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PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Wednesday Nov 6 - 11:05am
RT @TimBoyumTV: 🚨 New #TyingItTogetherNC Episode 🚨 One-on-one with @JoeBiden -He vows to beat @realDonaldTrump "Like a Drum" -NC strategy -Impeachment -@facebook regulation Plus @ppppolls puts the race in perspective with some eye popping primary numbers. https://t.co/NQUsvqdIfC https://t.co/Y5w011G2NM


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Nov 6 - 12:53am
We had Bevin up by 1 three weeks ago https://t.co/f5AE1VuYAZ

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Nov 5 - 7:10pm
RT @WCHLChapelboro: Our #ElectionDay2019 coverage begins now, featuring Aaron Keck, Tom Jensen from @ppppolls, and more! 🎙: 97.9 FM/1360 AM 💻: https://t.co/r15piPhEF6 https://t.co/D83aoC7zKu

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Friday Nov 1 - 10:33am
Hillary Clinton won Washington by 16 points in 2016. Our new poll for @nwprogressive finds: -Elizabeth Warren leading Trump by 23 (60-37) -Joe Biden leading Trump by 22 (59-37) -Bernie Sanders leading Trump by 21 (58-37)

PublicPolicyPolling
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 31 - 6:45pm
RT @nwprogressive: New on NPI's Cascadia Advocate: By a smidgen, Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren, @teamwarren) is Donald Trump's strongest challenger in Evergreen State, NPI poll finds | #waelex https://t.co/TRaHtJCVHL https://t.co/T4bnNvFbOf


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 29 - 11:39am
RT @JoeSudbay: From @ppppolls "the issue of impeachment seems to have the potential to cause [@SenatorCollins] to lose in the general election if she chooses one path and to lose in the primary election if she chooses the other path, leaving her with no good options." https://t.co/YE8dRB8PaZ https://t.co/X7GGCSEh7u

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 25 - 8:23am
When we did a poll in Tulsi’s district a month ago she was at 26% among Trump voters and only 10% with Clinton voters in the primary. A third party bid would likely be a wash at worst and could even hurt Trump more than the Democratic nominee.

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 22 - 3:39pm
RT @SaraGideon: POLL (via @ppppolls): Maine’s Senate seat is ready to flip - help us keep up the momentum by chipping in now: https://t.co/fjyMpsqW2E https://t.co/GrcxhMejIq


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3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 22 - 9:11am
RT @NCPolicyWatch: Who's up? Who's down? Be sure to catch our interview with Tom Jenson, director of @ppppolls, as we discuss impeachment, President Trump’s popularity, and how far Senator Thom Tillis' loyalty will get him heading into 2020 https://t.co/YDRTkiw2tP #ncpol #ncga #podcast https://t.co/XvSy8N3eax


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3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 18 - 12:17pm
RT @bnuckels: New @ppppolls shows Susan Collins is in deep covfefe. 〽️ 35% job approval for Collins 〽️ 54% disapprove of Trump 〽️ 9% drop from last poll. Now trails Dem by 3% 〽️ Rockstar opponent @SaraGideon https://t.co/c5zRPu1Sue

PublicPolicyPolling
4 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 17 - 11:04am
Here's a round up of our recent polling in Ohio, Minnesota, Maine, and North Carolina: https://t.co/x6pMdqr9WB

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 15 - 8:16pm
When we did a poll in her home district a few weeks ago she was tied for 3rd with only 13%...but did have the support of 26% of Trump voters, putting her in first place with them anyway! https://t.co/3y374POYNi

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 15 - 6:48pm
@ralphnf1 Those are the results within the 2 Congressional districts in Maine but they don’t appear to have been labeled as such

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 15 - 1:57pm
RT @laurenvpass: in other #mesen news: @ppppolls has Senator Collins' approval at 35% with 50% of voters *disapproving* of the job she's doing. "Collins is unpopular." https://t.co/y83eb43HQM #mepolitics

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 15 - 12:45pm
RT @politicalwire: Impeachment Could End Collins’ Career https://t.co/vdPIoDEZQi via @politicalwire

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 15 - 12:43pm
RT @DavidNir: This particular pair of questions from the new @ppppolls #MESen poll is just too delicious https://t.co/rOW17mn21u https://t.co/htcOSrp7r0


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PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 15 - 10:24am
On our Maine poll over the weekend there was 94-2 support for impeachment among voters who disapprove of Trump- definitely heading toward Trump approval and impeachment approval being one and the same https://t.co/M7DYwJFJwl

