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PublicPolicyPolling
9 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 2:36pm
RT @DKElections: NEW poll of #VA05 for @314action from @PPPPolls: Cameron Webb (D): 46 Bob Good (R): 43 50-47 Trump Field dates: 10/21-22 Sample: 910 voters https://t.co/LvyZGsgIUz

PublicPolicyPolling
1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 6:40pm
RT @American_Bridge: We worked with @ppppolls to ask voters in #Pennsylvania and #Michigan who they trust for accurate info on #coronavirus. The results? They trust Dr. Fauci more than Donald Trump. PA: Fauci 56%, Trump 30% MI: Fauci 61%, Trump 27% More ➡️ https://t.co/oHuueCadJ2 #Election2020 https://t.co/JEo44QEQVp


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PublicPolicyPolling
1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 4:12pm
RT @shripal734: Trump loses the "who do you trust" question to Fauci by 26% in PA, 34% in MI. Might not the smartest move for President "very good brain" to try and pick this fight. Also Biden up 5 in PA, 7 in MI, and Peters up 9 in #misen. More from us & @ppppolls --> https://t.co/eFU1NVZGUk

PublicPolicyPolling
1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 3:22pm
RT @American_Bridge: In the Michigan Senate race, @GaryPeters leads @JohnJamesMI by 9 points: Gary Peters 52% John James 43% @ppppolls #MISen #Election2020

PublicPolicyPolling
1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 3:22pm
RT @American_Bridge: Our poll also shows that @JoeBiden continues to have strong leads in both of these critical states. Pennsylvania: Joe Biden 51% Donald Trump 46% Michigan: Joe Biden 50% Donald Trump 43% @ppppolls #Election2020

PublicPolicyPolling
1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 3:22pm
RT @American_Bridge: 🚨New poll from @American_Bridge x @pppolls🚨 Who do Pennsylvanians and Michiganders trust more to tell them the truth about #coronavirus, Donald Trump or Dr. Fauci? Pennsylvania: Dr. Fauci 56% Trump 30% Michigan: Dr. Fauci 61% Trump 27% #Election2020

PublicPolicyPolling
2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 1:40pm
RT @woodhouseb: Health care could be the deciding issue in Kansas Senate race: https://t.co/wkMzRpjbjJ

PublicPolicyPolling
2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 1:40pm
RT @ProtectOurCare: According to our latest @ppppolls survey, 90% of Kansas voters — including 58% of Republican and independent voters — say health care is an important issue when deciding who to vote for in the #KSSEN race. https://t.co/aLR63RZy42 #ProtectOurCare

PublicPolicyPolling
3 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 20 - 9:43am
RT @NCPolicyWatch: Don't miss Thursday's Crucial Conversation: Forecasting the 2020 election with Tom Jensen of Public Policy Polling | The Progressive Pulse https://t.co/rmP9mvqfsb #ncga #ncsen #ncpol #ncgov @ppppolls #vote2020

PublicPolicyPolling
4 days ago:   Monday Oct 19 - 5:07pm
We are doing a ton of legislative polling across the country and there are a lot of districts where Biden is winning by 6 and a GOP incumbent legislator is up 41-39. Your support can help turn 2 point deficits into 2 point wins in these races that are comparatively under funded

PublicPolicyPolling
4 days ago:   Monday Oct 19 - 5:06pm
If you're looking for a way to influence the election in the last 15 days we suggest supporting the @DLCC Because of their great work a lot of legislative chambers in big states are on the verge of flipping. Big implications for the next decade: https://t.co/GmnQyudA2O

PublicPolicyPolling
4 days ago:   Monday Oct 19 - 3:07pm
RT @nwprogressive: New on NPI's Cascadia Advocate: Three out of five Washingtonians surveyed are voting for @JoeBiden, NPI poll conducted by @ppppolls finds | @Politics_Polls #waleg #waelex https://t.co/nVHusXbTKY https://t.co/ZPYmU6i2WS


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PublicPolicyPolling
4 days ago:   Monday Oct 19 - 12:04pm
We are doing an online briefing on what we're finding in our polls in North Carolina and beyond for @NCPolicyWatch Thursday at noon. Details here if you would like to 'attend' https://t.co/nfyIhPQakS

PublicPolicyPolling
4 days ago:   Monday Oct 19 - 11:10am
RT @ProgressIowa: .@sinovic: “They need to stop this Supreme Court nomination process in its tracks, and put their attention where it’s needed, on the Iowa families who desperately need their help.” #iagov #iasen #SaveSCOTUS @ppppolls https://t.co/d7ITheEuNo

