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PublicPolicyPolling
1 day ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 9:42am
RT @Politics_Polls: 2020 Iowa Democratic Caucus: Biden 29% Sanders 15% Warren 8% O'Rourke 7% Klobuchar 6% Harris 5% Booker 4% @ppppolls/@StopBigMoney 3/14-15 https://t.co/COojWjuwK0

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1 day ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 9:42am
RT @Robillard: .@ppppolls survey of Iowa caucus-goers, paid for by @StopBigMoney: 64% say 2020 Democratic candidates should disavow support form Super PACs, 12% say they should welcome their support. https://t.co/AVyRvNdthj

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6 days ago:   Friday Mar 15 - 7:32pm
RT @Politics_Polls: 2020 National GE: Generic Dem 52% (+11) Donald Trump 41% @ppppolls/@ProtectOurCare 3/13-14 https://t.co/nvCkJ2XH4I

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1 week ago:   Friday Mar 15 - 1:25pm
His proposed Medicare cuts just dig the hole deeper. 54% say they make them less likely to vote for Trump next year, to 15% more likely. Similarly on the Medicaid cuts, 50% say they make them less likely to vote for Trump next year, to 14% more likely: https://t.co/TlTi5fMqeC

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1 week ago:   Friday Mar 15 - 1:24pm
Trump is already in big trouble for reelection next year, with a 42/54 approval rating and trailing a generic Democratic opponent 52-41: https://t.co/TlTi5fMqeC

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1 week ago:   Friday Mar 15 - 1:22pm
Overall only 13% of voters support Trump's proposed Medicare cuts, to 72% opposed. Additionally there is just 24% support for Trump's proposed Medicaid cuts, to 60% opposed. Independents side against the Medicare cuts 13/70 and the Medicaid cuts 20/59: https://t.co/TlTi5fMqeC

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1 week ago:   Friday Mar 15 - 1:21pm
In our new poll for @ProtectOurCare we found cuts to Medicare is one of those rare issues where even Trump's base goes against him. Only 24% of Trump voters support his proposed Medicare cuts, to 57% opposed: https://t.co/TlTi5fMqeC

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1 week ago:   Friday Mar 15 - 1:16pm
RT @da_wessel: NEW from @ppppolls: 72% of Americans oppose the Medicare cuts in Trump’s budget. 60% of Americans oppose the Medicaid cuts in Trump’s budget. 50% of voters say they're less likely to vote for Trump because he broke his promise to not cut these programs. https://t.co/8a8eag8zTM

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1 week ago:   Friday Mar 15 - 1:16pm
RT @ProtectOurCare: This NEW @ppppolls poll shows the Trump Administration is acting against the will of the American people by proposing a budget that guts critical health care programs relied on by millions of Americans, especially impacting seniors and children. #TrumpBudget #ProtectOurCare https://t.co/SgZj1wp08s

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1 week ago:   Friday Mar 15 - 1:16pm
RT @JesseFFerguson: @ppppolls In NEW PPP (@ppppolls) Poll on Trump's Budget -50% less likely to support Trump b/c he broke PROMISE to NOT cut Medicare/Medicaid. -54% less likely to support Trump b/c his cuts to Medicare/Medicaid come after his tax plan gave tax breaks to health insurance and drug companies. https://t.co/M7TsO6sOro


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1 week ago:   Friday Mar 15 - 1:15pm
RT @JesseFFerguson: 🚨NEW🚨 PPP (@ppppolls) Poll on Trump's Budget -72% oppose the Medicare cuts (81% among 65+) -60% oppose the Medicaid cuts -50-54% less likely to vote for him b/c of it https://t.co/yNrQwdlX6w https://t.co/wG0olKeZPs


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1 week ago:   Thursday Mar 14 - 2:21pm
We found in private polling a precipitous decline in Tillis' approval rating with Republicans after his initial indication that he was going to vote for the resolution. Looks like he did too https://t.co/4LrI3vEeRo

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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Mar 5 - 8:20pm
@johnmanuelNC haha no but a friend there says we have the majority of the crowd!