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 15 - 10:19am
Warren and Biden are basically tied among seniors in Maine. With voters under 45 she leads him 32-7, giving her most of her overall advantage: https://t.co/cvuiAS3XT9

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 15 - 10:18am
Democratic primary in Maine- Warren 31 Biden 19 Sanders 12 Buttigieg 9 Harris 4 Yang 3 Booker 2: https://t.co/cvuiAS3XT9

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 15 - 10:17am
Hillary Clinton won Maine by less than 3 points in 2016 but it's not likely to be that close again. Joe Biden leads Trump 54-42, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders lead him 53-43, Pete Buttigieg leads him 52-43, and Kamala Harris leads him 50-44: https://t.co/cvuiAS3XT9

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 15 - 10:16am
Collins has been remarkably resilient over the years but the issue of impeachment seems to have the potential to cause her to lose in the general election if she chooses one path and to lose in the primary election if she chooses the other path, leaving her with no good options

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 15 - 10:15am
Speaking to Collins' weakness within her own party, Republican primary voters already prefer Paul LePage over her 63-29 and Shawn Moody over her 45-36. She doesn't have a primary opponent now but voting for impeachment presumably would draw one: https://t.co/cvuiAS3XT9

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 15 - 10:14am
Right now 53% of GOP primary voters say they generally would like Collins to be their nominee next year, to 38% who prefer someone else. If she supported impeachment, only 35% would still want Collins as nominee and 55% would support someone else: https://t.co/cvuiAS3XT9

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 15 - 10:13am
If she supports impeachment though, it may become very hard for her to win a Republican primary. Only 14% of GOP primary voters support impeachment to 83% opposed. Trump has an 80% approval with primary voters, while Collins is at only 59% approval: https://t.co/cvuiAS3XT9

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 15 - 10:11am
There's 53/44 support for impeachment in Maine. If Collins opposed impeachment, her 44-41 deficit against a generic Democrat would grow to 47-40. Her current 76-12 deficit with Clinton voters would grow to 83-8: https://t.co/cvuiAS3XT9

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 15 - 10:10am
A year ago we found Collins up 6 on a generic Democrat for reelection. At that time she only trailed 64-21 among Clinton voters. Post-Kavanaugh she's lost a lot of her crossover support and now trails 76-12 with Clinton voters: https://t.co/cvuiAS3XT9

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 15 - 10:09am
Collins is in trouble right off the bat. 35% of voters approve of the job she's doing to 50% who disapprove, and she trails a generic Democrat 44-41 for reelection: https://t.co/cvuiAS3XT9

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 15 - 10:08am
Our new Maine poll finds that impeachment could be the issue that ends Susan Collins' Senate career. It hurts her politically no matter which way she goes on it: https://t.co/cvuiAS3XT9

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 15 - 8:21am
RT @Suntimes: EXCLUSIVE POLL: Nearly half of Chicago voters would support a teachers strike, and they would be more likely to hold Chicago Public Schools and city officials responsible for the walkout than the union and its leaders. https://t.co/oCUvMVbt75

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Monday Oct 14 - 2:44pm
@innovationohio Ohioans support an impeachment inquiry into Trump 49/47, showing the extent to which voters are open to it even in states that were pretty strong for him last time. Independents (54/41) and suburban voters (57/40) both support the inquiry: https://t.co/iMVWcmc9MJ

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Monday Oct 14 - 2:43pm
@innovationohio Even though Trump won Ohio by 8 points in 2016, it makes sense that it would be a close state next year given that he trails a generic Democratic in national polling by 11 points, 9 points worse than his 2 point loss to Hillary Clinton in 2016: https://t.co/iMVWcmc9MJ

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Monday Oct 14 - 2:40pm
@innovationohio Trump trails Joe Biden 48-46 in Ohio, ties both Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren at 47, and leads Kamala Harris and Pete Buttigieg 47-43. Trump is at 46-47% regardless of the Dem, the Dems' support fluctuates based on how well known they are: https://t.co/iMVWcmc9MJ

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Monday Oct 14 - 2:38pm
@innovationohio The key problem for Trump is that he trails by double digits in Ohio with both independent (51-37) and suburban (53-40) voters: https://t.co/iMVWcmc9MJ

