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

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

PublicPolicyPolling
4 hours 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
2 days 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
1 week 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
1 week 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
1 week 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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PublicPolicyPolling
1 week 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
1 week 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
1 week 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
1 week 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
1 week 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
1 week 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

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 12 - 1:53pm
RT @ProtectOurCare: [NEW POLL] A new @ppppolls survey finds that health care is a key issue for the majority of voters in 2020 battleground states and that @realDonaldTrump’s health care record is a major liability for him with voters, including independents and Republicans. https://t.co/DS2T2v9I4M

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 12 - 1:53pm
RT @JesseFFerguson: NEW POLL From @ppppolls - 2020 battleground states (AZ, FL, PA, MI, WI & TX) 1. By 21 pts (55-34), voters oppose Trump's lawsuit to strike down health care 2. 69% say health care is a top issue (extremely/very). https://t.co/Cq4cn4JlSz https://t.co/edYRRWkBln


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PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Sep 10 - 10:34pm
It's always better to win than lose and in that sense Democrats will understandably be disappointed tonight. But big picture, things are on track for a good 2020. Activists just need to keep pounding and better days will come .

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Sep 10 - 10:34pm
Our generic House ballot polling is similar to where it was last cycle. The deficits we see for Trump against Democrats in places like Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin are in line with the big years Democrats had there last fall.

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Sep 10 - 10:33pm
Dan McCready lost by under a point in a Trump plus 12 district in November and he lost by a couple points in a Trump plus 12 district tonight. That's a great performance and it represents the status quo from a giant year for Dems nationally.

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Sep 10 - 10:33pm
Obviously tonight is a disappointment for Democrats but it still reinforces that fundamental fact that the political climate has not changed.

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Sep 10 - 10:33pm
One of the things people ask us most often is how things have changed since the big Democratic wins in November 2018, and the answer is...pretty much not at all! Democrats are extremely well positioned for 2020.

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Monday Sep 9 - 5:32pm
RT @AaronBlake: A PPP poll last week showed Tillis underwater with primary voters https://t.co/2RPGyisuef https://t.co/JcmMQ0VSlN

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Sunday Sep 8 - 4:48pm
@bronxinNC We have polled it for private clients, but generally those polls are not released to the public

PublicPolicyPolling
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Sep 3 - 1:29pm
A big part of why Gardner has a 30/49 approval spread is that he’s only at 51/29 even with Trump voters https://t.co/1rHf3N91rP

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Aug 28 - 10:55am
We wrote last month about how our polling shows Georgia could be a big opportunity for Democrats in 2020 and beyond: https://t.co/YSC86rHwv6

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Saturday Aug 24 - 1:43pm
Our last North Carolina poll found Roy Cooper with a net +15 approval and Trump with a net -7, including -23 with independents https://t.co/z2d9UluE4F

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Thursday Aug 22 - 8:51am
Our numbers are similar to the only other publicly released poll we've seen on this primary, which found Tillis ahead 40-30: https://t.co/6WLcDHVFd9

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Thursday Aug 22 - 8:50am
We did a new poll on the North Carolina GOP Senate primary this week and Thom Tillis leads Garland Tucker just 38-31. Tillis has an under water favorability even with GOP primary voters at 34/38. Tucker's is 28/12 with 60% having no opinion about him: https://t.co/Y2T3ZowzOf

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Aug 20 - 7:51am
And we have found that a plurality of Trump voters do think there should be a White History Month... https://t.co/pbru55p0nm

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Saturday Aug 17 - 10:45am
RT @LaurenFedor: Can Cory Booker break through? My piece from Iowa on the momentum behind his campaign, feat. @AndraGillespie @ppppolls @kharyp @ThirdWayMattB https://t.co/RAfBWBAggo via @financialtimes

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Thursday Aug 15 - 6:25pm
In August 2015 we had Clinton leading Trump 46/44 nationally, and that 2 point margin is what she won by 15 months later https://t.co/cD3qW3ESw5

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Thursday Aug 15 - 6:19pm
Trump at 38-39% against all Dems here. We’ve done 2 big public national polls this year, Trump was at 40-42% against all Dems in one of them, at 41-42% against all Dems in the other. All the leading Democrats are electable in this political climate. Vote for who you like best https://t.co/5jYTV4xqxZ

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 14 - 10:22am
We also found Roy Cooper with a 48% approval rating to 33% who disapprove. Key for him is that even 29% of Republicans approve of the job he's doing: https://t.co/y6XZ0oNwph

