Polling Analysis

Through our Polling Analysis, Resurgent Republic has become a valuable resource for the general public, policy makers and Congressional leaders.


American Support for CIA Interrogation Techniques Steady Despite Senate Report

Posted on December 17, 2014 | Polling Analysis

In the past week the Wall Street Journal/NBC News survey, the ABC News/Washington Post survey, and the Pew Research Center survey have all shown substantial public support for the CIA's interrogation methods of suspected terrorists.

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Democrats in Trouble in Senate Battleground States

Posted on June 26, 2014 | Polling Analysis

This survey, the second Resurgent Republic survey in this election cycle, polled 1000 likely 2014 voters in twelve U.S. Senate battleground states, with respondents evenly distributed among the states just as U.S. Senate seats are distributed.

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Early Signs of Another Republican Midterm Wave

Posted on April 3, 2014 | Polling Analysis

Today we are releasing our first survey of the 2014 landscape, a cooperative endeavor conducted with Democracy Corps for NPR.

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Messages that Appeal to the Center of the Electorate in 2014

Posted on January 27, 2014 | Polling Analysis

Since President Obama took office, Resurgent Republic has closely followed the opinions and intensity of Independent voters. The center of the electorate first stepped away from President Obama during the summer of 2009 due to concerns over the amount of federal spending in the stimulus and budget.

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The Hispanic Challenge and Opportunity for Republicans

Posted on December 12, 2012 | Polling Analysis

Resurgent Republic and the Hispanic Leadership Network jointly surveyed Hispanics who voted in the 2012 Presidential election in four critical states:  Florida, Colorado, Nevada, and New Mexico. The results make clear the size of the hole Republicans have dug among Hispanic voters over the past eight years.

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Voter Enthusiasm Mirage

Posted on December 6, 2012 | Polling Analysis

Key subgroups of President Obama's winning coalition including Hispanics, young voters, and unmarried women outperformed their 2008 turnout levels, even though these cohorts exuded less enthusiasm to get to the polls than Governor Romney’s core supporters.

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