PublicPolicyPolling
4 days ago:   Monday Oct 19 - 8:02am
We have done about 30 public and private statewide polls in NC this year and Trump has trailed, if modestly, in every single one of them. Amazing if they thought it was ‘safe’ until ‘a few weeks ago’ https://t.co/aN8ekE5som

PublicPolicyPolling
5 days ago:   Sunday Oct 18 - 9:27pm
This 53-39 spread is exactly what we had Gardner trailing a generic Democrat by...in the summer of 2017. Shows how the ACA repeal effort doomed a lot of Republicans in Congress from the moment they did it with no recovery https://t.co/CWKjeC8SyJ

PublicPolicyPolling
5 days ago:   Sunday Oct 18 - 3:19pm
Not only is Hegar within 3 points of Cornyn, she LEADS among voters who have heard of her. What’s aiding Cornyn is a 15 point name recognition advantage that could be erased in the final stretch: https://t.co/L5j9GEDFhs https://t.co/Luv9RrP7cd

PublicPolicyPolling
5 days ago:   Sunday Oct 18 - 3:15pm
Biden had a 35 point lead in Scranton even before his continued uptick over the last few weeks. Voters there are proud of him. Why did we do a poll in Scranton? Because of he said she said articles like this when you could just have data: https://t.co/vHIjmxu6rq https://t.co/V6vE95IWOX

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Friday Oct 16 - 9:16am
RT @evanasmith: .@ppppolls: @johncornyn 49, @mjhegar 46. Over three PPP polls this year, Cornyn lead has shrunk from 7 to 3 https://t.co/pEzQe6FTxE #txsen @tx2020

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Friday Oct 16 - 9:16am
RT @dana_balter: A brand new @ppppolls poll shows our campaign leading John Katko by 2 points! Chip in right now to send a message that #NY24 is ready for a leader who will fight for central and western New Yorkers, not corporate special interests: https://t.co/d4TDywkNNl https://t.co/zdzrqL7NYs https://t.co/zeBe7FBu1c


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PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Friday Oct 16 - 9:12am
This is our third Texas Senate poll. It's gone from a 7 point Cornyn lead to 4 points to 3 points. Similar trajectory to the 2018 Texas race except Hegar has now reached the point where that one ended, with 19 days left to try to close the remaining gap: https://t.co/L5j9GEDFhs

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Friday Oct 16 - 9:11am
Hegar is running close to Cornyn even though Cornyn still has a 15 point name recognition advantage on her. Among voters who are actually familiar with Hegar, she leads 51-48, suggesting she could continue to gain as she becomes better known: https://t.co/L5j9GEDFhs

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Friday Oct 16 - 9:10am
Our new Texas Senate poll finds a close race, with John Cornyn leading MJ Hegar by 3. Hegar is offsetting the state's GOP lean thanks to a 55-34 advantage with independents: https://t.co/L5j9GEDFhs

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 15 - 8:04pm
RT @realspencergray: NEW @ppppolls (B) NY-24 poll October 13-14 (DEM SPONSORED): Balter (D): 45% (+2) Katko (R): 43% Biden 54%/Trump 41% (+13) (Clinton won district 49/45 in 2016) MOE +/- 3.5%

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 13 - 11:23am
March 5th: https://t.co/6eLUqIjVNO

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 13 - 10:11am
RT @CEP_Observer: #pa01 New @ppppolls of #pa01 shows Biden up 55 - 42 in most competitive of Philadelphia suburban counties. This is a Hugh tide that Brian Fitzpatrick has to navigate. Poll also shows he's down by 1, so basically a toss-up right now.

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 13 - 10:08am
61% of voters say they would be more likely to vote for a Senator who voted to rein in the power of big tech companies, with thirty six percent saying they would be much more likely, and only 11% saying they would be less likely to vote for them: https://t.co/74ai8INx4j

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 13 - 10:08am
A total of 84% of voters agree that big tech companies should be reined in, with 53% strongly agreeing and 31% somewhat agreeing, with 7% who say they somewhat disagree and only 2% strongly disagreeing: https://t.co/74ai8INx4j

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 13 - 10:07am
Our new Senate Battleground poll for @AFVhq shows that large majorities of voters want the government to act now to rein in the power of big tech companies: https://t.co/74ai8INx4j

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Monday Oct 12 - 5:04pm
remember when we put out a poll last monday showing cal cunningham was still winning and republicans lost their minds attacking us

