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PublicPolicyPolling
2 hours ago:   Wednesday Apr 1 - 8:40am
If you're interested in seeing this kind of polling in more states, hit us up: https://t.co/PIFZPFXKFj

PublicPolicyPolling
2 hours ago:   Wednesday Apr 1 - 8:38am
We have now done polls in 2 states with Democratic Governors contrasting the response of them with Trump in handling the crisis. In Pennsylvania Wolf's approval is a net 45 points better than Trump's. In North Carolina Cooper's approval is a net 40 points better than Trump's

PublicPolicyPolling
2 hours ago:   Wednesday Apr 1 - 8:36am
69% of Pennsylvanians say they're 'very concerned' with the virus, 25% 'somewhat concerned,' and only 6% 'not that concerned.' 79% of Democrats, 66% of independents, and 58% of Republicans say they're very concerned: https://t.co/AarZOdp2uP

PublicPolicyPolling
2 hours ago:   Wednesday Apr 1 - 8:34am
Voters across party lines are happy with the job Wolf is doing handling the virus- 73/12 with Democrats, 61/21 with independents, and 49/30 with Republicans: https://t.co/AarZOdp2uP

PublicPolicyPolling
2 hours ago:   Wednesday Apr 1 - 8:33am
68% think the state of Pennsylvania's reaction to the virus has been 'about right,' to 17% who think it has under reacted and 11% over reacted. For the federal response 47% think there's been an under reaction, 44% about right, only 7% an over reaction: https://t.co/AarZOdp2uP

PublicPolicyPolling
2 hours ago:   Wednesday Apr 1 - 8:32am
Trump has a 45/51 overall approval rating in the state. Wolf's is 54/24. When asked directly who's doing a better job of handling the virus, Pennsylvanians pick Wolf over Trump 51-37: https://t.co/AarZOdp2uP

PublicPolicyPolling
2 hours ago:   Wednesday Apr 1 - 8:30am
Our new Pennsylvania poll finds Donald Trump under water in the state for his handling of the coronavirus, at 46/49. Meanwhile Tom Wolf is at 62/20 for his handling of it: https://t.co/AarZOdp2uP

PublicPolicyPolling
2 days ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 10:35am
North Carolinians haven’t forgotten- by a 26 point margin they think Richard Burr should resign https://t.co/sboPCJjBwP

PublicPolicyPolling
3 days ago:   Saturday Mar 28 - 12:55pm
More data reinforcing what we tweeted about earlier this week that Trump’s numbers on handling the crisis were better last week than they are now- downward trend https://t.co/HLhUKPPtri

PublicPolicyPolling
5 days ago:   Thursday Mar 26 - 5:09pm
RT @dscc: The latest from @ppppolls is clear: North Carolinians are ready to wash their hands of Senator Thom Tillis. https://t.co/dI8jMN68cj #ncsen #ncpol

PublicPolicyPolling
5 days ago:   Thursday Mar 26 - 4:49pm
Trump has always gotten decent numbers for his handling of the economy. Not so much for health care. The drop in his approval for handling the virus may reflect its shifting in voters’ minds from a primarily economic issue to a primarily health issue (3/3)

PublicPolicyPolling
5 days ago:   Thursday Mar 26 - 4:48pm
Another shift from last week to this week in the same set of polls. Last week people said their biggest concern about the virus was its economic impact. This week they said their biggest concern about the virus was its health impact (2/3)

PublicPolicyPolling
5 days ago:   Thursday Mar 26 - 4:47pm
Trump’s net approval on handling the virus dropped by 10 points from last week to this week in a state where we’re doing some private polling tracking response to the virus (1/3)

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Wednesday Mar 25 - 9:54am
RT @weberach: Excellent throwback from @ppppolls https://t.co/7ui9EJoi0G

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Mar 24 - 6:01pm
RT @stew_boss: ICYMI- @ppppolls finds NCians ready to wash their hands of Tillis: > 20+ points underwater on job approval & health care > 76% say Tillis view that restaurant employees shouldn’t be required to wash hands gives them "very serious" concerns #ncsen #ncpol https://t.co/3xZ9naUYGQ

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Mar 24 - 10:30am
RT @JohnAnzo: A new @ppppolls in NC shows the difference in how voters view Governors' response vs Trump's. NC Gov. @RoyCooperNC gets a 63% positive job rating on handling the coronavirus while Trump is below a majority approval (49% approval). https://t.co/kd6K7mit7n https://t.co/UZ01eriewN


