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  • Brazile: Democrats Need to ‘Wake Up’ to Poor Biden Polling Numbers

    05/07/2023 10:03:53 AM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 29 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 05/07/2023 | Pam Key
    Democratic strategist Donna Brazile said Sunday on ABC’s “This Week” that Democrats need to “wake up” following a new Washington Post-ABC News poll in which President Joe Biden’s approval ratings fell six percentage points between February and May. The poll also found former President Donald Trump would beat Biden in a head-to-head matchup in 2024.
  • Vanity - Intentional suppresion of RFK Jr polling

    04/13/2023 8:55:46 AM PDT · by BigEdLB · 30 replies
    Myself ^ | 4/13/23 | BigEdLB
    it seems there is a suppression of polling about the popularity of RFK Jr. Only one poll, inadequate about the candidates from Morning Consult. that had only Biden, RFK Jr, and space lady Williamson
  • Polling: 14% of Republican voters will vote for Trump only - 7 million

    03/24/2023 7:24:10 PM PDT · by Moe-Patrick · 86 replies
    Warroom - Richard Baris ^ | 3/24/23 | Richard Baris
    14 min Warroom clip of Richard Baris Peoples Pundit polling. Clip starts with MSNBC reporting their polling of Trump and DeSantis. Richard then discusses that his polling matches theirs. Clip ends with Richard stating the polling shows 14% reported they will not vote unless it’s Trump. Bannon believes the range is 10%-20%. Many here don’t understand that mindset. Regardless, it’s a fact and the GOP cannot win without them. Note: our enemies including GOPe and DeSantis know this. They don’t care if they lose. Richard posted the data on Peoples Pundit Locals.
  • National March 2023 GOP presidential primary poll

    03/14/2023 8:02:49 PM PDT · by Trump20162020 · 32 replies
    RealClearPolitics ^ | March 14, 2023 | CNN
    DeSantis: 39% Trump: 37% Haley: 7% Pence: 6% Tim Scott: 2% Chris Sununu: 2% Pompeo: 1%
  • Primary Polling Is All over the Map

    03/02/2023 12:25:50 PM PST · by Eagle Forgotten · 9 replies blog ^ | March 2, 2023 | Andrew Tannenbaum
    Here are the major polls taken since November of a Donald Trump vs. Ron DeSantis primary race. The ones with an asterisk show Trump's share of the Trump + DeSantis vote in a multiway poll. [Chart in source doesn't reproduce. The takeaway: At one extreme is an Emerson poll that has Trump at 55%, at the other extreme is an Ipsos poll that has him at 25%, and the other 16 are pretty evenly distributed among those two endpoints.] So we know in a Trump vs. DeSantis primary, Trump will get somewhere between 25% and 55% of the vote. Good...
  • New Presidential Poll Has DeSantis Ahead of Donald Trump in Hypothetical Head-to-Head

    02/23/2023 6:26:32 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 36 replies
    Red State ^ | 02/23/2023 | Kira Davis
    America is beginning to take the next election cycle a bit more seriously these days, as the Republican field begins to see its first competitors step up.President Trump was the first candidate to officially throw his hat in the ring way back in November 2022. Nikki Haley has begun her bid for the White House, and investment firm manager Vivek Ramaswamy has also recently jumped in the race.Republican voter enthusiasm at the moment seems to be pointing to a match-up that isn’t even a sure thing at this point – Donald Trump vs. Rick DeSantis. Even the left wing media...
  • Trump Has Slight Lead Over DeSantis In GOP Primary, Quinnipiac University National Poll Finds

    02/17/2023 2:15:37 PM PST · by Trump20162020 · 81 replies
    Quinnipiac University ^ | February 16, 2023 | Quinnipiac
    Donald Trump: 42% Ron DeSantis: 36% Nikki Haley: 5% Mike Pence: 4% Mike Pompeo: 4%No other candidate tops 2 percent of the vote.
  • Is Trump Way Up or Way Down?

