@ppppolls


Link to Website          FOLLOWERS: 118.8K

PublicPolicyPolling
5 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 15 - 11:34am
We have a full time job opening in our Raleigh office, please share with anyone who might be interested! https://t.co/SIq3Rm2lgo

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Friday Jan 11 - 5:19pm
RT @TimBoyumTV: At 7 - we talk shutdown politics, #ncga and early 2020 polling for #NCGOV and #NCPREZ with @ppppolls @JudgeBobOrr @joeytwogloves #ncpol #ncga

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Friday Jan 11 - 11:22am
We found this week that David Perdue has a 40/39 approval spread- definitely a potentially winnable race if Abrams got in. (Trump is under water in the state at 46/51) https://t.co/Vq3yk0IA4U

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 10 - 11:11am
One reason you weren't polled is that South Carolina is not 1 of the 7 states we polled https://t.co/DpoxatNJEz

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 10 - 11:06am
RT @cam_joseph: New @MoveOn/@ppppolls #s show the voters in key 2020 Senate states oppose @realDonaldTrump on the shutdown: https://t.co/gLOxpoOLxL

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 10 - 10:38am
Trump's approval in this set of states: AK: 47% approve, 50% disapprove AZ: 46% approve, 51% disapprove CO: 40% approve, 56% disapprove GA: 46% approve, 51% disapprove IA: 45% approve, 52% disapprove ME: 40% approve, 56% disapprove NC: 46% approve, 50% disapprove

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 10 - 10:34am
And in Maine, only 33% of voters agree with President Trump that the government should remain closed until he gets funding for the wall, to 63% who disagree: https://t.co/1KRClPIc6y

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 10 - 10:32am
dayna you got us https://t.co/rWcS1YPZov

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 10 - 10:31am
In AK, 41% of voters agree with President Trump that the government should remain closed until he gets funding for the wall, to 55% who disagree. By a 9 point margin voters say they're less likely to support Dan Sullivan next year for position on this: https://t.co/GSdwQDnrUz

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 10 - 10:30am
In IA, 39% of voters agree with President Trump that the government should remain closed until he gets funding for the wall, to 56% who disagree. By a 12 point margin voters say they're less likely to support Joni Ernst next year for position on this: https://t.co/HGbIsAcexW

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 10 - 10:28am
In GA, 41% of voters agree with President Trump that the government should remain closed until he gets funding for the wall, to 55% who disagree. By a 9 point margin voters say they're less likely to support David Perdue next year for position on this: https://t.co/E6zEbFWtBJ

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 10 - 10:25am
In Arizona, only 40% of voters agree with President Trump that the government should remain closed until he gets funding for the wall, to 55% who disagree. Martha McSally has a 37/41 approval and is likely to struggle to win election again next year: https://t.co/8SfMQIUfyI

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 10 - 10:24am
In NC, only 39% of voters agree with President Trump that the government should remain closed until he gets funding for the wall, to 57% who disagree. Thom Tillis has a 34/40 approval rating, continuing a run of polls with approvals in 30s for him: https://t.co/8FSuQ8rmQc

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 10 - 10:21am
In Colorado, 58% of voters want Congress to re-open government without funding for the wall, to 37% opposed. Cory Gardner has a 30/47 approval rating, more evidence that he's extremely vulnerable next year: https://t.co/IOHQ6zaK3D

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 10 - 10:17am
New polling in key 2020 Senate states we did with @MoveOn finds voters want Congress to re-open the government without funding for the wall, and that Senators are making a political mistake aligning themselves with Trump on this

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 10 - 10:15am
RT @dgordon52: New @ppppolls out this morning commissioned by @MoveOn show that declaring a national emergency to fund his wall is deeply unpopular in key 2020 Senate Republican states - IA, NC, ME. cc: @SenatorCollins @ThomTillis @SenJoniErnst https://t.co/PvyjlFiy5s


Link to Image

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 10 - 10:15am
RT @coleleiter: Somehow these #NC09 numbers from @ppppolls look even striking when they're covered on the 6PM news. https://t.co/VNHZ783ozt


Link to Image

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 10 - 10:15am
RT @JoshDorner: 🚨🚨🚨 NEW POLLS show danger for Senate GOPers up in 2020. Widespread opposition to keeping govt closed, to spending billions on The Wall, and to declaring a national emergency. And support for Trump's demands is harmful to their reelection prospects (via @ppppolls + @MoveOn). https://t.co/N5hEIeqYMW


