WASHINGTON – The American Action Network (@AAN) today released survey results on Americans’ views on several policy proposals from President Donald Trump and the new Congress, the current political environment, and the Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch. One month in, the survey finds bipartisan support for their proposal to replace the tax code, reform the regulatory system and vote on the Supreme Court nominee.
American Viewpoint announced today that Andy Blunt is partnering with the firm as Director of Strategic Development, expanding the Republican polling firm’s reach in the public affairs, advocacy and business sectors.
In what was an historic night, American Viewpoint is proud to have played a role in helping Republicans maintain control of both the Senate and House.
The National Republican Congressional Committee on Monday released an internal poll showing U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Willsboro, with a 25 percentage-point lead in the 21st Congressional District race.
Stefanik was favored by 54 percent of those surveyed in the poll American Viewpoint conducted Wednesday and Thursday through a combination of telephone landline and cellular interviews...
WASHINGTON, Oct. 6, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- At an event today on Boomer women and the 2016 election, AARP released new survey data highlighting the economic anxieties and other important concerns of women ages 50 to 69 in key battleground states.
Trump’s comments, which drew groans from Republican political operatives, underscored another potential risk for him in the Brexit vote.
“Everything that I’ve seen suggests that Americans have been paying very little attention to this” until now, said Republican pollster Randall Gutermuth.
Republican polling analyst Karlyn Bowman noted that in 2015 surveys, Warren ran behind Hillary and Joe Biden, but with surprisingly high name identification. Bowman added that Warren would have been helped by the Democrats’ leftward drift during the Obama years—and that 2016 exit polls have showed that huge numbers of Democrats believe the system favors the rich. “That would have been her calling card,” Bowman told me. “So I think she could have been a contender.”
Linda DiVall, a GOP pollster, wasn’t so sure. She thinks a significant and influential bloc of Democratic women “were already solidly behind HRC, it was Clinton's time—not Warren’s.”
Every day there's a new development in what pollster Randall Gutermuth calls this “hold your nose” presidential election. One day Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are beating each other up over policies; the next day they're exchanging blows over their wives. The Democrats, for once, seem mild-mannered in comparison, even if a fair number of people don't like their front-runner, Hillary Clinton, either.
The American Petroleum Institute hired two of the country’s leading researchers, who conducted surveys in six cities, including Denver, about attitudes and perceptions regarding employment in the oil and gas industry. They found that the largest barrier to women seeking jobs in the industry is the lack of knowledge about the opportunities available.
New Day for America announced today that Linda DiVall was joining the organization as its pollster and senior advisor. Ohio Governor John Kasich announced the creation of New Day for America in April.
Rep. Elise Stefanik, 30, was sworn in Tuesday, making her the youngest female to serve in Congress. The New York Republican sat down with "CBS This Morning" anchor Norah O'Donnell to talk about her achievement and how her age will impact her future as a politician.
Republicans made marginal gains among non-white voters in 2014, but even those (generally) small improvements would have elected Mitt Romney president if that electorate had been present on election day 2012, according to a new analysis by the Republican polling firm American Viewpoint.
The University of Southern California and the Los Angeles Time commissioned American Viewpoint and Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research to conduct a new survey of registered California voters.
American Viewpoint congratulates the winners from Tuesday night who American Viewpoint had a role in helping.
As pollsters, it's our job to keep a finger on the pulse of the American electorate. As women, we also take an interest in finding out what female voters are actually thinking. It's never as simple as commentators want you to think.