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Monday Oct 12 - 8:38am
Trump leads 52-46 in Montana. He'll likely win the state but his position is considerably weaker than in 2016 when he won the state by 20 points: https://t.co/hlUdQor87C

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Monday Oct 12 - 8:37am
Bullock is keeping it close in the Republican leaning state because he leads 49-44% with independents and is getting 11% of the GOP vote: https://t.co/hlUdQor87C

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Monday Oct 12 - 8:36am
Our new Montana Senate poll finds the race about as evenly matched as it could be- Bullock 48, Daines 48 Bullock approval as Governor: 48/44 Daines approval as Senator: 47/43 https://t.co/hlUdQor87C

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Sunday Oct 11 - 2:29pm
Our new poll of Arizona's 23rd Legislative District finds Democrat Eric Kurland @kurland23 well positioned. He's in second place (2 win) leading his next closest opponent by 6 points. Win in Trump +13 district may help Dems take AZ House: https://t.co/t37L3bCx7J

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Saturday Oct 10 - 3:06pm
RT @mayatcontreras: New @ppppolls today! WOW!!!! So far, so much enthusiasm for Warnock on my calls! Warnock 41% Loeffler24% Collins 22% Lieberman 3% https://t.co/QNlXbvXlK2

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Saturday Oct 10 - 9:08am
RT @notcapnamerica: 🚨 NEW: Georgia polling from @ppppolls: Ossoff 44 Perdue 43 Hazel 4 Warnock 41 Loeffler 24 Collins 22 Lieberman 3 Biden 47 Trump 46 https://t.co/HM97IojCAy


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PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Saturday Oct 10 - 8:21am
There's a big generational gap that shows the political future of Georgia- Biden is up 19 with voters under 45 and 4 with voters between 46-65. It's only even close because Trump is up 25 with seniors. GA will be competitive for Dems moving forward: https://t.co/YcEbbJas7S

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Saturday Oct 10 - 8:19am
Joe Biden gets 47% in Georgia to 46% for Donald Trump. The 46% for Trump also matches his approval rating, with 50% disapproving of him: https://t.co/YcEbbJas7S

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Saturday Oct 10 - 8:18am
Warnock has a +17 net favorability rating at 43/26. By contrast Loeffler's approval is 31/42 and Collins' favorability rating is 32/36: https://t.co/YcEbbJas7S

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Saturday Oct 10 - 8:18am
Our new Georgia poll suggests we're headed for 2 Senate runoffs in January- Ossoff 44, Perdue 43, Hazel 4 Warnock 41, Loeffler 24, Collins 22, Lieberman 3: https://t.co/YcEbbJas7S

PublicPolicyPolling
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 8 - 3:46pm
RT @EngelsAngle: NEW: @ppppolls for @TexasDemocrats has Democratic nominee Joe Biden +1 over President Trump in Texas- 49-48. 50% of respondents "lean" Biden. (721 LV/Oct. 7-8/MOE 3.6%/50% automated landline, 50% text) @KXAN_News #txlege

PublicPolicyPolling
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 7 - 11:09am
RT @NMreport: Luján leads Ronchetti by 10 points in open U.S. Senate race, @ppppolls finds in poll commissioned by NM Political Report. https://t.co/oN83Grr5SC

PublicPolicyPolling
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 7 - 8:34am
RT @BrettLoGiurato: .@ppppolls says it's done 66 legislative polls in battleground states, and they're all pointing in the same direction. “This time almost every single one of those polls is reinforcing to me the feeling that the state of the Presidential race is fine.” https://t.co/a0FXQq537h

PublicPolicyPolling
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 6 - 4:33pm
47-42 lead for Cunningham nearly identical to what we had yesterday and this poll includes 4 days of field period post-texts revelation. https://t.co/SFwMr3kHC3

PublicPolicyPolling
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 6 - 7:22am
RT @NMreport: Biden leads Trump by 14 points in NM https://t.co/UlJLC6ZKJE #nmpol

PublicPolicyPolling
2 weeks ago:   Monday Oct 5 - 1:58pm
Roy Cooper leads Dan Forest 52-40. Cooper had a 49/38 favorability. Voters don't like Dan Forest who is at 36/39. Could be because 63% of North Carolinians are 'very concerned' about the coronavirus: https://t.co/4hQa3881DF

PublicPolicyPolling
2 weeks ago:   Monday Oct 5 - 1:56pm
Joe Biden leads 50-46 in North Carolina, including 52-41 with independents. Only 6% of voters who watched the debate say it changed their mind about who to vote for. But Biden's winning that group 74-24, further tipping the state into his column: https://t.co/4hQa3881DF