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PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Mar 24 - 9:22am
RT @BowTiePolitics: New @ppppolls out for #ncpol: 896 North Carolinia respondents re: Job Approval/Disapproval (MoE +/-3.3%): @realDonaldTrump: 47/48 @RoyCooperNC: 56/26 @SenThomTillis: 26/47 https://t.co/mO0UV4TydZ #ncsen https://t.co/4jk9RySIZ7


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PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Mar 24 - 9:22am
RT @RuralChrisLee: North Carolina may have the most unpopular Senate delegation in America. New @ppppolls has GOP @SenatorBurr (who's facing allegations of insider trading) at 22-56 approval; GOP @SenThomTillis, who's up for re-election this year, at 26-47 approval. #NCSen https://t.co/bwcfD6jvM4

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Mar 24 - 9:21am
RT @RobertWHoward: New @ppppolls: - 50% say Burr should resign after stock sell off scandal - Tillis is 21 pts underwater (!!) - 24% approve of Tillis handling of their health care vs. 48% who disapprove #ncsen #ncpol https://t.co/XRX0AgMf2G

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Mar 24 - 8:33am
Pretty striking in North Carolina to see the Governor's response on coronavirus running a net 40 points ahead of the President's. We're here if people are interested in commissioning similar polling in other states! https://t.co/PIFZPFXKFj

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Mar 24 - 8:27am
Only 20% of North Carolinians think the actions that have been taken in regards to the coronavirus are an overreaction. 36% think there's been an under reaction, and 40% say it's been about right: https://t.co/dnVhsB5c1W

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Mar 24 - 8:26am
Trump's overall approval rating in NC is 47/48, pretty consistent with the generally slightly negative numbers we've found for him. 87% of Republicans but only 21% of Democrats approve of his coronavirus response. Independents split against him 45/51: https://t.co/dnVhsB5c1W

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Mar 24 - 8:24am
Cooper's overall approval rating is 56/26, about the best it's ever been since he's been in office. On his handling of the coronavirus, he gets majority approval from 78% of Democrats, 56% of independents, and 50% of Republicans: https://t.co/dnVhsB5c1W

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Mar 24 - 8:23am
Roy Cooper and Donald Trump are getting very different reviews from North Carolinians when it comes to their handling of the coronavirus. Cooper gets a net +44 approval rating (63/19). Trump gets a net +4 approval rating (49/45). https://t.co/dnVhsB5c1W

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Mar 24 - 8:22am
A few years ago Tillis said restaurants shouldn't be required to make employees wash their hands. 76% say this gives them 'very serious' concerns about Tillis- 84% of Democrats, 77% of independents, and even 66% of Republicans: https://t.co/dnVhsB5c1W

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Mar 24 - 8:21am
Thom Tillis isn't in very good standing with North Carolinians right now either. Just 26% approve of the job he's doing to 47% who disapprove. Specifically on the issue of health care, 24% approve and 48% disapprove of Tillis: https://t.co/dnVhsB5c1W

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Mar 24 - 8:19am
When voters are informed later in the poll about his stock sales, 69% say that gives them 'very serious' concerns about him and support for his resignation grows to 60% with 22% opposed: https://t.co/dnVhsB5c1W

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Mar 24 - 8:18am
Burr has a net -32 approval rating, with 22% of voters approving of the job he's doing to 54% who disapprove. That's a 28 point decline from last summer when he was at -4 with 32% approving and 36% disapproving: https://t.co/dnVhsB5c1W

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Mar 24 - 8:17am
Democrats (63/15) and independents (53/18) think Burr should resign by wide margins. The biggest surprise might be that even Republicans- 31% for him resigning, 38% against- are pretty closely divided on it: https://t.co/dnVhsB5c1W

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Tuesday Mar 24 - 8:16am
Our new North Carolina poll finds 50% of voters think Richard Burr should resign to just 24% who think he should stay in office. Lest anyone think this is because of a biased question, it was 'Do you think Senator Richard Burr should resign, or not?' https://t.co/dnVhsB5c1W

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Friday Mar 20 - 3:08pm
Well we take that as a compliment since toilet paper is in these days https://t.co/j6UMAD2eEy

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Friday Mar 20 - 10:51am
Last week we found that voters supported the Affordable Care Act 43-34...in Kansas! Amazing shift in popularity over the last decade https://t.co/RpNQOSZptw

