By admin. Thursday, March 5 2015
A new poll of voters in general election battleground states show that Senator Elizabeth Warren’s biography and message of economic populism are appealing to voters from across the political spectrum in the key states likely to swing the 2016 presidential election. These states include, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Neveda, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. Battleground […]
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By admin. Wednesday, February 11 2015
Polling of likely Democratic caucus goers and primary voters in Iowa and New Hampshire conducted by YouGov for the Run Warren Run campaign shows that Elizabeth Warren’s story and vision are highly resonant, and that she has an opening should she decide to run for president. New Polls in IA and NH Show Big Opening […]
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By Mark Crain. Wednesday, November 20 2013
A new survey commissioned by MoveOn.org and looking at 10 key House and Senate districts found that voters there strongly oppose cutting Social Security benefits. The survey was taken as the bi-cameral budget committee began deliberations on a proposed bill that could include benefits cuts, and indicates that support for such cuts could imperil lawmakers […]
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By Stefanie Faucher. Tuesday, November 12 2013
New polling out today from Lake Research Partners shows that Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) faces a disapproving Kentucky electorate which places his 2014 bid for reelection in serious jeopardy.
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By Nick Berning. Monday, October 21 2013
A new set of post-shutdown polls, commissioned by MoveOn.org Political Action, show Democrats not only have an opportunity to take back the House of Representatives next year, but could win a sizable majority if voter anger over the shutdown carries into 2014.
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By Ilya Sheyman. Friday, October 11 2013
New PPP surveys in GOP-held House districts, commissioned by MoveOn.org and conducted in the wake of the government shutdown, show Republicans are in serious danger in 29 of the 36 districts polled–making it clear that Republicans could easily lose control of the House if the next election were held today. Democrats must net 17 seats to reclaim the House. The surveys challenges the conventional wisdom that gerrymandering has put the House out of reach for Democrats and indicates the shutdown has significant electoral implications.
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