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 14 - 10:21am
Our new North Carolina poll finds Donald Trump at 45% approval in the state, with 52% disapproving. 36/59 spread with independents: https://t.co/y6XZ0oNwph

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Aug 13 - 5:56pm
RT @bnuckels: New @ppppolls shows Hickenlooper with a 13% lead over Gardner in hypothetical Senate matchup. The path for Dems to take back the senate - and sending Mitch McConnell packing - runs through states like Colorado. https://t.co/RYlyvRVCnD

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Aug 13 - 10:37am
RT @314action: @Hickenlooper @CoryGardner @senatemajldr Need more proof @Hickenlooper has the best shot at taking down @CoryGardner? We JUST got these poll results in! Tell Hick to run >>> https://t.co/3hgvcv2NOZ #COSen https://t.co/IhCGg45KSL


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PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Saturday Aug 10 - 6:54pm
We found on the national poll we did this week that Cory was actually 4th among the Democrats in net favorability, behind only Biden, Sanders, and Warren. That gives him a lot of potential to move up in the horse race as the contest moves along https://t.co/SmGiprwRwi

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Friday Aug 9 - 11:48am
RT @DKElections: New from @ppppolls for @progressnow: "Tulsi Gabbard is polling at 9% among the segment of Democratic primary voters who approve of the job Donald Trump is doing, and at less than half a percent among those who disapprove of him." #HI02 https://t.co/p0bSluyo6I

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Thursday Aug 8 - 1:38pm
RT @DKElections: From @ppppolls in 2010: "Former Governor Rod Blagojevich is almost unanimously reviled, with an 8-83 mark, now taking his place as the most hated person PPP has ever polled in his home state" https://t.co/Felw86QTKP

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 7 - 11:31am
RT @EvanDonovan: And it's one gun control issue almost ALL Americans support on BOTH sides. 96% of Americans supported background checks for all gun purchases in a recent @GallupNews poll. 83% of *gun owners* supported them in a recent @ppppolls. https://t.co/qYS7vToOOW https://t.co/XISe1TzsSr

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 7 - 9:01am
We found 56-26 support for Medicaid Expansion in Mississippi last month, it gives Democrats a real opening in the Governor’s race against a Republican who opposes it https://t.co/oJnQLAK3BI

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Friday Aug 2 - 12:43pm
In addition to being the right thing this is also good politics. 80% of North Carolinians support outlawing conversion therapy: https://t.co/hcgmvKcQMB https://t.co/RJoQB2tZZh

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Jul 31 - 2:21pm
RT @LawWorksAction: [NEW POLL] According to our new @ppppolls poll, a majority of American voters (56%) believe the #MuellerReport was fair and unbiased and a majority (52%) of voters also do NOT believe the Mueller report exonerated @realDonaldTrump. https://t.co/hI07xe8Zmi

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Friday Jul 26 - 1:23pm
RT @mburns2009: Public Policy Polling shows 86% of Iowans, including 83% of Iowa Republicans and 81% of Iowans who voted for President Trump, would support legislation that would allow Medicare to negotiate prescription prices with drug companies. @ppppolls #Medicare https://t.co/iaEEYnGiqr

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Friday Jul 26 - 1:23pm
RT @emilysamsel: "A new poll shows 75% of likely MI voters believe it’s important for a candidate to commit to a strong investment to water infrastructure" @MichiganLCV @ppppolls @LCVoters #OurWater https://t.co/mn7fEhggn0

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Friday Jul 26 - 11:41am
We have seen similarly close numbers on this primary in our private polling. At least for now it’s a legitimate race https://t.co/jXrXMEKVIo

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Friday Jul 26 - 11:22am
RT @leestorrow: ICYMI: Survey data on #HIV policy from seven southern states, including NC, released at #IAS2019! https://t.co/5PEBaCZGg2

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Thursday Jul 25 - 1:31pm
RT @emilysamsel: NEW @ppppolls ahead of Detroit Democratic Debate: 77% of Michigan voters believe climate issues are important; 75% want to see strong investment in MI clean water https://t.co/2T7Q5DiqDm

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Thursday Jul 25 - 9:17am
Press release here: https://t.co/LV0vg5zd4U Full results here: https://t.co/5wfM23vyFf