Link to Image

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 9 - 2:43pm
RT @HoyerPress: Ahead of today’s vote on a resolution to intervene in the GOP lawsuit on the #ACA, we wanted to be sure you saw highlights from a recent poll from @ppppolls. @HouseGOP should probably take it into consideration when they head to the Floor today… https://t.co/OGItvrwzto

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 9 - 11:31am
RT @DKElections: .@ppppolls takes a very early look at Dem #NCGOV Roy Cooper's re-election prospects. Gives him 44-35 approval rating, finds him leading 5 hypothetical GOP rivals https://t.co/mScRxxPYBt

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 9 - 11:18am
lot going on here https://t.co/AHvD1KVRMG

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 9 - 11:06am
RT @coleleiter: Wow... Eye opening #NC09 numbers from @PPPPolls most recent #ncpol survey. 👀 https://t.co/JiUGFUdYck https://t.co/pKi862Sv3E


Link to Image

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 9 - 11:03am
RT @politico_chris: Gov. @RoyCooperNC (D-NC) starts out as a favorite for re-election in 2020, according to @ppppolls: #NCGov Cooper-McCrory 45/41 Cooper-Tillis 46/37 Cooper-Dan Forest 47/35 Cooper-Phil Berger 48/34 Cooper-Tim Moore 46/32 https://t.co/PvcCk4Kx9c

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 9 - 10:57am
Only 28% of North Carolinians think Mark Harris should be seated in NC-9, 48% think there should be a redo of the election given fraud allegations: https://t.co/yWD1UoiVES

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 9 - 10:56am
Thom Tillis has a 31% approval rating to 37% of voters who disapprove of him. Likely to be a top tier Senate race next year: https://t.co/yWD1UoiVES

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 9 - 10:55am
Democrats picked up 16 legislative seats in North Carolina last fall and swept the statewide races https://t.co/Iq6L99Ude8

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 9 - 10:53am
Cooper leads Pat McCrory 45-41 in a hypothetical rematch. He would lead Thom Tillis 46-37 and Dan Forest 47-35. Not much question who voters side with on Cooper v. Legislative. Would lead Phil Berger 48-34 and Tim Moore 46-32 for Governor: https://t.co/yWD1UoiVES

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 9 - 10:51am
Roy Cooper starts out as a favorite for reelection. 44% of voters approve of him to 35% who disapprove. By comparison Pat McCrory was at 41/45 and Bev Perdue at 33/46 the comparable times in their terms: https://t.co/yWD1UoiVES

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 9 - 10:50am
Joe Biden leads Trump 49-44 in NC and Bernie Sanders leads him 48-45. Elizabeth Warren ties Trump at 46% and Kamala Harris ties him at 45%. Trump has a slight 46-45 edge over Cory Booker and Beto O'Rourke: https://t.co/yWD1UoiVES

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 9 - 10:49am
Trump polls at 44-46% in North Carolina regardless of which of 6 Democrats he's tested against. The Democrats get anywhere from 45-49%, running largely in line with their name recognition: https://t.co/yWD1UoiVES

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 9 - 10:48am
Our first North Carolina poll of the 2020 cycle finds the state is likely to be a key battleground once again. Donald Trump won the state by 4, but now only 46% of voters approve of him to 50% who disapprove: https://t.co/yWD1UoiVES

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 8 - 2:25pm
RT @ProtectOurCare: NEW POLL 📈📊: A new @ppppolls poll finds that 55 percent of voters say they opposed the Texas court decision last month finding the #ACA invalid. 🔄 to spread the word. https://t.co/IejeEuCibI #ProtectOurCare

PublicPolicyPolling
2 weeks ago:   Friday Jan 4 - 3:46pm
In a survey we conducted for @protectourcare, by a margin of 54 to 41 Americans blame President Trump and Republicans for the government shutdown rather than Democrats. Margin expands to 20 points (57-37) with women. https://t.co/pqqZEzxhTo


Link to Image

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 14 - 1:11pm
We’ve found Biden and Sanders at the top of early 2020 polling. But we’ve also found 57% of Democrats want someone in their 50s or younger. Biden and Sanders will lead early on name recognition but Dem voters’ generic preference is for someone from the next generation

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Friday Nov 30 - 2:48pm
RT @Politics_Polls: OHIO 2020 GE: Brown 48% (+6) Trump 42% . Biden 48% (+4) Trump 44% . Sanders 47% (+1) Trump 46% @ppppolls 11/27-28 https://t.co/yWm6iJ3Uxa

