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Trump & GOP Strategy Make Blue...

Pundits built a new conventional wisdom that included higher job approval ratings for President Donald Trump due to the tax cuts and strong economy...
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Riling Up the Base May Backfire on...

This article by Stanley Greenberg first appeared on The New York Times website on June 18, 2018.   Political commentators and strategists write...
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The Broad Support for Taxing the...

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... Journal.  Republican opposition to equal pay for women has been the strongest attack against GOP candidates.   Reason #3 The conservative Republican governing model that swept the states in 2010 ...
... and key metrics have all moved away from the Republicans and some of these changes are dramatic. The context remains a battleground that Romney won by 8 points, though, Democrats are poised to hold on. ...
... and attacks on Republicans with a strong emphasis on women’s issues brings these critical voters back in the fold. It also may be the critical strategy in the open battleground Senate seats.    An ...
... matches that of Republicans, and the U.S. Senate vote numbers suggest the parties could well split these seats, putting the Senate at close to 50 for either party. This survey is the first survey ...
The defeat of Republican Majority Leader Eric Cantor has prompted us to release this new and updated, full report of Democracy Corps' Republican Party Project.  The focus groups were conducted ...
46. Next phase in battle for the House battleground
(Articles/Battleground Surveys)
Next phase in battle for the House battleground   Last week, we released a new survey of the 50 most competitive Republican House seats and the 36 most competitive Democratic House seats ...
New Poll for NPR says, be careful accepting conventional wisdom on The Affordable Care Act and 2014 being a Republican year   A new national poll of likely voters fielded by Greenberg Quinlan ...
48. Inside the GOP: Why Boehner is Halting Immigration Reform
(Articles/Republican Party Project)
... was that the Republican Party “must embrace and champion comprehensive immigration reform."   And if you look at the numbers—demographic data and opinion surveys—you would say they were right.  ...
... failed to note that Republicans had taken the lead at the end last year — and that this is an improvement. ·         Republicans in Congress are at a remarkable ...
50. Revolt Against Congress: Game On
(Articles/Battleground Surveys)
... a draw.  Not a wedge issue. o   Majority want to implement in Dem districts and plurality in Republican o   It is hurting the GOP image and re-enforcing that members ...
51. Democrats can win the health care argument
(Matching tags: obama,Republican Party,Democrats,NPR,Health Care,Supreme Court,national,super pacs)
... the Republicans and outside Super PACs with confidence that they will win. This issue is dynamic.  It went from a loser for Democrats to one where it is essentially tied on most measures nationally.  ...
52. President Obama makes gains in winnable race
(Matching tags: obama,democracy corps,romney,Republican Party,Democrats,national,tea party)
Romney and Republicans hit ceiling from unfavorability President Obama’s approval has improved to 47 percent, and he now leads Mitt Romney on the ballot by a 3-point margin, 49 percent to 46 percent—a ...
53. Analysis: Democratic Congressional Candidates Pull Ahead; Obama Competitive
(Matching tags: obama,democracy corps,battleground,house,incumbents,Republican Party,Democrats,mccain,Palin,Mountain West)
... and Democrats lead in the aggregate vote (50 – 45 percent in the named Congressional vote).[1] Even more encouraging is the fact that Democratic candidates lead in districts currently held by a Republican ...
54. Analysis: Report on survey in the 40 Democratic and 15 Republican congressional battleground districts
(Matching tags: democracy corps,battleground,house,incumbents,Republican Party,Democrats)
... 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, ...
55. Two years after Citizens United, voters fed up with money in politics
(Matching tags: middle class,money in politics,Republican Party,Democrats,national,super pacs,independents)
The 2012 election will be the most expensive in history, fueled by unlimited spending by super PACs and other political groups, as well as candidates' furious fundraising to keep up. On the second anniversary ...
56. Presidential primary contest and pre-Christmas showdown put Republicans at risk
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This first Democracy Corps national survey of the New Year shows Republicans at risk at every level.[1]  ...
57. Winning the Economic Argument
(Matching tags: obama,democracy corps,middle class,Republican Party,Democrats,economy project)
The economic outlook could not be darker or more important. Voters' economic mood and judgments about the leaders and parties on the economy are the main drivers and strongest predictors of the presidential ...
58. Occupy Politics
(Matching tags: economy,obama,Republican Party,Democrats,national)
The latest national survey by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner for Democracy Corps reveals an intensely anti-establishment, anti-Washington, anti-Wall Street moment. Three quarters of all voters say the country ...
59. Take Back the American Dream Conference participants call for stronger, bolder, more progressive agenda
(Matching tags: obama,democracy corps,Republican Party,Democrats,CAF,straw poll)
The Democracy Corps-Campaign for America's Future straw poll of Take Back the American Dream conference participants found strong support for President Obama and the jobs bill but also reveals a strong ...
60. Creating a New Economic Narrative
(Matching tags: obama,democracy corps,wvwvaf,rising american electorate,Republican Party,Democrats,economy project)
Regaining the support of the Rising American Electorate  - unmarried women, people of color, and younger voters -  and motivating these voters to turn out is crucial for President Obama's reelection ...
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