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Thursday Jul 25 - 9:17am
We polled on Medicaid Expansion in a bunch of Southern states last week and found majority support everywhere: 60/26 in Georgia 58/26 in North Carolina 57/31 in Louisiana 56/26 in Mississippi 54/28 in Tennessee 53/30 in South Carolina 51/29 in Alabama

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Jul 24 - 6:51pm
RT @leestorrow: Check out this new data on public opinion on HIV policy in the south. Released today with @LatinoDeepSouth at #IAS2019! Poll by @ppppolls. https://t.co/5PEBaCZGg2

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Jul 24 - 2:41pm
RT @ProtectOurCare: "A new poll from @ppppolls shows that 86% of Iowans, including 83% of Iowa Republicans and 81% of Iowans who voted for @realDonaldTrump, would support legislation that would allow Medicare to negotiate prescription prices with drug companies." https://t.co/zU14YHVmmY #IApolitics

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Tuesday Jul 23 - 1:24pm
RT @ProtectOurCare: A NEW @ppppolls survey in Iowa (home state of @ChuckGrassley) finds that an overwhelming majority (86%) of IA voters support legislation to allow #Medicare to negotiate w/drug companies to get lower prices for prescription drugs for consumers. https://t.co/E4itATpJUe #IApolitics

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 11:58am
RT @AlexClearfield: In a hypothetical Senate primary poll Hickenlooper absolutely crushes the field. He takes 44%, with Andrew Romanoff in second at 12%. Hickenlooper at 63-18 favorability. #COSEN

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 11:58am
RT @AlexClearfield: A 2020 scoop: got my hands on (I think) the first poll of the Colorado Super Tuesday primary, conducted by PPP for a progressive group from 7/12-14. Biden 22%, Sanders 19%, Warren 15%. Coloradans John Hickenlooper and Michael Bennet at 7% and 5%. More: https://t.co/Me8wL3ch4W

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 10:52am
RT @natemcdermott: Bad numbers coming out of the south today for Trump from @ppppolls. Trump trails the ever so beguiling "Generic Democrat" 50% to 46% in Georgia and 49% to 44% in North Carolina https://t.co/upbrlSkKcy

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 10:51am
Michigan/Pennsylvania/Wisconsin certainly is the most straightforward path to 270 electoral votes for Democrats next year. But these new Southern polls and broader trends show it's not the only path: https://t.co/YSC86rHwv6

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 10:49am
Even though Florida's premier election went to the GOP 4 of the last 5 cycles, worth remembering it was by just 1 point each time and it doesn't take much to turn that into a 1 point outcome in the other direction: https://t.co/YSC86rHwv6

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 10:48am
North Carolina was the second closest state in the country for President in both 2008 (behind Missouri) and in 2012 (behind Florida) and Democrats swept the statewide races there in 2018: https://t.co/YSC86rHwv6

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 10:47am
In 2008 Georgia voted 12 points more Republican for President than the country as a whole. In 2016 that gap was down to 7 points, and of course the Governor's race last year was decided by a point: https://t.co/YSC86rHwv6

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 10:44am
Diversifying electorate in Georgia also a huge factor in making it more competitive. Trump has a 69-27 advantage with white voters...but is down 84-12 with nonwhite voters, who are growing in their share of the electorate: https://t.co/YSC86rHwv6

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 10:42am
There's a huge generational divide moving Georgia closer to swing state status. Trump trails a generic Dem 64-24 among voters under 30, 59-33 among voters under 45, and 52-43 among voters under 65. Older voters only thing keeping state red: https://t.co/YSC86rHwv6

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 10:40am
Trump's under water on his approval in North Carolina (46/48), Georgia (45/49), and Florida (45/50), all states he won in 2016: https://t.co/YSC86rHwv6

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 10:39am
The Midwest gets most of the attention but there's a real path to Democratic victory in the South next year too. We find Donald Trump trails a generic Democrat 50-46 in Georgia and 49-44 in North Carolina. Last month we found him down 51-44 in Florida: https://t.co/YSC86rHwv6

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Monday Jul 15 - 9:53am
Fan mail! https://t.co/KxfQ6a75PP


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PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Tuesday Jul 9 - 4:05pm
RT @MoveOn: .@mPinoe = leadership. 🔥⚽️🏆🙌🇺🇸 Also, #PayThem: https://t.co/jQD3qfCBy9 & thanks to @ppppolls for the polling data. Huge. https://t.co/1e05e06gCj