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Monday Oct 14 - 2:38pm
Our new poll for @innovationohio finds Ohio could go back to being a battleground next year. Donald Trump has a 47/51 favorability rating, and trails a generic Democratic opponent 48-47: https://t.co/iMVWcmc9MJ

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Monday Oct 14 - 1:00pm
RT @ProgressOhio: Trump has been sinking time and $$$ into Ohio for months. The results of this @ppppolls & @innovationohio poll help to explain why - 47-48% - Trump vs. Generic Democrat 46-48% - Trump vs. Biden 47-47% - Trump vs. Warren/Sanders #AskMeAboutOhio https://t.co/XPXi8BLDNA

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Monday Oct 14 - 12:11pm
RT @janetta_king: Read this @ppppolls memo re: Ohio out today! Spoiler alert—not good for Trump. https://t.co/AAnrkaf9jm

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Monday Oct 14 - 11:52am
RT @innovationohio: New Ohio poll from @ppppolls and @InnovationOhio - 47-48% - President Trump trails generic Democrat 48-46% - Trump trails Biden 47-47% - Trump ties with both Warren and Sanders #AskMeAboutOhio https://t.co/PB2N0MctEW

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Monday Oct 14 - 11:52am
RT @innovationohio: A new poll from @ppppolls and @InnovationOhio ahead of tomorrow's #DemDebate shows that Ohio is set to return to its traditional status as a battleground state in 2020. #AskMeAboutOhio https://t.co/PB2N0MctEW

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Thursday Oct 10 - 9:35pm
On the North Carolina poll we did this week, only 2% of people who supported Biden over Trump supported Trump over Warren. The I’m willing to vote for Biden but not for Warren voter is basically nonexistent https://t.co/KxanBZAS1T

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Thursday Oct 10 - 9:11pm
RT @jmzzz: MINNESOTA Generic Dem 52% (+10) Donald Trump 42% @ppppolls https://t.co/MKoE1z2pZA https://t.co/EFbxSySVqq

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Thursday Oct 10 - 11:01am
RT @CommonCauseNC: A new survey from @ppppolls shows an overwhelming majority of NC voters support nonpartisan #redistricting (62/9), with strong support across party lines: Democrats (69/5), Republicans (49/15) & independents (68/9). #ncpol #fairMaps #endGerrymandering https://t.co/JP55khE5pG


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PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Thursday Oct 10 - 9:52am
Just a reminder that we found last week that 60% of primary voters in Gabbard’s district think she should drop out, she’s tied for 3rd in her district at 13%, and a majority don’t even want her in the House anymore: https://t.co/74s6EL6txs https://t.co/6oyJcZB0sZ

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Thursday Oct 10 - 8:38am
RT @HawaiiDelilah: In North Carolina, the top tier Dems beat Trump in head to heads match ups. Biden has a 5 point advantage at 51-46 Warren has a 3 point advantage at 49-46 Sanders is up 50-47 Vote for who you like; the 3 leading Dems are all electable. From @ppppolls https://t.co/FIiOE6Nyco

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 9 - 10:48pm
Our new poll with @ABetterMN finds him trailing a generic Democrat by 10 points in the state: https://t.co/pP8SYKhzXg https://t.co/rG9uHi95DT

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 9 - 2:17pm
RT @stew_boss: Latest @ppppolls: "Thom Tillis continues to be quite unpopular, with only 22% of voters approving of the job he’s doing to 44% who disapprove." > "broadly unpopular" w/ Dems & independents > "tepid numbers within his own party" #ncsen #ncpol https://t.co/x9YVpONbcL

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 9 - 12:30pm
RT @BowTiePolitics: Other findings in the @ppppolls NC poll just released: Tillis Approval: 22% Disapproval: 44% Among: Dems: 9/59 Indies: 22/48 GOP: 40/22 62% of NCs support ‘nonpartisan redistricting’, to 9% opposed. Dems: 69/5 Indies: 68/9 GOP: 49/15 963 NC voters polled; MOE +/- 3.2% #ncpol

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 9 - 12:30pm
RT @BowTiePolitics: New @ppppolls on NC: Trump Approval: 46% Disapprove: 51% Impeach: 48% Opposed Impeachment: 48% Biden 51 Trump 46 Warren 49 Trump 46 Sanders 50 Trump 47 Harris 47 Trump 47 https://t.co/hi9SDtXuga #ncpol

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 9 - 12:14pm
RT @rissluna: @ABetterMN @ppppolls Trump came within 1.5 percentage points of winning MN in 2016, but the Dem candidate is beating him by 10 points. And the majority of Minnesotans have a very unfavorable opinion of him.