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3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Feb 26 - 4:45pm
RT @JoshDorner: @SenThomTillis @ppppolls 2/ The numbers on the national emergency itself are also brutal in a number of those states: -Maine: 33-62 -Iowa: 36-57 -NC: 39-55 cc: @SenCoryGardner, @SenMcSallyAZ, @SenJoniErnst + @sendavidperdue https://t.co/luNupKmR99


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3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Feb 26 - 4:45pm
RT @JoshDorner: 1/ Glad @SenThomTillis is voting YES on the res of disapproval. @ppppolls last month showed that Trump is even more unpopular in CO, IA, ME, GA, and AZ than in NC.

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3 weeks ago:   Friday Feb 22 - 3:09pm
RT @lesleyclark: Not so fast: @GovMattBevin says he's "never led in any poll or been popular in any survey," https://t.co/D5krv7I1Xu but @thinkprogress points out a @ppppolls that had him w a narrow lead over his Dem opponent in June 2015: https://t.co/Xl8IT4Qpvm

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4 weeks ago:   Friday Feb 22 - 11:42am
Bevin says ‘I have never led in any poll that has ever been done’ https://t.co/RAnt2wJZie https://t.co/0ZR2OPfN5O

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4 weeks ago:   Friday Feb 22 - 10:04am
RT @jbpoersch: Poll: 33% of Kentucky voters approve of McConnell | TheHill https://t.co/L1NDnj5y7S

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4 weeks ago:   Thursday Feb 21 - 10:27am
RT @ditchmitchfund: Our new @ppppolls poll this morning shows that even people who voted for Mitch McConnell in 2014 no longer support him! Among 2014 McConnell voters, 30% disapprove of his job performance and 32% say they think it’s time for someone new to hold his Senate seat. #DitchMitch https://t.co/eBrecGWZm2


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4 weeks ago:   Thursday Feb 21 - 10:27am
RT @ditchmitchfund: 61% (!!!) of Kentucky voters in our new @ppppolls poll out this morning think it's time for someone other than Mitch McConnell to represent them in the Senate. #DitchMitch https://t.co/RGNjn9RvwG


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4 weeks ago:   Thursday Feb 21 - 10:27am
RT @ditchmitchfund: We just released a new poll with @ppppolls that shows Mitch McConnell in a STATISTICAL TIE with his Democratic opponent: 45%-42%. Together, we WILL #DitchMitch in 2020! https://t.co/L6ByOQdszc


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4 weeks ago:   Thursday Feb 21 - 9:36am
The fact that Reynolds only won by 3 last fall even with a 59% approval rating really makes Trump being at 46% approval in Iowa seem like a tenuous position. We found Trump at a pretty similar 45/52 there last month https://t.co/c4beCFE9A6

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Feb 19 - 10:44am
Overall 36% of North Carolinians say they're UNC fans to 21% for Duke, 20% for NC State, and 4% for Wake Forest among the state's ACC schools: https://t.co/v4EdyLDwiZ

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Feb 19 - 10:43am
The political divide: Clinton voters prefer UNC over Duke 53-18, while among Trump voters UNC has just a 38-30 advantage: https://t.co/v4EdyLDwiZ

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Feb 19 - 10:42am
Our annual NC poll on the UNC-Duke rivalry finds voters in the state prefer the Tar Heels 45-23. In state, UNC-NC State is actually the most competitive rivalry by fan loyalty. UNC beats State just 41-28. That probably won't help the Heels any tomorrow: https://t.co/v4EdyLDwiZ

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1 month ago:   Monday Feb 18 - 1:23pm
RT @peterjandringa: Just a quick stat for #BeatDook week, via @ppppolls (https://t.co/pazF9yUaSF) https://t.co/NooQ09rCcX


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1 month ago:   Friday Feb 15 - 4:45pm
RT @PatrickSvitek: .@ppppolls survey commissioned by Dallas Democratic consultant Jeff Dalton: - @JohnCornyn: 47% - @BetoORourke: 45% - Not sure: 8% #txsen https://t.co/OlZHU150ED


