Nathaniel Stinnett launched the Environmental Voter Project (http://environmentalvoter.org) in 2015 with the mission of “identifying inactive environmentalists and then turning them into consistent activists and voters.” He spoke on … [Read more...]
Latest WBUR poll is good news for marijuana reformers
WBUR and MassINC released a poll today, showcasing voter attitudes about the various ballot questions to be voted on in November. The top-line results have been getting a lot of attention, with Yes on 4 garnering 50% to the No camp's 45%, … [Read more...]
Pollster Peter Hart at Harvard 2/3/15
Pollster Peter Hart spoke at Harvard's Shorenstein Center on February 3, 2015 to a small group of people in the regular Tuesday noon conversation. He brought slides from the recent NBC/WallStreetJournal poll done just prior to State of the … [Read more...]
We Will Be Watching: Victory for the DREAM Act
If you haven't heard about the DREAM Act yet I wouldn't be surprised. The media has largely been focused on the train wreck that is Christine O'Donnell's campaign. But the mainstream media is missing out on one of the most … [Read more...]
Did our pollster cheat us?
This, published by Markos at Daily Kos, is quite worrisome. I have just published a report by three statistics wizards showing, quite convincingly, that the weekly Research 2000 State of the Nation poll we ran the past year and a half was … [Read more...]
Public overwhelmingly supports limiting carbon emissions
Well, so sometimes you hear that people don't really believe in global warming, or that it's not their first priority, or whatever. But what is absolutely plain as day is that they support controlling greenhouse gas emissions. … [Read more...]
Small Business Support for Clean Energy A Key to 2010 Elections?
Yesterday’s Democratic Senate caucus meeting – combined with Majority Leader Reid’s push on this issue, combined with President Obama’s leadership, combined with a clear demand by the public for action … [Read more...]
The Columnist, the Pollster, and Me
Porter asked about deficits, of course, and Broder wondered whether the prospective savings from reform would show up and how soon. Rasmussen answered some questions and had some colloquy with Broder and others over polling numbers. … [Read more...]
Will Illinois Senate Race Follow MA Pattern? Heed Rasmussen.
Rasmussen polling (who brought Massachusetts the now infamous "Brown is within single digits poll") today is reporting on the Illinois US Senate race: Illinois Senate: Kirk 46%, Giannoulias 40% Republican Mark Kirk holds a … [Read more...]