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Forward? Voters Don't Think So

Posted on August 27, 2012 | Polling Analysis

In his campaign messaging, President Obama claims the mantle of "Forward." But voters fundamentally disagree with that characterization of the country. Only 39 percent of likely voters today say the country is moving forward. They believe our economy, our financial situation, and our ability to solve problems have all gone backward.

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2012 Voter Enthusiasm Favors Republicans

Posted on August 9, 2012 | Polling Analysis

Republican-leaning voting blocs are more enthusiastic to vote this November, which could be the deciding factor in a turnout election. As we head into the final campaign stretch, President Obama faces the unwelcoming reality that he must close the voter enthusiasm gap and improve his performance among key voting subgroups.

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After Supreme Court Decision, Health Care Reform Law Continues to be a Drag on the Obama Campaign; Battleground States a Dead Heat

Posted on July 19, 2012 | Polling Analysis

Resurgent Republic's latest national survey, demonstrates that, in the wake of the Supreme Court's decision upholding the constitutionality of the health care reform law, President Obama's signature domestic achievement continues to be a drag on his chances for reelection, and the presidential election remains a dead heat, both

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Electoral Fundamentals Favor Republicans in 2012

Posted on May 10, 2012 | Polling Analysis

Six months before election day, electoral fundamentals favor Republicans according to the latest Resurgent Republic national survey of 1000 registered voters conducted April 30-May 3, 2012. The sample contains five percentage points more Democrats than Republicans (Democrats 35 percent, Republicans 30 percent), consistent with other recent

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Obama Continues to Underperform Among Hispanic Voters in Florida

Posted on January 26, 2012 | Polling Analysis

In conjunction with the Hispanic Leadership Network, Resurgent Republic conducted 500 interviews with Hispanic registered voters in Florida, with full results available below. The results show that President Obama continues to underperform among Florida Hispanic voters and has done little to bolster

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Voters Believe America is Worse Off Than When Obama Took Office

Posted on November 8, 2011 | Polling Analysis

If President Obama's reelection campaign is a referendum on the incumbent, as are almost all reelection campaigns, then he remains in deep trouble a year out from the election, because Americans believe the country is worse off than when he was inaugurated.

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