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State of the Electorate 2019

By on February 19, 2019
State of the Electorate 2019

by ED GOEAS & BRIAN NIENABER

Despite the challenges of the current political environment, most voters continue to agree with the premise for conservative governance.

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A View from Dubuque, Iowa

By on October 23, 2018
A View from Dubuque, Iowa

by CHRISTOPHER B. BUDZISZ

“The current picture of Iowa and Dubuque is that it is not yet firmly Trump Country,” reports the Professor from Loras College and the Director of the Loras College Poll.

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A View from Northampton County

By on October 23, 2018
A View from Northampton County

by CHRISTOPHER P. BORICK

“Nothstein’s allegiance to Trump appears to be more of a burden than a boost as the mid-terms draw near,” writes the Muhlenberg College Professor about the local GOP candidate for Congress.

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A View from Macomb County

By on October 23, 2018
A View from Macomb County

by DAVID A. DULIO & JOHN S. KLEMANSKI

“Macomb residents are sticking with President Trump,” write the professors from Oakland University in Michigan.

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Defending the House in a Volatile Year

By on August 14, 2014 with 0 Comments
Defending the House  in a Volatile Year

by JOHN MCLAUGHLIN

With House Republicans looking to hold and build their majority on Capitol Hill, this pollster looks at the factors that will both help and hinder their ability to achieve that goal.

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The New Electoral Math and What it Means for Polling

By on August 12, 2014 with 0 Comments
The New Electoral Math  and What it Means for Polling

by GLEN BOLGER

The man who Charlie Cook called “the one pollster Republicans should listen to” looks at the election results and what they mean for the GOP.

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Growing the Majority: A Q&A with Liesl Hickey

By on August 11, 2014 with 0 Comments
Growing the Majority: A Q&A with Liesl Hickey

The Executive Director of the National Republican Congressional Committee weighs in with a preview of the 2014 mid-term elections.

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