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Thursday Mar 19 - 1:16pm
RT @LCVoters: A new poll from @nclcv shows the majority of North Carolina voters want to see government response to climate change akin to the response to #COVID19. Voters recognize the benefits of regulating carbon emissions and moving to renewable energy. More info: https://t.co/FZX8KLl52i https://t.co/G1dya5RpME


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PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Thursday Mar 19 - 12:17pm
Our new poll for @nclcv finds 61% of NC voters want elected leaders to act urgently to protect against the impacts of climate change, to just 32% who disagree. Trump approval in the state is 46/53, Tillis 31/47, Cooper 51/34: https://t.co/xSk3ctDomw

PublicPolicyPolling
1 week ago:   Thursday Mar 19 - 12:07pm
RT @NilesGApol: #MTSen Daines (R-inc): 47% Bullock (D): 47% --- #MTAL Rosendale (R): 45% Williams (D): 45% @ppppolls --> https://t.co/zKOXmtfYV1

PublicPolicyPolling
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 12 - 8:54am
RT @dwallbank: NEW: BIDEN leads in two more states Sanders won in 2016, according to new polling from @ppppolls WISCONSIN: Biden 55-39 Sanders KANSAS: Biden 59-35 Sanders

PublicPolicyPolling
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 12 - 7:55am
And a couple other little notes. Tammy Baldwin (44/39 approval) beats out Ron Johnson (35/40) as Wisconsin's more popular Senator. Laura Kelly (44/27 approval) beats out Jerry Moran (33/30) and Pat Roberts (33/39) as Kansas' most popular politician: https://t.co/huw0sWuAhc

PublicPolicyPolling
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 12 - 7:53am
On the 10th anniversary of the passage of the once unpopular Affordable Care Act we now find that voters support it in: -Wisconsin by a 46/33 spread -And in deep red Kansas by a 43/34 spread! Politics have shifted a ton on it over the years. https://t.co/huw0sWuAhc

PublicPolicyPolling
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 12 - 7:52am
In Kansas Trump leads both Biden and Sanders 52-40, which would actually still be the closest Democratic performance in the state since 1992. Undecideds are structurally Dem leaning there too and could make the race 3-4 points closer: https://t.co/huw0sWuAhc

PublicPolicyPolling
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 12 - 7:50am
Bottom line, most undecideds in general election match up polls right now are Biden folks who don't like Bernie or Bernie folks who don't like Biden. If they come in line, the race might not be that close: https://t.co/huw0sWuAhc

PublicPolicyPolling
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 12 - 7:48am
Undecideds in Biden/Trump support Sanders over Trump 52-11 and give Trump a 7-69 approval rating. If they ended up voting based on one of those things Biden would lead by 6-7 in Wisconsin. Undecideds in Sanders/Trump support Biden 61-5 and give Trump a 7-67 approval. Same story

PublicPolicyPolling
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 12 - 7:46am
In Wisconsin we once again see that if anti-Trump voters unify when the primary is over, Democrats could actually have a good sized lead: https://t.co/huw0sWuAhc

PublicPolicyPolling
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 12 - 7:44am
In Wisconsin Biden leads Trump 48-45 and Sanders leads Trump 48-46. Trump's approval there is 45-51: https://t.co/huw0sWuAhc

PublicPolicyPolling
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 12 - 7:42am
Women and seniors are the keys for Biden in these states. In Wisconsin he has a 61-33 lead with women and a 81-13 lead with seniors. In Kansas he has a 64-29 lead with women and a 81-12 lead with seniors: https://t.co/huw0sWuAhc

PublicPolicyPolling
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 12 - 7:40am
We did polls in a couple of Bernie Sanders' best remaining states from 2016 to see his path ahead. In Wisconsin, which he won by 14 last time, it's Biden 55 Sanders 39. In Kansas, which he won by 36 last time (as a caucus), it's Biden 59 Sanders 35. https://t.co/huw0sWuAhc

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Mar 11 - 10:30am
This is the swing state list as we see it too. @markos is good to have the too often overlooked Georgia on there with the rest https://t.co/f8h3tdOFWF

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Mar 10 - 8:49pm
@rjBrainDoc Yes

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Mar 10 - 8:23pm
Biden leads Sanders 401-208 in the professor heavy Ann Arbor precinct I grew up in- likely would have been strong for Warren and shows that her vote probably went different ways in different places, certainly not a straight line to Bernie