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Friday Nov 16 - 5:58am
A good reminder of how much of what happened this cycle really was kind of baked in a year ago https://t.co/QK7O8aJoCS

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Thursday Nov 15 - 7:56am
We found Trump trailing a generic Democrat 51/41 in Minnesota over the summer https://t.co/700CQd3YMV

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Wednesday Nov 14 - 4:28pm
RT @AUSineInstitute: "We've seen that voters don't like huge changes. Voters have gotten on board with the Affordable Care Act, but I think for now they would be more comfortable with making smaller tweaks instead of going with something different." - Tom Jensen (@PPPolls) #healthcare2018 https://t.co/ipOgoDq2gn


Link to Image

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Wednesday Nov 14 - 4:26pm
RT @AUSineInstitute: On the role that health care played for the democratic party: "Healthcare was the issue that got most people fired up to vote. It was also a rare issue that got Trump voters to favor democrats on some of the health care issues." - Tom Jensen (@PPPolls) #Healthcare2018 https://t.co/NlPumR4U1Y


Link to Image

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Wednesday Nov 14 - 4:24pm
RT @BenjySarlin: About to watch a murderer's row of election analysis at American University: @ppppolls Tom Jensen, Cook Report's @jennifereduffy, NBC regular Fred Yang, and Public Opinion Strategies @posglen. Whole lot of 2018 postmorterms to go to this week.

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Wednesday Nov 14 - 12:43pm
RT @ProtectOurCare: A NEW @ppppolls election day survey of Arizona voters found that health care was a top issue for voters in the state — and that they overwhelmingly favored Democrats on it, propelling @kyrstensinema to victory. https://t.co/xLliNA12lg #ProtectOurCare #AZSEN

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Sunday Nov 11 - 1:24pm
RT @HealthAUWCL: Join us @AUWCL this Wednesday for @AUSineInstitute discussion of #healthpolicy #ACA in the #2018midterms w/ @lesliedach @jennifereduffy @ppppolls @jessicamackler @SylviaBurwell & more! https://t.co/eLDxdFhDka

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Thursday Nov 8 - 7:05pm
RT @ProgressIowa: 61% of Iowans think that corporations and the wealthiest should pay more in taxes. #iagov #ialegis Read more about the policies Iowans supported in our poll by @ppppolls here: https://t.co/jxmjFtqf94 https://t.co/7F0jyKBv02


Link to Image

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Thursday Nov 8 - 7:05pm
RT @ProgressIowa: 66% of Iowans think collective bargaining rights should be restored. #iagov #ialegis Read more about the policies Iowans supported in our poll by @ppppolls here: https://t.co/jxmjFtqf94 https://t.co/vgK8NShfJB


Link to Image

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Thursday Nov 8 - 7:04pm
RT @ProgressIowa: 57% of Iowans would rather fund public services than receive a personal tax break. #iagov #ialegis Read more about the policies Iowans supported in our poll by @ppppolls here: https://t.co/jxmjFtqf94 https://t.co/bTZ2ojnVse


Link to Image

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Thursday Nov 8 - 7:04pm
RT @ProgressIowa: 69% of Iowans think that IPERS should not be privatized. #SaveIPERS #iagov #ialegis Read more about the policies Iowans supported in our poll by @ppppolls here: https://t.co/jxmjFtqf94 https://t.co/ELGXDhjSxs


Link to Image

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Thursday Nov 8 - 2:28pm
RT @OneIowaAction: 56 percent of Iowa voters think the Governor and legislature should ban conversion therapy for LGBTQ minors, and only 21 percent think the practice should remain legal according to exit polling from @ppppolls: https://t.co/v0UjseVOw2 #ialegis #iagov

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Wednesday Nov 7 - 1:41pm
RT @ProtectOurCare: NEW POLL: @ppppolls election day survey of Wisconsin voters found that health care was the top issue for voters in the state — and that they overwhelmingly favored Democrats on it, propelling @Tony4WI to victory. https://t.co/yJLG6nzkMz #ProtectOurCare #ElectionResults2018 #WIGov

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Wednesday Nov 7 - 8:02am
The birth of this relatively strong Democratic election cycle came in the summer of 2017 with the Obamacare repeal effort. That's when Dems took a big generic House ballot lead and really never looked back: https://t.co/0kZLDZcz0k