PublicPolicyPolling
2 weeks ago:   Monday Oct 5 - 1:54pm
Trump voters say they're less likely to vote for Cunningham because of this. But among everyone else, 80% say it doesn't make a difference to them and only 12% say it makes them less likely to vote for him: https://t.co/4hQa3881DF

PublicPolicyPolling
2 weeks ago:   Monday Oct 5 - 1:53pm
58% of voters heard about the Cunningham story over the weekend, and 58% say it doesn't affect their vote. Among independent voters, 69% heard about the story. And Cunningham leads 53-34 with them anyway: https://t.co/4hQa3881DF

PublicPolicyPolling
2 weeks ago:   Monday Oct 5 - 1:51pm
The news over the weekend did take a bit of a toll on Cunningham's favorability rating, which is now 37/39. But Tillis' is far worse at 31/54: https://t.co/4hQa3881DF

PublicPolicyPolling
2 weeks ago:   Monday Oct 5 - 1:50pm
Our new North Carolina poll finds Cal Cunningham leading Thom Tillis 48-42, actually an improvement from our last public poll in July which had the race at 48-44: https://t.co/4hQa3881DF

PublicPolicyPolling
2 weeks ago:   Sunday Oct 4 - 1:14pm
We've done about 70 private polls this week and a very noticeable trend we're seeing especially the last few days is that where before Biden was maybe getting 6-8% of 2016 Trump voters, that's pretty consistently starting to be more like 10-12%

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 2 - 2:40pm
RT @realspencergray: NEW @ppppolls (B) Michigan poll September 30-October 1 (DEM SPONSORED): Biden 50% (+6) Trump 44% Jorgensen 2% Hawkins 1% Peters 48% (+7) James 41% Squier 3% MOE +/- ~3.5%

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 1 - 1:35pm
RT @ClimatePower: 🚨 According to a new poll from @PPPPolls, a majority of voters favor @JoeBiden's climate plans over Trump's climate denial by a *27 point margin.* It's official: The politics of climate are changing in battleground states—our leaders must take note. https://t.co/AivPPRvOhd

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 1 - 9:35am
We find the Presidential race tied in AZ CD 6, which Trump won by 10 points last time. And the House race is a toss up https://t.co/fR0ej6xiwx

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 30 - 3:42pm
@JohnFromDM It’s real!

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Sep 29 - 6:28pm
RT @BrettLoGiurato: I had fun with this piece, which also has some good insights from @ppppolls, @SeanMcElwee, and @williamjordann. https://t.co/EwGRdLIukq

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Monday Sep 28 - 1:45pm
RT @evanasmith: INBOX: On eve of first debate, @ppppolls poll commissioned by @texasdemocrats shows @realdonaldtrump @joebiden in a dead heat in Texas: 48-48 https://t.co/xg6zLsU47P #rtxlege #tx2020

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Monday Sep 28 - 8:06am
RT @beardedcrank: For reference, PPP had Cruz up 3 in Sept 2018. He went on to win by 2.6. https://t.co/pEUo0bOzCE

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Monday Sep 28 - 7:28am
RT @EngelsAngle: NEW: Statewide poll from @texasdemocrats/@ppppolls finds President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden tied in Texas ahead of first debate, 48-48. (612 LV/MOE 3.6%. Sept. 25-26) @KXAN_News #txlege

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Sep 22 - 5:32pm
RT @DKElections: #NJ02 Public Policy Polling (D) for House Majority PAC: Amy Kennedy (D): 48, Jeff Van Drew (R-inc): 43 (50-46 Biden) https://t.co/hghcKiX1SO https://t.co/XLCZRf89iY


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PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Sep 22 - 11:49am
RT @ClimatePower: NEW POLL: @ClimatePower and @ppppolls found climate is a priority for the majority of 2020 battleground state voters and swing voters widely reject Trump’s science denial. Read more from @rebleber: https://t.co/AivPPRecSD

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Sep 22 - 11:20am
RT @rebleber: climate denial is and will always be a top vulnerability for Trump. a new battleground state poll shows voters align with Biden's views over Trump on climate by a *27 point margin* https://t.co/uVkSMsfrpA from @ppppolls / @ClimatePower

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Monday Sep 21 - 6:00pm
Last month we found Biden leading Trump 70-26 in Charlotte and that voters there wished Trump would stay away for the rest of the election but no luck for them on that front apparently: https://t.co/0dlsiAhgGI https://t.co/6bQzs3ib25