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Monday Mar 9 - 3:41pm
Maine is somewhere we find a particularly steep fall for Trump. Down 10 to Biden and Sanders in our poll last week after only losing by 3 in 2016 and was easy to see how that would quickly become a 13-14 point deficit if/when Dems unify after primary. Troubling for Susan Collins https://t.co/dmTadeiqIW

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Sunday Mar 8 - 3:32pm
RT @NilesGApol: "A poll released on Thursday by @ppppolls shows Maine Sen. Susan Collins in a tight race to keep her #MESen seat, while giving a slight edge to her leading Dem rival, Maine House Speaker @SaraGideon, though the result is still within the margin of error." https://t.co/Mu0RN62IF3

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Saturday Mar 7 - 12:36pm
RT @dellavolpe: Early look at #Arizona @ppppolls another example of generational divides we face as nation. Gen Z/Millennial strongly D Boomer/Older strongly R Gen Xers as always, caught in middle https://t.co/yDzqYAcQJV


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PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Friday Mar 6 - 10:36am
RT @DKElections: New polls from @ppppolls give Democrats the lead in key races for #AZSEN, #MESEN, and #NCSEN https://t.co/YgToxfa5zu

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 6:48pm
Yes 2016. The Democratic primary race, at least when it comes to the voting, has gone basically exactly as the polls said 39 months ago, despite everything else that happened in between https://t.co/5RRdhRLRia

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 6:35pm
This really is absurd- Popular vote of Dem contests while Warren was in the race- Biden 36 Sanders 29 Warren 13 Our first national poll in December 2016- Biden 31 Sanders 24 Warren 16 https://t.co/ceOTRqhZuc

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 3:51pm
It’s Question 12 in the document linked in the tweet yah replied to AwakenedOutlaw Translation: moron https://t.co/RdWGxRSTwn

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 1:43pm
RT @ProtectOurCare: NEW @ppppolls poll — By a 20-point margin, voters say the Trump Administration’s handling of the #CoronavirusOutbreak makes them less likely to vote for @realDonaldTrump this fall. https://t.co/RCRTZwTdoH #Coronavirus #COVID19

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 1:31pm
RT @ProtectCareMN: A new national @ppppolls survey finds that voters are very concerned about the #coronavirus and strongly disapprove of the administration’s response: https://t.co/vYpnBrhx8e #ProtectOurCare

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 1:21pm
And just 37% agree with Trump that his administration is doing a ‘great job’ dealing with the virus, to 53% who disagree: https://t.co/p3n4BZcivT

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 1:19pm
Only 8% of voters agree with Trump that the virus is a Democratic hoax, to 82% who disagree. Even among Trump’s own voters only 16% go along with him on that one, a divide that happens pretty rarely: https://t.co/p3n4BYUHEl

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 1:13pm
Voters say by a 20 point margin they’re less likely to vote for Trump because of his handling of the virus. His approval was already only 41/55, including 33/62 with independents: https://t.co/p3n4BYUHEl

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 1:11pm
72% are concerned about the effect of the virus on the economy, including 36% ‘very concerned’ 57% are concerned about themselves or someone in their family getting sick, including 24% ‘very concerned’ Poll was done mostly Monday, that would likely be higher now

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 1:07pm
Our new poll with @ProtectOurCare finds that voters are very concerned with the virus despite Trump’s flippancy and that it’s hurting his political standing: https://t.co/p3n4BYUHEl

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 10:47am
RT @laurenvpass: 📢📢📢 NEW Polling Shows Dems Have Lead in 4 Key Senate Battlegrounds >>> @SaraGideon leads Collins 47-43 #mesen #mepolitics @CaptMarkKelly leads McSally 47-42 #azsen @CalforNC leads Tillis 46-41 #ncsen #ncpol @hickenlooper leads Gardner 51-38 #cosen https://t.co/KjzVv3NjFk

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 10:28am
RT @shoupshouts: First in @POLITICOPulse: New @ppppolls poll shows that a majority of voters are not only very concerned about the spread of coronavirus but strongly disapprove of the job the Trump administration is doing in preparing America for the growing threat. https://t.co/bsoTfhQAWz


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PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 9:44am
RT @SethMagaziner: Exciting data from @ppppolls with an important conclusion: "There are not enough voters out there who like Trump for him to get reelected- his only path is for Sanders backers to refuse to vote Biden or for Biden backers to refuse to vote Sanders..." https://t.co/d93NiraWMv