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 9 - 12:13pm
@ABetterMN Trump lost Minnesota by less than 2 points in 2016, so these numbers represent quite a decline for him

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 9 - 12:12pm
@ABetterMN When it comes to the House, 51% of voters in the state say they would prefer a Democrat who supports impeachment compared to 42% who say they would prefer a Republican who opposes impeachment: https://t.co/pP8SYKhzXg

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 9 - 12:11pm
Our new poll for @ABetterMN finds that Donald Trump trails a generic Democrat 52-42 in the state. His favorability is 43/55 (34% very favorable, 50% very unfavorable): https://t.co/pP8SYKhzXg

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 9 - 11:37am
A story in 2 parts https://t.co/Vf4BtMoI3D


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1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 9 - 10:27am
And finally NC voters continue to strongly favor Medicaid Expansion- 54% in support, 30% opposed. 79/9 with Dems, 52/35 with independents, and 26/54 with GOP. Voters side with Governor on major issue creating impasse with General Assembly on budget: https://t.co/NgtXWkpSsH

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 9 - 10:26am
62/9 support for nonpartisan redistricting in North Carolina. Rare issue with bipartisan consensus- 69/5 with Democrats, 68/9 with independents, and 49/15 with Republicans: https://t.co/NgtXWkpSsH

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 9 - 10:25am
Thom Tillis continues to be very unpopular in North Carolina- 22% approve, 44% disapprove. Only at 40/22 with Republicans, hence the concern about his primary challenge. 22/48 with independents and 9/59 with Democrats: https://t.co/NgtXWkpSsH

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 9 - 10:23am
The interesting thing about Warren with African Americans in NC though is that they really like her- 69/9 favorability rating. They just like Biden even more- 84/6 favorability. But there's reason to think her support with them could grow later: https://t.co/NgtXWkpSsH

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 9 - 10:22am
There is a huge racial split among Democrats in NC. Warren leads Biden 31-26 with white voters, with Buttigieg also in double digits at 12%. But with black voters Biden gets 63% to 6% for Sanders with Warren, Buttigieg, and O'Rourke each at 3%: https://t.co/NgtXWkpSsH

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 9 - 10:19am
Democratic primary in North Carolina: Biden 39 Warren 22 Buttigieg 9 Sanders 6 Harris, Yang 3 Booker 2 Castro, O'Rourke 1: https://t.co/NgtXWkpSsH

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 9 - 10:18am
North Carolinians who support Biden over Trump also support Warren over Trump 94-2. There is not a meaningful swath of voters out there willing to vote for Biden but who are going to vote Trump if it's Warren: https://t.co/NgtXWkpSsH

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 9 - 10:16am
Trump trails Biden 51-46, Warren 49-46, and Sanders 50-47 in NC. Ties Harris at 47%, leads Buttigieg 47-46. Electability differences are overblown. Trump gets 46-47% no matter who Dem is. Dems get different levels of support depending on level of fame: https://t.co/NgtXWkpSsH

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 9 - 10:13am
Trump has a 46/51 approval spread in NC. Voters are evenly divided on impeachment, 48/48. Only 7% of voters who disapprove of Trump are opposed to impeachment. Disapproval and support for impeachment are coming closer and closer to one and the same: https://t.co/NgtXWkpSsH

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 9 - 10:12am
Our new poll in North Carolina- a state Trump won by 4 points- finds that there are more voters who want to impeach him (48%) than there are who approve of him (46%): https://t.co/NgtXWkpSsH

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Saturday Oct 5 - 12:31pm
RT @politicalwire: Trump Trails Generic Democrat Nationally by 11 Points https://t.co/daR9tR5vI4

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Friday Oct 4 - 11:31am
RT @EDFaction: Voters want Congress to continue aggressive oversight of the Administration & their anti-environmental agenda that has been allowed to run rampant @ppppolls https://t.co/Qs2s6uuf0i

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Thursday Oct 3 - 4:50pm
Every time we put out a bad poll for Trump we hear the response 'but the polls last time!' This week in 2015 we had Clinton and Trump tied at 44 nationally. This week this time around, we have Trump trailing a generic Democrat by 11 points. Things are much worse for him now

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Thursday Oct 3 - 4:13pm
Here's a quick roundup of our new publicly released polls this week including a national poll, some House polls, and a Presidential poll in a House district! https://t.co/1bO9cWUdFO