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Saturday Sep 19 - 1:45pm
@Radlein We would include your response if you’d made it that far! Hope that your time wasn’t wasted

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 17 - 11:46am
RT @jacobfhsmith: .@ppppolls for Progress Ohio polled a bunch of state house races. Looking at pres numbers, on average Biden's margin over Trump is 8.6 percentage points better than HRC's vs. Trump (Trump won OH by 8.1). (State house pres margins from @DKElections.) https://t.co/SJg4vWEXHQ https://t.co/JuQfcvbBh2


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PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 17 - 11:40am
RT @ProgressOhio: New @ppppolls show Democrats surging state House districts across Ohio. Even in gerrymandered districts they’ve drawn for themselves, Ohio Republicans can’t outrun the stink of their corruption with FirstEnergy and Larry Householder. https://t.co/k4aP4uyYUR

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 10 - 7:20am
RT @saminglot: It's not just this poll either. Months of @ppppolls show Whitmer with strong support: https://t.co/8H9um3lE7W https://t.co/kMXFM9bShY

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Sep 9 - 6:56pm
RT @JesseLehrich: .@ppppolls has Biden & Trump tied in #TX31, a district Trump won by 13 points & Romney by 21. Austin suburbs evidently haven't heard Biden plans to abolish 'em https://t.co/8WbSww5Fuq

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Sep 9 - 4:23pm
@kinsonJoseph We use a variety of ways of reaching people to conduct our polls, and that is one of them!

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Sep 9 - 3:27pm
RT @libmeyer: New from @GiffordsCourage & @ppppolls: 79% of Iowa voters say they support background checks on all gun sales, and only 19% think Sen. Joni Ernst believes the same. https://t.co/Ap0KxgTHYz

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Sep 9 - 1:05pm
@mmwuest All of the polling we’ve been doing in West Virginia this year has been for private clients rather than public release. Thank you for participating!

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Sep 8 - 7:04pm
good question https://t.co/UDW0a8yAKZ

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Sep 8 - 6:02pm
RT @evanasmith: New @ppppolls poll in Texas: @realDonaldTrump 48 @joebiden 47 @JohnCornyn 44 @mjhegar 40 https://t.co/T2CxB208Um #txlege #txsen #tx2020

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Friday Sep 4 - 9:35pm
We are the most over pooling and under Pauling pollster of them all! https://t.co/DGg4TDoK5n

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Friday Sep 4 - 4:03pm
Our new Minnesota poll finds Joe Biden leading 52-44 and Tina Smith leading 49-41, pretty much unchanged from our last poll of the state in July: https://t.co/Ory7XDdDxk

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 3 - 9:57am
RT @theJackVaughan: Reminder: AK-SEN is a realistic target for Democrats Our crowdfunded poll with @ppppolls had Al Gross down 5% in July—now they show the race tied https://t.co/9iHxWS49gx

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Sep 2 - 3:39pm
RT @fairfightaction: Two independent pollsters, @ppppolls (Biden +1) and @MorningConsult (Biden +3), released polls this week showing what every political observer knows to be true: Georgia is a battleground state. #gapol https://t.co/i0s5Xm7LNn

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Monday Aug 31 - 12:57pm
RT @Politidope: BREAKING via @ppppolls 🚨: "Joe Biden leads Donald Trump 47-46 - thanks to a 26 point advantage with independents at 56-30." ... in Georgia! https://t.co/TKUQm9B7zc https://t.co/BwuN38P90Y


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PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Monday Aug 31 - 12:12pm
RT @NilesGApol: #gapol: New poll from @ppppolls, conducted on behalf of @staceyabrams' voting rights group @fairfightaction, finds a close presidential race in Georgia... Biden: 47% Trump: 46% https://t.co/ym5wg6SrLb

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Monday Aug 31 - 12:12pm
thx for warning us deana https://t.co/mFij1vN1zQ

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Monday Aug 31 - 12:11pm
Georgians are pretty closely divided three ways about their planned mode of voting this fall- 35% early in person (Trump 53-45), 30% by mail (Biden 72-17), 27% in person on election day (Trump 75-20): https://t.co/qAow9yda1K

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Monday Aug 31 - 12:09pm
42% of Georgians agree with Kemp decision to allow schools to open, to 48% who disagree. 70% think that masks should be required if schools are going to be open, to just 23% who disagree. 66% support for requiring masks in public more broadly too: https://t.co/qAow9yda1K