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PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Thursday Feb 7 - 10:03pm
A personal note on Congressman Dingell, from a former constituent: https://t.co/neMieydKpq

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Feb 6 - 3:13pm
RT @NCCADP: Almost 60 percent of NC voters believe race affects who is sentenced to death. The data backs them up. See the stunning results of our first comprehensive poll of NC #deathpenalty views. https://t.co/S5IvrwYraR

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Feb 6 - 3:13pm
RT @NCCADP: New North Carolina poll: 70 percent of people in NC think we've likely executed an innocent person. Based on that alone, we should end the #deathpenalty in #NorthCarolina #ncpol See the full poll results here: https://t.co/S5IvrwYraR

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1 month ago:   Wednesday Feb 6 - 2:20pm
RT @RDieterComm: “N.Carolina [was] considered a..pro-death penalty state, but a new poll finds that..voters overwhelmingly believe the #deathpenalty is error-prone and racially biased.. a majority believe it should be replaced with alternative punishments.” Press release, https://t.co/2gfEZ59YHc

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Feb 6 - 2:19pm
RT @Rob_Schofield: NC public opinion on the death penalty appears to have reached a tipping point https://t.co/gq5IGdKVye #deathpenalty #capitalpunishment #ncga #ncpol #ncgov #bluenc #consnc

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Feb 5 - 9:30pm
Only 38% of voters think their personal economic situation has improved in the last 2 years https://t.co/ONB9n1mrv5

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Feb 5 - 8:26am
Last month we found that Donald Trump was under water in Georgia (46/51) and that David Perdue was basically break even (40/39). Democratic wins with the right candidates are quite plausible https://t.co/QCKkQN88mp

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Friday Feb 1 - 2:30pm
RT @Politics_Polls: ARIZONA Generally speaking, if the election for President was held today, would you vote for Republican Donald Trump, or his Democratic opponent? Donald Trump 46% Democratic opponent 50% @ppppolls / @314action (D) 1/24-25 https://t.co/7dC2xHdVra

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Wednesday Jan 30 - 8:28am
If anyone wants to hire us to do a poll to figure out where Howard Schultz or Deez Nuts or a name out of the phone book gets more support as an independent candidate we will be here https://t.co/1rFbfe9JRt

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Monday Jan 28 - 10:43am
@Gigasrex https://t.co/wXO0t2Hf5z

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Monday Jan 28 - 10:05am
Roy Cooper currently leads Dan Forest by 12 points, 47-35 https://t.co/Vd24bZFdnU

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1 month ago:   Friday Jan 25 - 9:56am
This is pretty similar to what we found over the weekend, not many races we’ve polled over the years with so many candidates so tightly clustered https://t.co/JJYsZ9s9DE

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1 month ago:   Thursday Jan 24 - 3:47pm
It would have behooved David Perdue to join Isakson. Only 41% of Georgia voters support keeping the government closed until Trump gets wall funding, 55% opposed. Georgians, by 9 points, say they’re less likely to vote for Perdue next year because of his position on this issue https://t.co/gFmyTgSN8N

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1 month ago:   Thursday Jan 24 - 3:42pm
Only 39% of North Carolina voters support keeping the government closed until Trump gets wall funding, 57% opposed. Tillis already had an approval rating in the low to mid 30s even before this vote https://t.co/NI92EAjBsZ

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1 month ago:   Thursday Jan 24 - 3:37pm
Only 40% of Arizona voters support keeping the government closed until Trump gets wall funding, 55% opposed. Arizonans, by 13 points, say they’re less likely to vote for McSally next year because of her position on this issue https://t.co/VJt4D9Hqd9

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1 month ago:   Wednesday Jan 23 - 12:59pm
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1 month ago:   Tuesday Jan 22 - 10:31pm
RT @politicalwire: New Poll Finds Every Democrat Would Beat Trump https://t.co/M6cSnaiRfH via @politicalwire

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1 month ago:   Tuesday Jan 22 - 10:01pm
all valid polls must contact jen her family and fren https://t.co/bBMRkKaewD

