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Republicans need to talk to more than each other

By Jennifer Rubin | The Washington Post
February 26, 2013

The center-right research and polling outfit Resurgent Republic is out with new polling and focus group data on under-40 voters.

Huge Hispanic Support for Obama Was No Sure Thing

By Charlie Cook | National Journal
February 8, 2013

At this point, the narrative is pretty familiar to all: President Obama beat GOP nominee Mitt Romney by 44 percentage points among Latinos, 71 percent to 27 percent, exceeding the 67 percent of the Latino vote he won in 2008 over John McCain. 

Many Big GOP Voices Changing Their Tune On Immigration

By Aaron Blake | The Washington Post
January 29, 2013

As Sean Sullivan and I noted this afternoon, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) has undergone a pretty significant political evolution over the past decade on the issue of illegal immigration.

Senators Unveil Bipartisan Immigration Plan, But Opposition Looms

By Michael A. Memoli, Noam N. Levey and Brian Bennett | Los Angeles Times
January 28, 2013

As they announced their framework for comprehensive immigration reform, leading senators from both parties declared Monday that the politics of the long-stalled debate had shifted after Republican candidates failed to win significant support from the growing Latino electorate in November.

GOP Group Urges ‘Tonally Sensitive’ Immigration Messaging

By David M. Drucker | Roll Call
January 28, 2013

House Republicans on Monday received a list of immigration messaging “dos and don’ts” from the Hispanic outreach arm of a top GOP super PAC, with recommendations focused on urging members to use “tonally sensitive” rhetoric, regardless of their position on the issue.

 

Resurgent Republic Survey Coverage


December 20, 2012

Resurgent Republic released our most recent survey following the 2012 Presidential election in conjunction with the Hispanic Leadership Network.

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