redistricting).  In fact, ...
26. Winning the Budget Debate
(Articles/National Surveys)
... voters.  In our congressional ballot, Democrats have closed the margin to within 2-points - a 6-point gain since November; Republican incumbents already trail in the seats won by Obama. Just 40 percent ...
... with incumbents, Democrats, and the Democratic Congress, even as Republicans remain unreconstructed.  There is a populist and conservative revolt against Wall Street and financial elites, Congress ...
... expect. It is in the second tier of 20 seats where we see the most slippage on image and vote to reelect – an important warning sign. In this poll, we added a third tier of 15 long-term Democratic incumbents ...
... poll, we added a third tier of 15 long-term Democratic incumbents in mostly very Republican seats.  These incumbents have a good lead and strong personal standing, though the anti-incumbent mood carries ...
... all of our Democracy Corps surveys and research are released with the same level of “fanfare." More important, we quibble with Glen's conclusions about the status of Democratic incumbents and especially ...
... strong +8 rating (46 percent favorable, 38 percent unfavorable). The image gap between the two parties also remains near its all-time high. And in a test of the 2010 congressional vote (using the incumbents' ...
... (46 percent favorable, 36 percent unfavorable). And in a test of 2010 congressional vote (using the incumbents' names), Democrats currently hold a 10-point advantage, a slight increase from their 2008 ...
... nearly all expect Republicans to reclaim lost ground and the 15 most marginal Republican seats where incumbents should be safe. But as most commentators stop to contemplate the president's first 100 days, ...
... nearly all expect Republicans to reclaim lost ground and the 15 most marginal Republican seats where incumbents should be safe. But as most commentators stop to contemplate the president’s first 100 days, ...
... for congressional incumbents. By a 36 to 26 percent margin, voters say they would be more inclined to reelect their Representative in Congress if he or she voted in favor of the Obama recovery plan. This ...
36. Strong Support for Obama Economic Plan
(Articles/National Surveys)
... package is substantial, even in the challenging districts held by the most-vulnerable Democratic incumbents. In the wake of his inauguration, Obama boasts his strongest personal ratings yet, now enjoying ...
... are clearly no longer safe; in the lowest tier of seats, Democrats are within striking distance, trailing by just 5 points. And despite some improvement by Republican incumbents, Democrats continue to ...
... the nation's deepening financial crisis is taking its toll, not on incumbents, but specifically on Republicans, resulting in a significant shift in the electoral playing field in the Democrats' favor. ...
... Republican incumbents have seen a slight improvement in their standing, perhaps because of their near universal opposition to the Wall Street bailout.Their approval ratings have ticked up along with scores ...
... focus on the economy have damaged Republican incumbents and put even more Republican seats in jeopardy. Democrats are in a position to take half of these seats or more and clearly the battleground extends ...
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