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41. Tuesday and What It Tells Us About 2016
(Articles/National Surveys)
The main message of the election and take-away from this election-night poll[1] is surely a call to the Democrats’ national leaders to address this new economy where jobs do not pay enough to live on, ...
... have succeeded in making the candidates’ positions on women’s issues the second biggest reason voters are voting for the Democrat – after the economy, of course. At the same time, minority voters’ support ...
... For Republicans, they are motivated by the economy, ISIS and foreign policy, and the new health care law.  Democrats are motivated by the economy, the candidates’ views on women’s issues and the new health ...
... Democratic base voters, may be offset in the Senate battleground where stakes are high and campaigning is intense.   President Obama is weak in these states, particularly on the economy: ...
45. Next phase in battle for the House battleground
(Articles/Battleground Surveys)
...  The data tells us that Democratic incumbents and challengers get to their most competitive position by turning to "Speaker John Boehner and his policies that have hurt the economy and done nothing ...
... as well as diminished levels of support for Democrats.   The survey, the experiment, and the regression models remind us that this economy remains tough, and that is the strongest framework ...
47. The Urgent Economic Narrative for 2014
(Articles/National Surveys)
  The economy is still the main issue in the 2014 election, impacting the mood of the country, driving likely voter turnout, and defining what is at stake. With voters uncertain of President ...
... is much here to commend the President’s performance.  He made major gains on having good plans for the economy, looking out for the middle class, and looking out for the interest of women. And in ...
49. Revolt Against Congress: Game On
(Articles/Battleground Surveys)
... are part of partisan battle o   Keeps Republicans on their weakest case for their role o   Setting up strong Democratic attack on Speaker Boehner’s failure to focus on economy ...
... by speaking to the issues that matter most to them. •      The most important issues for unmarried women in this election were the economy, healthcare, and choice issues. ...
51. Serious Attack on Ryan Budget Takes Toll on Mitt Romney
(Matching tags: economy,democracy corps,vulnerable,romney,ryan,child tax credit,battleground,path to prosperity,house,middle class,refundable,poverty,ryan budget)
The most recent survey and focus groups by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner for Democracy Corps reveal deep opposition to the Ryan budget– and its potential to damage Mitt Romney’s candidacy if he embraces ...
52. Analysis: Time for Benefits for the Middle Class, Not Premature Credit for a Turnaround
(Matching tags: economy,obama,democracy corps,battleground,house,incumbents,middle class,stimulus)
With GDP growth having finally returned, but unemployment still rising slowly toward 10 percent, the economy is at a sensitive juncture as an issue for the 2010 elections.  Almost half of voters in ...
53. Shifting the Economic Narrative
(Matching tags: economy,gqr,obama,democracy corps,focus groups)
What is clear from this fresh look at public consciousness on the economy is how difficult this period has been for both non-college-educated and college-educated voters – and how vulnerable the ...
54. Money in Politics is a Ballot Box Issue
(Matching tags: economy,democracy corps,middle class,public campaign,pcaf,wall street,campaign finance,money in politics,oil)
The latest national survey by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner for Democracy Corps and Public Campaign Action Fund shows that voters care about money in politics and are prepared to vote for candidates who ...
55. Mixed Economic Message
(Matching tags: economy,gqr,democracy corps,middle class)
The President and the Democrats are indeed doing very well at the outset of 2012, and the Republicans are doing pitifully. They are not unrelated. Republicans in Congress and in the primary battles ...
56. New Phase and Shifting Balance
(Matching tags: middle class,rising american electorate,incumbents,house,wvwvaf,romney,obama,economy,democracy corps)
The latest national survey by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner for Democracy Corps and Women's Voices. Women Vote Action Fund shows a Republican Party in deepening trouble and emerging underlying trends that ...
57. State of the Union 2012: 'Built to Last'
(Matching tags: economy,gqr,obama,democracy corps,focus groups,middle class,SOTU)
Voters across the political spectrum reacted very favorably to President Obama's focus on creating an economy “built to last" in his 2012 State of the Union address, according to dial tests and follow-up ...
58. President Obama Scores With Middle Class Message
(Matching tags: economy,gqr,obama,democracy corps,focus groups,middle class,SOTU)
Dial testing and follow-up focus groups with 50 swing voters in Denver, Colorado show that President Obama's populist defense of the middle class and their priorities in his State of the Union scored ...
59. Occupy Politics
(Matching tags: economy,obama,Republican Party,Democrats,national)
... is on the wrong track; just 15 percent believe we are heading in the right direction - the lowest optimism since the crash and down 13 points since June. Negative ratings of the economy are up 5 points ...
60. Voters Downgrade Washington
(Matching tags: economy,wvwvaf,Republican Party,Democrats,national)
A new survey by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research for Democracy Corps reveals voters' growing anger with Washington. This survey fielded at a unique time - just as Standard and Poor's announced its ...
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