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Thursday Oct 3 - 10:29am
RT @EDFaction: New poll: Pence, Trump and their anti-environmental agenda unpopular with voters across the country @ppppolls https://t.co/Qs2s6ucDBI

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Thursday Oct 3 - 9:52am
@EDFaction And that 57% of voters are concerned about the Trump administration's ethical standards due to the appointment of a lobbyist for coal and chemical companies to run the EPA, to 34% of voters who say that doesn't concern them: https://t.co/8GYCGxVE8I

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Thursday Oct 3 - 9:49am
@EDFaction Our national poll for @edfaction also finds that 60% of voters think Congress should look into the appointment of corporate lobbyists to senior government positions, including the EPA, to just 17% opposed to such inquiries: https://t.co/8GYCGxVE8I

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Thursday Oct 3 - 9:48am
@EDFaction Republicans wouldn't be much better off if Mike Pence ended up being their candidate next year. He trails a generic Democrat 49-40: https://t.co/8GYCGxVE8I

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Thursday Oct 3 - 9:47am
Our new national poll with @EDFaction finds that Donald Trump has a 40-55 approval spread and that he trails a generic Democrat 52-41 for reelection. No sign of any sort of backlash to impeachment efforts: https://t.co/8GYCGxVE8I

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 2 - 9:19am
RT @CivilBeat: Poll: @TulsiPress Constituents Want Her To End #PresidentialCampaign https://t.co/gbQMbV6JQT @nickgrube #HInews

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 1 - 11:04am
Chip Roy's approval is 30/35 Michael McCaul's is 32/37 John Carter's is 38/37 Democrats seem likely to add at least a few more seats next year to their gains in Texas last year: https://t.co/Fk2wpHqR40

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 1 - 11:03am
Part of the reason for these Democratic pick up opportunities is traditionally Republican voters moving away from the party because of Trump. But it's also because the Republican incumbents seeking reelection aren't that popular...

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 1 - 11:00am
We recently did polls in 6 GOP held House districts in Texas: A generic Democrat leads 53-41 in TX-23 and 47-46 in TX-24. Republicans have small leads in TX-10 (49-46), TX-22 (49-45), TX-21 (49-44), and TX-31 (51-44). https://t.co/Fk2wpHqR40

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 1 - 10:51am
RT @JamesPindell: While @TulsiGabbard is in New Hampshire, a new @ppppolls is released showing 60% of Dems in her #Hawaii congressional disctrict thinks she should drop out of presidential race #fitn #hinews

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 1 - 9:59am
Bottom line- Gabbard has been strong in her district in the past but a Presidential bid bring a whole different level of attention and scrutiny and it seems a lot of her constituents don't like what they're seeing: https://t.co/74s6EL6txs

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 1 - 9:58am
With seniors Biden leads with 34% to 28% for Warren, with no one else in double digits. With voters under 45 Biden is in 4th though- Warren 27, Sanders 26, Gabbard 13, Biden 12: https://t.co/74s6EL6txs

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 1 - 9:56am
Beyond the Gabbard angle the HI-2 numbers show some familiar splits in the Presidential race. With white voters Warren's at 38% to 16% Biden, 11% Sanders/Gabbard. With nonwhite voters Biden leads with 26% to 19% Warren, 14% Sanders, 13% Gabbard: https://t.co/74s6EL6txs

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 1 - 9:53am
Gabbard does lead Kai Kahele 48-26 at this point, but below 50% doesn't tend to be a great place for an incumbent to start in a primary. Her approval rating with Democratic primary voters is also under 50% at 44/34: https://t.co/74s6EL6txs

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 1 - 9:52am
Gabbard may have a hard time getting elected to Congress again next year as well. 50% of Democratic primary voters in her district say they would generally prefer to vote for someone else, to 38% who want to nominate Gabbard again: https://t.co/74s6EL6txs

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 1 - 9:50am
One demographic Gabbard does lead the Democratic primary field with in her home district? Trump voters. She gets 26% with them to 15% for Joe Biden with nobody else in double digits: https://t.co/74s6EL6txs

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 1 - 9:49am
Elizabeth Warren is the top choice of Democratic voters in Gabbard's district at 25% to 22% for Joe Biden. Bernie Sanders and Gabbard tied for 3rd at 13%. Buttigieg and Yang at 5%, Harris at 3%, Booker and O'Rourke at 1% round out field: https://t.co/74s6EL6txs