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Wednesday Nov 7 - 8:01am
44% of voters were less likely to vote GOP for Congress because of their efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act, to only 35% more likely to. Definitely a difference maker in some of these super tight districts that went Dem: https://t.co/0kZLDZcz0k

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Wednesday Nov 7 - 8:00am
The bottom line is that voters don't want Republicans touching Obamacare at this point- 58% think it should stay in place to only 36% who want it repealed- and it's 64/29 with independents: https://t.co/0kZLDZcz0k

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Wednesday Nov 7 - 7:59am
Voters in these Republican held districts also trusted Democrats more than Republicans on health care costs (48/39) and lower prescription drug pricing (45/36): https://t.co/0kZLDZcz0k

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Wednesday Nov 7 - 7:57am
Late claims that GOP was actually the party that would help those with pre-existing conditions fell flat. Democrats were trusted more 51-34 on the issue, 56-23 with independents: https://t.co/0kZLDZcz0k

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Wednesday Nov 7 - 7:56am
24% of voters said health care was the single most important issue to them in the election- and among those voters Democrats won 88-10. The clear primary motivating factor among those who voted Democratic yesterday: https://t.co/0kZLDZcz0k

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Wednesday Nov 7 - 7:53am
In the 75 GOP held battlegrounds we tested, voters trusted Democrats over Republicans and President Trump on health care 52-44, including 57-35 with independents: https://t.co/0kZLDZcz0k

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Wednesday Nov 7 - 7:51am
Our election day survey in GOP held battlegrounds for @protectourcare found 63% of voters said health care was either the most important issue (21%) or a very important issue (42%) to their votes: https://t.co/0kZLDZcz0k

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Wednesday Nov 7 - 3:07am
RT @JesseFFerguson: 🚨🚨BREAKING Exit polling of voters in the 75 competitive GOP-held seats today shows - Health care was #1 -- was defining issue for 63% - Democrats had 8-point advantage (52-44%) on health care (22 pt adv w/ independents) (conducted by @ppppolls) https://t.co/m1ih3QJZNt

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Tuesday Nov 6 - 6:00pm
When we go to run the 'Nevada Senate Exit Poll November 2018' poll, right above it is the 'Nevada Health Care January 2017' poll. Sort of a good prism into how Democratic strategists figured out what this election was going to be about from a very early stage in the cycle

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Friday Nov 2 - 1:01pm
RT @WCHLChapelboro: A new survey from @ppppolls shows support for the six constitutional amendments on this fall’s ballot is down dramatically since the referendums were approved by state lawmakers earlier this year. https://t.co/Yao2YE3pcA

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Thursday Nov 1 - 10:11pm
RT @samswey: Proposals that had the most public support addressed police violence. 52% would vote for an amendment requiring police exhaust all alternatives prior to deadly force. 66% would repeal “police bill of rights” law to give community oversight structures the power to subpoena police.

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Thursday Nov 1 - 10:11pm
RT @samswey: We asked about Amendment 4 to restore voting rights as well as 10 additional ideas for amending the Florida state constitution. Many of these ideas had never polled before. Here’s the % of FL registered voters who said they would vote YES on each proposal. https://t.co/9Uowo8Godr


Link to Image

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Thursday Nov 1 - 10:11pm
RT @samswey: We worked with @ppppolls to conduct a poll of Florida registered voters to assess public support for a range of policy proposals focused on equity and justice. Here are some of the key findings from the poll... (1/x)

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Thursday Nov 1 - 2:40pm
@BillinPortland we're fine, just a massive amount of private polling business this year...wish doing Twitter paid the bills :)

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Friday Oct 26 - 5:44pm
RT @TroyKinsey: Just in: a new @ppppolls survey commissioned by Dem strategist @culvert shows @AndrewGillum leading @RonDeSantisFL +5 & @SenBillNelson leading @FLGovScott +3 in the critical Tampa media market. #flgov #flsen

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Friday Oct 26 - 9:35am
North Carolinians: we are doing an election preview event with @NCPolicyWatch Tuesday in Raleigh, featuring fresh polling data on the statewide ballot! Details if you're interested in coming out: https://t.co/t5ZpaFmKZ5

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Thursday Oct 25 - 3:40pm
Someone just left us an angry voicemail saying they were going to vote straight Democratic because they were mad we called them so we will have to accept the punishment and move on