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1 month ago:   Tuesday Jan 22 - 3:31pm
One final note. Certainly things can change a ton in the next 22 months. But 8 years ago this week, at the same point in Obama's first term as Trump's now, we released a national poll that found Barack Obama leading Mitt Romney by 5 points nationally. He won by 4 the next year

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1 month ago:   Tuesday Jan 22 - 11:58am
Voters wish Obama was still President instead of Trump, 53/43. And they wish Hillary Clinton was President instead of Trump, 49/43: https://t.co/3qotAuZKDj

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1 month ago:   Tuesday Jan 22 - 11:57am
Historic context. 44% say Trump is worst President of last 40 years. 15% say he's the best. Obama wins best with 31% to 26% for Reagan, 15% for Trump, 11% for Clinton. Trump wins worst with 44% to 31% for Obama, no one else in double digits: https://t.co/3qotAuZKDj

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1 month ago:   Tuesday Jan 22 - 11:55am
38% of voters think Trump has delivered on his core promise to 'Make America Great Again,' 55% say he has not. On a related note 38% say their economic situation has improved in last 2 years. 60% say it has gotten worse (28%) or stayed the same (32%): https://t.co/3qotAuZKDj

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1 month ago:   Tuesday Jan 22 - 11:53am
Trump continues to lose all his fights with the media. Voters trust: CBS over him 52/38 NBC and the Washington Post over him 51/38 ABC and the New York Times over him 51/39 CNN over him 49/39: https://t.co/3qotAuZKDj

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1 month ago:   Tuesday Jan 22 - 11:51am
45% of voters think that Trump has committed crimes since his Presidential bid began, 41% don't think he has. 61% think if Mueller investigation finds crimes that he should be indicted and prosecuted in courts. 46% support for impeachment, 44% opposed: https://t.co/3qotAuZKDj

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1 month ago:   Tuesday Jan 22 - 11:48am
55% of voters say the shutdown is the fault of Trump and the Republicans in Congress, to 43% who blame the Democrats. Voters would rather have either Chuck Schumer (46-41) or Nancy Pelosi (47-44) as President than Trump: https://t.co/3qotAuZKDj

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1 month ago:   Tuesday Jan 22 - 11:47am
Trump continues to lose the shutdown. Only 35% of voters agree government should remain closed until he gets funding for the wall, 60% disagree. 57% think Congress should vote today to reopen government without funding the wall, 38% opposed: https://t.co/3qotAuZKDj

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1 month ago:   Tuesday Jan 22 - 11:45am
Trump's 41 or 42% against all Democrats pretty much tracks with his approval rating. 40% approve of the job he's doing to 57% who disapprove: https://t.co/3qotAuZKDj

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Jan 22 - 11:44am
Our new national poll finds no matter what Dem you test against Trump, he is stuck at 41-42% Biden 53 Trump 41 Sanders 51 Trump 41 Harris 48 Trump 41 O'Rourke 47 Trump 41 Warren 48 Trump 42 Booker 47 Trump 42 Gillibrand 47 Trump 42: https://t.co/3qotAuZKDj

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2 months 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

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2 months 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
2 months 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
2 months 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

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2 months 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

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2 months 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

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2 months 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
2 months ago:   Thursday Jan 10 - 10:32am
dayna you got us https://t.co/rWcS1YPZov

PublicPolicyPolling
2 months 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

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2 months 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

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2 months 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

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2 months 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

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2 months 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

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2 months 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

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2 months 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
2 months 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


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2 months 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


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2 months 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


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2 months 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

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2 months 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
2 months ago:   Wednesday Jan 9 - 11:18am
lot going on here https://t.co/AHvD1KVRMG

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2 months 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


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2 months 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

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2 months 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

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2 months 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
2 months 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

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2 months 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

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2 months 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

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2 months 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
2 months 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

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2 months 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

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2 months 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

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2 months 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


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3 months 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

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3 months 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
4 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

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4 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

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4 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


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4 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


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4 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
4 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
4 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
4 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


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PublicPolicyPolling
4 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


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PublicPolicyPolling
4 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


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