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 1 - 9:47am
Our new poll of Democratic primary voters in Tulsi Gabbard's Congressional district finds that 60% think she should drop out of the Presidential race, only 28% think she should keep running: https://t.co/74s6EL6txs

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Monday Sep 30 - 9:43pm
well you certainly could have participated in the Breitbart poll Trump tweeted out betsyross https://t.co/7ZvRzrGe8B

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Monday Sep 30 - 3:49pm
A couple years ago we asked whether people would approve or disapprove of him if he shot someone on 5th Avenue, and he had a positive 45/29 approval with Trump voters in that hypothetical https://t.co/7wKVubiAqW

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Saturday Sep 21 - 12:09pm
@idalucille https://t.co/JU8fih1AAx

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1 month ago:   Saturday Sep 21 - 12:09pm
@PatomUng California: https://t.co/JU8fih1AAx

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Saturday Sep 21 - 12:08pm
@USAPollster https://t.co/JU8fih1AAx

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Saturday Sep 21 - 9:40am
Earlier in the decade we did favorability ratings of every state and Iowa came in at 42/17. Hawaii was most popular at 54/10. https://t.co/c4PMLFoI3X

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Sep 18 - 3:04pm
Our fresh numbers finding Cal Cunningham leading Thom Tillis 45-43 are similar to the AARP poll from earlier in the summer that came out this week showing Cunningham up 42-41 https://t.co/UXofk7CQqH

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Friday Sep 13 - 4:08pm
RT @ProtectOurCare: "A new poll from @ppppolls shows a majority of Americans in key battleground states want to keep the Affordable Care Act in place and make big changes to the health care system." via @IAStartingLine https://t.co/PclbTKtogu #ProtectOurCare #IApolitics

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Friday Sep 13 - 12:49pm
RT @IAStartingLine: New from @Josh_Cook_: Key swing state voters don't want to see the Trump Administration's ACA lawsuit succeed, fear consequences of losing the health care law's protections https://t.co/966O9Cd1gx

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Thursday Sep 12 - 5:40pm
RT @bnuckels: New battleground @ppppolls shows big opposition to Trump's ACA lawsuit. While Dems debate tonight, none of the differences in their healthcare plans are as important to communicate as pounding Trump on his action that could strip protections for those with pre-existing conditions https://t.co/xTNW5DGh7a


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2 months ago:   Thursday Sep 12 - 1:53pm
RT @ProtectOurCare: @ppppolls @realDonaldTrump The bottom line: @realDonaldTrump’s actions on health care are extremely unpopular with voters in key November 2020 battleground states, including independents and Republicans. #ProtectOurCare

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Thursday Sep 12 - 1:53pm
RT @ProtectOurCare: @ppppolls @realDonaldTrump A clear majority of voters (68%) say that 20 million people completely losing their health insurance coverage as a result of the #ACA being struck down is a major concern, including a majority of independents (65%) and a plurality of Republicans (48%). #ProtectOurCare

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Thursday Sep 12 - 1:53pm
RT @ProtectOurCare: @ppppolls @realDonaldTrump A large majority of battleground voters (70%) also oppose a proposal from the Trump administration which allows health insurance companies to sell junk health insurance plans that don’t cover prescription drug costs or protect people with pre-existing conditions. #ProtectOurCare

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Thursday Sep 12 - 1:53pm
RT @ProtectOurCare: @ppppolls @realDonaldTrump An overwhelming majority (84%) support ending the ban on #Medicare negotiating with drug companies to get lower prices for prescription drugs, which Republicans in the Senate Finance Committee recently voted against.

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Thursday Sep 12 - 1:53pm
RT @ProtectOurCare: @ppppolls @realDonaldTrump By a 19-point margin, voters think that @realDonaldTrump and the Department of Justice should drop their support for the lawsuit (54-35). This includes a majority of independents (52%), and even 30% of Republicans. #ProtectOurCare #TXvUS #TrumpLawsuit

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Thursday Sep 12 - 1:53pm
RT @ProtectOurCare: @ppppolls @realDonaldTrump .@realDonaldTrump’s lawsuit to strike down the #ACA is unpopular with battleground voters, including Texans, by a 21-point margin. The majority of voters (55%) oppose the lawsuit’s goal of striking down the ACA, while only 34% think it should be struck down. #ProtectOurCare