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 8:36am
hi bo we are not quinnipiac we are just ppp https://t.co/bF6zl2caDH

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 8:21am
RT @da_wessel: NEW from @ppppolls: @SenSusanCollins is down. @MarthaMcSally is down. @ThomTillis is down. @CoryGardner is down. https://t.co/Q7fIHCjmxR

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 8:18am
Trump does not have enough support to get reelected. His only path is disunity among the voters who oppose him. The election is a toss up even if they don't get on the same page. But if they do get on the same page, it may not even be close: https://t.co/6eLUqIjVNO

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 8:17am
The head to heads polls for Biden and Sanders with Trump are already decent. But if Biden people get behind Sanders or Sanders people get behind Biden when the primary is over, they could instantly be 3-4 points better than they are right now: https://t.co/6eLUqIjVNO

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 8:15am
Similar story in AZ. Undecideds in Biden/Trump give Trump a 6/57 approval. Undecideds in Sanders/Trump give Trump a 2/68 approval. If those folks end up voting based on whether they approve of Trump, Biden and Sanders would both be up 4 in Arizona: https://t.co/6eLUqIBwFm

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 8:14am
Voters in Maine who are undecided in Biden-Trump support Sanders 58-3. Voters who are undecided in Sanders-Trump support Biden 56-8. If those folks voted the same way whether candidate was Biden or Sanders, the leads would go from 10 for both to 13 for Biden and 14 for Sanders

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 8:10am
Our Maine and Arizona polls show once again that if voters opposed to Trump come around the eventual Democratic nominee this fall, the election is not likely to even be terribly close: https://t.co/6eLUqIjVNO

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 8:09am
Trump only lost Maine by 3 points in 2016. Now he trails both Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders by 10 points there at 52-42. Trump won Arizona by 4 points in 2016. He trails Biden 48-47 and leads Sanders 47-46 there now: https://t.co/6eLUqIjVNO

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 8:08am
One thing making life harder for both Collins and McSally is Trump's standing in their states. He's at 42/56 approval in Maine and 45/51 approval in Arizona: https://t.co/6eLUqIjVNO

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 8:06am
The Arizona Senate picture is pretty steady. We had Kelly up 46-42 in January and 47-42 now. He has a 50-29 advantage with independents. McSally has a 37% approval rating, with 46% disapproving. 41/29 favorability for Kelly: https://t.co/6eLUqIjVNO

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 8:04am
We found last fall that impeachment was going to hurt Collins no matter which way she went. She chose the path that made the primary easier but the general harder. Because of that, one outcome of impeachment may be giving Democrats the Senate. Speaker Pelosi with that 3D chess

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 8:03am
Overall Collins has a 33% approval rating, to 57% of voters who disapprove. She *has* improved her position with Trump voters though. 59/26 approval, compared to 42/47 last spring: https://t.co/6eLUqIBwFm

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 8:00am
A year ago Collins had a 32% approval rating with Clinton voters. Now it's 9%. A year ago Collins trailed Gideon only 59-28 with Clinton voters. Now it's 81-10: https://t.co/6eLUqIjVNO

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 7:59am
Last spring we had Collins leading Gideon 51-33. The reason for the 22 point shift since then is Collins has lost almost all of her traditional crossover support in the wake of her impeachment vote: https://t.co/6eLUqIBwFm

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 7:58am
We also had a private poll last week that found Cal Cunningham leading Thom Tillis 46-41, and our most recent Colorado poll found John Hickenlooper leading Cory Gardner 51-38: https://t.co/6eLUqIjVNO

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 5 - 7:58am
Our new polls in Maine and Arizona find Sara Gideon leading Susan Collins 47-43 and Mark Kelly leading Martha McSally 47-42. That now means our most recent polls in 4 GOP held Senate seats have found at least a 4 point Democratic lead: https://t.co/6eLUqIjVNO

PublicPolicyPolling
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Mar 4 - 11:11am
RT @arya_kidding_me: This is from @ppppolls in December 2016. I can not stress enough how little of what we talk about on this website actually matters. https://t.co/LpC9GTNEFi


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PublicPolicyPolling
4 weeks ago:   Tuesday Mar 3 - 8:41pm
Our most recent poll was Cal 46 Tillis 41 https://t.co/7FG7JddGDO