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Tuesday Oct 23 - 5:43pm
RT @AmericasVoice: New Kansas poll: Laura Kelly, Kris Kobach in dead heat at home stretch of governor’s race https://t.co/9va4FJnYoS via @ppppolls

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Sunday Oct 21 - 9:39am
An interesting trend we’re seeing in a lot of our private House battleground polling is Trump’s approval numbers up from the summer...but the horse race numbers basically unchanged https://t.co/YwpLM9J246

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Friday Oct 19 - 4:00pm
hi THE assmaster14 i don't think we ever claimed to be non-partisan https://t.co/UwCUQkiqLH

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Friday Oct 19 - 1:11pm
RT @ProtectOurCare: Ahead of tonight’s #NVSenateDebate between @RosenforNevada and @DeanHeller, a new poll from @ppppolls shows Nevadans are deeply motivated by health care this election cycle and have major concerns with @SenDeanHeller’s anti-health care record. https://t.co/84nddRiI9a #NVSEN

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Friday Oct 19 - 1:11pm
RT @PpollingNumbers: #NVSen: Rosen (D) 48 (+2) Heller (R -Inc) 46 @ppppolls/@ProtectOurCare (D) Poll https://t.co/JoupFwxTkc

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Wednesday Oct 10 - 7:40pm
@the1mgirl dm us your number and we'll be happy to put it on our do not call list

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Monday Oct 8 - 7:09pm
But Anglin is getting 45% of the Republican vote to just 29% of the Republican vote for Jackson. There's only one real explanation for this...

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Monday Oct 8 - 7:08pm
Very illuminating crosstab on these results. Christopher Anglin and Barbara Jackson are both Republicans. Jackson is on the Supreme Court already and has served a long time in statewide Judicial office. Anglin has been widely accused by Republican leaders of being a Dem plant https://t.co/GlMtdS1CLv

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Saturday Oct 6 - 9:54am
RT @KevinCate: Latest South Tampa SD-18 (Clinton +6 district) @ppppolls: @AndrewGillum: 51 @RonDeSantisFL: 41 @NelsonForSenate: 52 @FLGovScott: 44 @RepJanetCruz (D): 42 (challenger) @DanaYoungFL (R): 39 (incumbent) Young (R) won district +7 in 2016. https://t.co/Th4tubVSRw

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Saturday Oct 6 - 7:46am
@ssupak We will probably get back to more ‘fun’ polls once the election and crushing client load are in the rear view

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Saturday Oct 6 - 7:32am
Thanks mister cool https://t.co/E0S7CdYia3

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Friday Oct 5 - 3:32pm
@SheilaCreates @SenSanders we agree :)

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Friday Oct 5 - 3:31pm
Only 41% of Mainers support confirming Kavanaugh, to 54% who are opposed. And 49% say voting to confirm Kavanaugh would make them less likely to vote for Collins in the future, to 39% more likely

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Friday Oct 5 - 3:30pm
Collins' strength has always been her crossover appeal beyond Republicans. We found that initially, she trailed only 53-26 with Clinton voters. But that if she voted for Kavanaugh, she would trail 80-9 with Clinton voters. This vote could be the end of that crossover appeal

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Friday Oct 5 - 3:28pm
Earlier this week we found that Susan Collins led a generic Democrat 42-34 for reelection. But that if she voted for Kavanaugh, that dropped to a 45-45 tie.

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Wednesday Oct 3 - 9:00am
In hypothetical 2020 re-elect she leads generic Dem by 8 points...but if she votes to confirm Kavanaugh that becomes a tie. Moves from trailing only 53-26 with Clinton voters to 80-9 based on hypothetical vote to confirm Kavanaugh. Could be career defining vote https://t.co/FysnCLSZHy

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Monday Oct 1 - 3:40pm
RT @PeterSchorschFL: Another poll, another lead for @AndrewGillum; @PPPpolls pegs him up 4 points over Ron DeSantis https://t.co/XwjLKXah3g #FlaPol https://t.co/0lZ3JobNlv


Link to Image

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Monday Oct 1 - 3:40pm
We found Jon Tester and Bill Nelson each ahead by 4 on polls over the weekend https://t.co/AFXj2YrX9S

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Monday Sep 24 - 4:18pm
RT @PatrickSvitek: .@ppppolls for @ProtectOurCare, Sept. 17-18: - #TX07 (562 RVs, MOE +/-4.1%): @Lizzie4Congress 47%, @johnculberson 45% (Trump net approval: -3) - #TX32 (555 RVs, MOE +/-4.2%): @ColinAllredTX 47%, @PeteSessions 42% (Trump net approval: -10)