    02/03/2023 9:29:55 AM PST · by Vlad0 · 29 replies
    NY TImes syndication via Yahoo ^ | Feb 3, 2023 | Nate Cohn
    Is Donald Trump the clear favorite and front-runner to win the Republican nomination? Or is he badly weakened and even an underdog against Ron DeSantis?At the onset of the Republican campaign, the polls are exceptionally divided on Trump’s support among Republican primary voters.
  • Biden would defeat Trump in 2024 but lose to Ron DeSantis: poll

    01/17/2023 4:19:37 PM PST · by Dr. Thorne · 127 replies ^ | 1/17/2023 | Mark Moore
    President Biden would easily beat former President Donald Trump in a hypothetical 2024 election matchup — but would lose if he faced off against Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, according to a recent poll. In a rematch of the 2020 presidential contest, the 80-year-old Biden would prevail over his 76-year-old predecessor by eight percentage points in the popular vote — 49% to 41% — but would fall to the Sunshine State’s Republican governor by 45% to 42% in a head-to-head contest, the WPA Intelligence survey released Jan. 13 found.
  • Harvard-Harris poll, GOP 2024 Primary: Trump 46, DeSantis 28, Pence 7.

    11/18/2022 7:04:05 PM PST · by Kazan · 91 replies
    Real Clear Politics ^ | November 18, 2022
    Harvard-Harris poll, GOP 2024 Primary (November 16-17): Trump 46, DeSantis 28, Pence 7., Cruz 3, Haley 2.
  • DeSantis Surges Past Trump in Texas GOP 2024 Poll

    11/14/2022 12:19:58 PM PST · by Trump20162020 · 52 replies
    National Review ^ | November 14, 2022 | Brittany Bernstein
    Florida governor Ron DeSantis led former president Donald Trump by eleven points in a new poll of likely Republican primary voters by the Republican Party of Texas. The survey, conducted by CWS Research on November 12 and 13 among likely GOP voters statewide, asked respondents, “If the upcoming 2024 Republican Primary for president were held today, and the candidates were Donald Trump, Ron DeSantis, Tim Scott, Mike Pompeo, Nikki Haley and Mike Pence, for whom would you vote?” Forty-three percent of respondents said they would support DeSantis, while Trump followed in second with 32 percent of the vote. Thirteen percent...
  • Dr. Oz leads John Fetterman in second poll after Democrat’s debate struggles

    10/28/2022 9:21:18 PM PDT · by conservative98 · 21 replies
    NY Post ^ | October 28, 2022 | Caitlin Doornbos
    Republican celebrity heart surgeon and former TV talk show host Dr. Mehmet Oz has surged past Democratic Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman in a pair of Senate race polls taken since the candidates squared off in a much-watched debate earlier this week. The latest survey, released by Wick Insights Friday morning, showed Oz with 47.6% support, with Fetterman trailing on 45.9%. Another 3.6% said they’d vote for a third party candidate and 2.9% said they were still undecided. When the undecided cohort were pressed to choose between Oz and Fetterman, 64.4% said they’d support Oz, while the remaining 35.6% opted...
  • Most Recent Trafalgar Governor Polls

    10/28/2022 5:28:46 AM PDT · by cotton1706 · 18 replies
  • Oregon Guv Race: More Polling Shows Republican Christine Drazan Narrowly Leading Opponents

    10/20/2022 8:30:43 AM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 17 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 10/20/2022 | KATHERINE HAMILTON
    Republican Christine Drazan is closely leading Democrat Tina Kotek and Democrat-turned-independent Betsy Johnson in yet another poll released ahead of the high-stakes Oregon gubernatorial election. A poll released by The Hoffman Research Group shows former Oregon House Republican leader Drazan ahead of former Oregon House Speaker Kotek 37 percent to 35 percent, within the survey’s ±3.8 percent margin of error. Former Democrat state senator Johnson, who is running as an independent, garnered 17 percent, and 12 percent remain undecided.
  • Republicans and bias in midterm polls