PublicPolicyPolling
4 weeks ago:   Tuesday Mar 3 - 3:16pm
We had Texas tied a week ago. We might have been wrong at that time! But if we were right, we think Biden will end winning tonight by a decent sized margin

PublicPolicyPolling
4 weeks ago:   Monday Mar 2 - 4:24pm
We have three openings on our staff for temporary full time work through the election, more information here: https://t.co/KNBKsJukEL

PublicPolicyPolling
4 weeks ago:   Monday Mar 2 - 3:48pm
Based on the trajectory of the race over the last week and Pete and Amy dropping we now expect Biden to win NC by a wider margin than our poll showed last week- possibly double digits, but other than that this interview is a good summary of our view of the world https://t.co/UkwL6jEaCV

PublicPolicyPolling
4 weeks ago:   Monday Mar 2 - 2:36pm
When we did a way too early 2020 Democratic primary poll in December of 2016 the only three possibles in double digits were...Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, and Elizabeth Warren. Kind of amazing how close we are to where we started despite all the twists and turns in between

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Sunday Mar 1 - 1:29pm
Best part of this article is that we had already released this the previous day showing Biden headed for a blowout: https://t.co/1ZD5zFSkRw https://t.co/HRByWOvEDw

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Sunday Mar 1 - 9:22am
New NBC poll has Thom Tillis trailing Cal Cunningham by 5 points. We have seen similar in our private polling. Right there with CO, AZ, and ME for most endangered GOP held seats

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Saturday Feb 29 - 7:37pm
Cillizza, Tuesday, completely ignoring the poll we had released the previous day showing Biden with a huge lead. Always informative! https://t.co/y47Blsk78G

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Saturday Feb 29 - 7:09pm
We told you

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Feb 25 - 8:45am
It doesn't look like North Carolina's Senate primary is going to be terribly competitive. Cal Cunningham leads with 45% to 18% for Erica Smith with everyone else registering below 5%. Cunningham has a 55/10 favorability rating: https://t.co/nwwwLja2ai

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Feb 25 - 8:44am
Black voters continue to be key to Biden's lead in NC. He gets 36% to 21% for Bloomberg and 16% for Sanders w/ no one else in double digits. Sanders leads with white voters at 22% to 18% for Biden, 15% for Bloomberg, 14% for Buttigieg, and 12% for Warren: https://t.co/nwwwLja2ai

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Feb 25 - 8:43am
Biden is actually up 10 with Democrats in NC, getting 28% to 18% for Bloomberg, and 17% for Sanders. But 27% of primary voters are unaffiliated and Sanders gets 28% with them to 16% for Bloomberg and 15% for Buttigieg with Biden in 4th at 11%: https://t.co/nwwwLja2ai

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Feb 25 - 8:41am
Biden's favorability is 61/22, followed by Warren at 56/27, Buttigieg at 55/22, Sanders at 51/34, Klobuchar at 48/22, and Bloomberg at 36/43: https://t.co/nwwwLja2ai

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Feb 25 - 8:40am
This is the first NC poll we've done this year that *hasn't* found Bloomberg on the rise and Biden on the decline. Compared to 2 weeks ago Biden is up 4, Sanders is up 2, and Bloomberg is down 1: https://t.co/nwwwLja2ai

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Tuesday Feb 25 - 8:40am
Our new North Carolina poll finds a close three way race- Biden 23 Sanders 20 Bloomberg 17 Warren 11 Buttigieg 9 Klobuchar 4 Steyer 3 Gabbard 1: https://t.co/nwwwLja2ai

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Monday Feb 24 - 3:23pm
SC shows typical divides- Biden is up by 23 with Democrats, 42-19. But among 31% of the electorate that is independent or GOP, Sanders is up 26-22. Sanders is up with voters under 45- but only by 8- and it is swamped by Biden leading by 32 with seniors: https://t.co/1ZD5zFSkRw

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Monday Feb 24 - 3:18pm
Biden has a 61/20 favorability with primary voters in South Carolina, making him the only one over 50%. Sanders 47/35, Warren 46/31, Steyer 45/24, Buttigieg 41/35, Klobuchar 39/26: https://t.co/1ZD5zFSkRw

PublicPolicyPolling
1 month ago:   Monday Feb 24 - 3:16pm
There are some signs of Trump voter interference in the SC primary- 14% of likely voters approve of him. But they're splitting between Gabbard (32%), Sanders (15%), and Biden (12%) so not making a huge impact on the race at this point: https://t.co/1ZD5zFSkRw