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Monday Sep 24 - 11:08am
RT @ProtectOurCare: New @ppppolls surveys find that health care may be a decisive issue for voters in the Minnesota battlegrounds of #MN02 and #MN03. https://t.co/pW2loFBlvu #ProtectOurCare

PublicPolicyPolling
4 months ago:   Thursday Sep 20 - 8:45pm
RT @MaryECreasman: SPOILER ALERT: Overwhelming majority of voters in key #CA congressional swing districts expect their representatives to protect our natural resources & landscapes. So why aren’t they??? November is coming... & new @clcv & @ppppolls poll results for #LWCF are here just in time👇 https://t.co/5HWvsYWzKF

PublicPolicyPolling
4 months ago:   Thursday Sep 20 - 5:10pm
RT @PatrickSvitek: .@ppppolls for @ProtectOurCare (613 RVs, MOE +/-4%): @tedcruz 48%, @BetoORourke 45% https://t.co/c0Vd6kAVbP https://t.co/wp7lXsJLmD #txsen

PublicPolicyPolling
4 months ago:   Thursday Sep 20 - 1:14pm
RT @clcv: Breaking: Our new poll with @ppppolls shows that 82% of voters in #CD4, #CD25, #CD45, & #CD48 think it's important for their members of Congress to protect public lands, coastlines, & clean air and water. #SaveLWCF https://t.co/dsIl4IJ92x https://t.co/m5QUWeF4s9


Link to Image

PublicPolicyPolling
4 months ago:   Thursday Sep 20 - 1:14pm
RT @sambrodey: Some new #mn03 polling to share, too - health care advocacy group Protect Our Care had @ppppolls in the field. They found: Phillips 52% - Paulsen 39% Trump approval 40% - disapproval 56% 54% less likely to vote for Paulsen bc ACA repeal vote https://t.co/aZaX9l8cje

PublicPolicyPolling
4 months ago:   Tuesday Sep 18 - 1:30pm
Almost identical to the three Wisconsin Governor polls we've done https://t.co/NCw46Qel3S

PublicPolicyPolling
4 months ago:   Sunday Sep 16 - 10:19am
Well we haven’t done a single poll for the uncompetitive race of New York Governor so that might be part of it https://t.co/p5EHqPKgMq

PublicPolicyPolling
4 months ago:   Thursday Sep 13 - 9:03pm
in kansas https://t.co/FtBd00vFRR

PublicPolicyPolling
4 months ago:   Wednesday Sep 12 - 4:33pm
I don't know who Dave is but I think these are my new favorite Senate ratings https://t.co/pswyO6HWOm

PublicPolicyPolling
4 months ago:   Monday Sep 10 - 8:04am
@NickyWoolf Here’s Maine: https://t.co/JXNt3zl5TR we haven’t done Alaska

PublicPolicyPolling
4 months ago:   Friday Sep 7 - 2:43pm
RT @DKElections: PPP (D) #WIgov poll finds Democrat Tony Evers beating Republican Gov. Scott Walker by 49-45 https://t.co/jEAeNoaaPg

PublicPolicyPolling
4 months ago:   Wednesday Sep 5 - 2:33pm
RT @Robillard: David Garcia internal poll of #AZGov, conducted by @ppppolls Democrat David Garcia 43% GOP Gov. Doug Ducey 44% Trump approval at 44%, disapproval at 50% https://t.co/NJVeI0yEVn


Link to Image

PublicPolicyPolling
4 months ago:   Tuesday Sep 4 - 11:20pm
RT @Politics_Polls: Trump Job Approval: Approve 41% Disapprove 56% @ppppolls/@LawWorksAction 8/27-28 https://t.co/4AgBhkeXhw

PublicPolicyPolling
4 months ago:   Tuesday Sep 4 - 2:32pm
New Q poll very similar to our numbers last week in FL-Gov https://t.co/3BQSS2g8am

PublicPolicyPolling
4 months ago:   Saturday Sep 1 - 10:57am
RT @LawWorksAction: According to the latest @ppppolls, 71% of Independents believe that a President who breaks the law or obstructs an investigation should be indicted while in office. https://t.co/hX1vxEkH1e https://t.co/S19nL0IbRS


Link to Image