    10/18/2022 8:35:46 PM PDT · by Steely Tom · 20 replies
    Santa Maria Times ^ | 15 October 2022 | Byron York
    Republicans always believe the polls are slanted against them. That belief has sometimes caused them to misread big political races. In 2012, for example, a significant number of Republicans convinced themselves that GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney was actually going to defeat incumbent Democratic President Barack Obama. There was a lot of talk about "unskewing" the polls. Then Obama beat Romney handily. But there have also been some egregious examples of polling bias, or at least polling mistakes, in the years since Donald Trump entered national politics. On many occasions, pollsters have seemed unable to measure Trump's appeal, especially in...
  • Pelosi Rejects Polling Showing Concerns About Inflation, Crime – ‘I Dismiss That’

    10/18/2022 11:01:40 AM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 45 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 10/18/2022 | Pam Key
    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said Tuesday on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” that she dismissed a poll saying Americans’ top concerns going into the November midterm that Americans are most concerned about inflation and crime. Mitchell said, “Let’s talk about rising inflation concerns along with crime, giving momentum, new momentum to Republicans after the Democrats were closing the gap, the historic gap. After the Supreme Court ruling, there was huge outrage. That has seemed to subside, at least among overriding concerns. Despite all the legislative accomplishments, and I want to cite them, I want to say it’s been an extraordinary...
  • Independent Women Swing Hard Toward GOP Despite Democrats’ Abortion Push

    10/17/2022 1:10:12 PM PDT · by absalom01 · 63 replies
    Yahoo News ^ | October 17, 2022 | Isaac Schorr
    Republicans made massive gains with independent women in recent weeks as Democrats ramped up their messaging on abortion ahead of the midterm elections.Forty-nine percent of voters plan to vote for the Republican nominee to represent their House district while 45 percent said they’d back their Democratic opponent, according to a New York Times/Siena College poll released Monday. Of particular note was a 32 point swing among independent women toward the GOP. In September’s iteration of the poll, Democrats boasted a 14 point lead among that demographic, but by October, Republicans held an 18 point advantage.While Democratic officials and progressive commentators...
  • Republicans hold new polling advantage for taking back Congress: NYT poll

    10/17/2022 6:25:33 AM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 20 replies
    The Hill ^ | 10/17/2022 | Brad Dress
    Republicans hold a 4-point advantage over Democrats with the midterm elections less than a month away, according to a New York Times-Siena College poll published Monday. About 49 percent of likely voters said they would back the GOP nominee, while 45 percent said they would support a Democratic candidate. The figures are rounded; when the unrounded figures are used, the GOP holds closer to a 3-point edge at 48.51 percent to 45.47 percent. This is a shift since September, when the Times poll found Democrats holding a slim 1-point edge over Republicans among likely voters.
  • Biden hit by shock new poll which shows just 33% of voters would re-elect him if the 2024 election was today: Most Americans say they're worse off than in 2020 - with the midterms less than a month away

    10/16/2022 2:20:41 PM PDT · by knighthawk · 77 replies
    UK Daily Mail ^ | October 16 2022 | ELIZABETH ELKIND
    Just one-third of American voters would send President Joe Biden back to the White House if the 2024 election were held today, according to new poll findings published on Sunday. A majority of Americans also believe their lives are worse off than they were two years ago, the poll found. The new survey by Fox News was taken from October 9 through 12, less than a month until Election Day 2022 when voters will decide which party controls Congress for the latter half of Biden's term.
  • New poll shows slight tightening in race for governor

    10/14/2022 9:29:26 PM PDT · by Steely Tom · 13 replies
    WAMC Radio Albany ^ | 14 October 2022 | WAMC Northeast Public Radio & Ian Pickus
    New York Governor Kathy Hochul leads Republican challenger Lee Zeldin by 10 percentage points according to a new Marist College poll. Hochul, a Democrat, is seeking a full four-year term after taking over when Andrew Cuomo resigned in August 2021. She has held the edge in polling and fundraising against Long Island Republican Congressman Lee Zeldin throughout the race, and with Election Day less than a month away, the Marist poll shows that dynamic hasn’t changed. The poll finds 51 percent of registered voters backing Hochul, with Zeldin at 41 percent. Among voters who say they will definitely vote, Hochul...