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Monday Aug 31 - 12:06pm
Brian Kemp is unpopular- only 40% of voters approve of the job he's doing to 49% who disapprove. 58% of voters in the state think he deserves most or some of the blame for the coronavirus situation in the state: https://t.co/qAow9yda1K

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Monday Aug 31 - 12:05pm
The generational split in Georgia is making the state increasingly more winnable for Democrats. Seniors support Trump 56-41, but Biden is up 50-46 with voters between 46 and 65 and 49-40 with those under 45: https://t.co/qAow9yda1K

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Monday Aug 31 - 12:04pm
Our latest Georgia poll with @fairfightaction finds Joe Biden ahead 47-46 in the state, thanks to a 56-30 advantage with independents. 46% of Georgians approve of the job Donald Trump is doing, to 52% who disapprove: https://t.co/qAow9yda1K

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Sunday Aug 30 - 1:28pm
Our Charlotte poll this week found that Mayor Pat is the city’s most unpopular Mayor this century btw, not even a particularly relevant figure in his own city anymore: https://t.co/0dlsiAhgGI https://t.co/ewtj8l1puL

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 26 - 6:29pm
RT @bnuckels: Donald Trump has a huge problem with Independent voters across the country. New @ppppolls shows Trump's image in Milwaukee is underwater by -47% with Independents; Biden's image is +18 with Independents. https://t.co/ZtQ9mNAAjC


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PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 26 - 4:44pm
RT @ThisAlexTin: Survey from @NARAL/@ppppolls says 54% of Arizonans who supported @realDonaldTrump in 2016 "support reproductive freedom and access to abortion" #AZpol https://t.co/Gjs02v9hvK https://t.co/vUrpF0MA8x


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PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 26 - 2:25pm
RT @DKElections: #COSEN: @ppppolls for Giffords Courage (pro-Hickenlooper): John Hickenlooper (D) 51, Cory Gardner (R-inc) 42. This is the first poll we've seen here in nearly a month https://t.co/gh590fJJFo

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 26 - 8:16am
This concludes our series of convention polls with unusual angles, we hope you enjoyed them, and if you hated them that's fine too we don't really care have a blessed day

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 26 - 8:15am
Especially impressed by @RepGwenMoore numbers in the city of Milwaukee- 60% approve, 17% disapprove. It's unusual for a member of the House to be both that well known and that well liked. Clearly someone who has worked hard and is beloved by her constituents for it

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 26 - 8:14am
Milwaukee likes its leaders- Tony Evers, 62/19 approval Tom Barrett, 53/26 approval David Crowley, 42/13 approval https://t.co/0dlsiAhgGI

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 26 - 8:13am
Charlotte full term Mayors of the 21st Century ranked by net favorability: Vi Lyles +26 Anthony Foxx +16 Jennifer Roberts +5 Pat McCrory -13 https://t.co/0dlsiAhgGI

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 26 - 8:11am
Joe Biden leads Donald Trump 78-16 in Milwaukee and 70-26 in Charlotte. In the North Carolina Governor's race Roy Cooper leads Dan Forest 69-25 in Charlotte: https://t.co/0dlsiAhgGI

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 26 - 8:10am
80% of Milwaukee voters hope to host the 2024 Democratic convention as a makeup for this year, only 12% don't want to. Just 35% of Charlotte voters want to host the 2024 GOP convention, 48% don't want to: https://t.co/0dlsiAhgGI

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1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 26 - 8:09am
58% of voters in CLT are glad most of GOP convention had to be canceled, just 32% wish it could have been held as planned. Only 30% of voters in Milwaukee are glad most of Dem convention had to be canceled, 53% wish it could have been held as planned: https://t.co/0dlsiAhgGI

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 26 - 8:07am
Only 27% of Charlotte voters wish Trump could have given his convention speech there, 55% are glad he has to give it in DC. 58% of Milwaukee voters wish Biden could have given his convention speech there, just 22% glad he had to give it from Delaware: https://t.co/0dlsiAhgGI

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 26 - 8:06am
For today we polled the convention cities. Charlotte is glad their convention got canceled, doesn't want Trump coming back to town, and doesn't want to host the GOP in 2024. Milwaukee is sad its convention got canceled, wishes Biden could've come, and wants another shot in 2024

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Aug 25 - 3:40pm
RT @byKateSmith: NEW polling data on abortion: - 73% of voters in battleground states -- Arizona, Iowa, Michigan, and North Carolina -- believe abortion should be legal, per new report from @NARAL & Public Policy Polling, a Dem. polling firm More findings...