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PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Tuesday Jul 9 - 11:50am
RT @oneunderscore__: PPP polled Rapinoe vs. Trump (Rapinoe won by a point, they said), which is fun, but also came up with this interesting conclusion. https://t.co/5TAUli5tYx https://t.co/yAg1zJMvkf


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PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Tuesday Jul 9 - 11:48am
RT @BuffyWicks: Poll confirms what many of us already knew: Megan Rapinoe could beat Donald Trump anywhere, anytime, in anything. #USWNT https://t.co/NNfxTPlmay

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Tuesday Jul 9 - 10:54am
we are sorry our poll undersampled MSREDMAMA1 https://t.co/eSzcnZHRxI

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Tuesday Jul 9 - 10:41am
Trump has a 42% approval rating, to 52% of voters who disapprove of him: https://t.co/qXB4AkqmLN

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Tuesday Jul 9 - 10:41am
Rapinoe/Trump may be an unlikely match up but the results speak to something real. Trump is stuck in the low 40s against everyone. Democrats can vote for who they like instead of getting bogged down in perceptions about who is or isn't electable: https://t.co/qXB4AkqmLN

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Tuesday Jul 9 - 10:39am
The undecideds in the Rapinoe/Trump match up voted for Hillary Clinton by 58 points and give Trump an 8/82 approval spread, so she has a lot of room for growth! https://t.co/qXB4AkqmLN

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Tuesday Jul 9 - 10:37am
Trump's 41% against Rapinoe sounds pretty familiar. The last national poll where we tested 8 actual Democratic candidates against him, he got anywhere from 40-42% against all of them: https://t.co/qXB4AkqmLN

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Tuesday Jul 9 - 10:36am
By popular demand we did a Megan Rapinoe v. Donald Trump 2020 poll and she leads him 42-41: https://t.co/qXB4AkqmLN

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Monday Jul 8 - 9:47am
RT @WCHLChapelboro: A poll from @ppppolls showed that 67 percent of voters in North Carolina support legislation that protect the rights of #LGBTQ people. https://t.co/qsTV37Yz25

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Wednesday Jun 26 - 11:38pm
RT @ASlavitt: NEW POLL: In Florida, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan, voters favor Democrats by 9% over Trump. Independents favor Democrats by 23 points. https://t.co/dAXNT8H8ZE

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Wednesday Jun 26 - 4:33pm
RT @politicalwire: Trump Vulnerable on Health Care In Key States https://t.co/ghDo9h668w

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Wednesday Jun 26 - 10:44am
RT @JenGranholm: Attn: @MichiganDems @FlaDems @PADems @WisDems @TheDemocrats 'Poll finds Trump vulnerable on health care in battleground states' https://t.co/dYucPJWCFX @realDonaldTrump

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Wednesday Jun 26 - 10:44am
RT @JenGranholm: "voters in FL, PA, MI, and WI would not consider voting for a prezl candidate who supports policies including eliminating protections for people with pre-existing conditions, cutting funding for Medicare or letting insurance companies stop covering the costs of Rx drugs."

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Tuesday Jun 25 - 5:28pm
RT @ASlavitt: BREAKING: Trump backs allowing insurance companies to stop covering prescription drugs. New poll shows 77% of Americans consider this potentially disqualifying. https://t.co/JOPsiJDQ2r


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PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Tuesday Jun 25 - 2:34pm
RT @bnuckels: Democrats win when we campaign on healthcare. New @ppppolls show voters reject GOP and Trump proposals to: ❌Cut Medicare ❌End pre-existing condition coverage ❌Let insurance companies stop covering Rx costs https://t.co/qrHU6m3eIi


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PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Tuesday Jun 25 - 11:53am
73% of voters say they would not consider voting for a candidate who proposes $845 billion in cuts to Medicare, and 72% would not consider voting for a presidential candidate who supports plans that healthcare eliminate protections for people with preexisting conditions

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Tuesday Jun 25 - 11:52am
77% of respondents say they would not consider voting for a candidate for President who supports plans that let insurance companies stop covering the costs of prescription drugs, with only 10% saying they would consider voting for such a candidate.

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Tuesday Jun 25 - 11:52am
A majority (52%) of voters trust also trust Democrats more than President Trump on healthcare, with only 43% of voters trusting President Trump more. Among independents, 59% trust Democrats more, and only 36% of independents trust President Trump: https://t.co/tneBk9MRVG

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Tuesday Jun 25 - 11:51am
A majority of voters in these states say they would not consider voting for a presidential candidate who supports policies like eliminating protections for people with preexisting conditions, cutting funding for Medicare or letting insurance companies stop covering Rx drugs

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Tuesday Jun 25 - 11:51am
Our new poll in 4 battleground states - FL, PA, MI and WI - for @ProtectOurCare finds President Trump vulnerable on heathcare issues heading into 2020: https://t.co/tneBk9MRVG

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Tuesday Jun 25 - 11:25am
RT @michaelcfeldman: The June poll from @ppppolls for @ProtectOurCare "found voters in Florida, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin would not consider voting for a presidential candidate who supports policies like eliminating protections for people with preexisting conditions.."

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Tuesday Jun 25 - 11:24am
RT @michaelcfeldman: NEW: "A majority of voters in four major battleground states would not vote for a president who supports many of the policies being pursued by the Trump administration, according to a new poll." https://t.co/v1r3S2x65r

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Tuesday Jun 25 - 10:40am
RT @cascamike: i don’t know who needs to hear this right now, but the wealth tax is insanely popular. results here from a pccc/ppp poll in february with democratic primary voters in nh. https://t.co/RI1VguTiUi https://t.co/9iKRyjrK1P


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PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Monday Jun 24 - 8:13am
RT @PeterSchorschFL: Florida voters hold environmental issue as high priority, @LCVoters @ppppolls poll shows Via @JacobOgles https://t.co/zHrwqIfqcA #FlaPol https://t.co/pvPkBF5zAM


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PublicPolicyPolling
2 months ago:   Monday Jun 24 - 8:13am
RT @emilysamsel: *NEW* from @tampabaytimes: A poll released Friday for @FCVoters by @ppppolls found that 57 percent of all Florida voters think the environment and climate issues are important and 58 percent support a clean energy economy by 2050. #ChangetheClimate2020 https://t.co/G8WngRahen

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Friday Jun 21 - 6:42pm
RT @JesseFFerguson: @ppppolls Support for clean energy economy by 2050 (+37) Support: 58% Oppose 21% Support for restoring pollution protections (+69) Support: 80% Oppose: 11% Support for stopping donations from big oil, etc. (+38) Support: 61% Oppose: 23%

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Friday Jun 21 - 6:42pm
RT @JesseFFerguson: NEW. @ppppolls in FL (in advance of debate) Trump's Job Approval On Energy/Climate (-14) - APPROVE: 37% (24% w/ indys) - DISAPPROVE: 51% (61% with indys) How important is enviro/climate? - 57% say most/very important - 18% say not very/not at all https://t.co/ozisa8DCxE

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Friday Jun 21 - 4:04pm
RT @DKElections: PPP (D) poll of #NCsen finds former Democratic state Sen. Cal Cunningham beating Republican Sen. Thom Tillis by 41-40. Tillis sports an awful 23% approval rating with 46% disapproving https://t.co/cRhA8b4epU

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Friday Jun 21 - 2:50pm
RT @votevets: Polling is clear. A new poll from @PPPpolls, commissioned by VoteVets, shows @CalForNC will beat Thom Tillis, and pickup NC for the Democrats! https://t.co/VXf8LmhAlx


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PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Thursday Jun 20 - 1:36pm
The actual Forest campaign retweeted our poll because they liked it! https://t.co/ksNsIW3Bvk

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Thursday Jun 20 - 10:59am
67% of North Carolinians support laws that protect LGBT people against discrimination in jobs, public accommodations, and housing. Only 19% opposed. Bipartisan support- 77/12 with Democrats, 70/13 with independents, and 50/32 with Republicans: https://t.co/EFTTl7tM5D

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Thursday Jun 20 - 10:58am
RT @jmzzz: “...an evenly divided North Carolina is not a great sign for Trump given his 4 point margin of victory in the state in 2016.” @ppppolls https://t.co/qtnbDNfvU7

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Thursday Jun 20 - 10:58am
Democrats lead the generic legislative ballot in North Carolina 45-43. That suggests not much has changed from the good election for them in November. They won the statewide legislative vote by 2 points then as well: https://t.co/EFTTl7tM5D

PublicPolicyPolling
3 months ago:   Thursday Jun 20 - 10:57am
Cooper's approval rating is 40%, the General Assembly's approval rating is 25%. If voters had to choose between Cooper and GOP legislative leaders to run the state they'd pick Cooper over both Phil Berger (46-39) and Tim Moore (46-38): https://t.co/EFTTl7tM5D