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Independents and Tea Partiers Express Similar Concerns over Federal Spending and Debt

Posted on June 29, 2010 | Focus Group

Nearly four months out from the mid-term elections, Independent voters remain anxious about the direction of the country. The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has contributed significantly to their negative outlook and raised questions about President Obama’s ability to lead during a future crisis.

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Less than Half of Voters Support Kagan Confirmation, Trouble Signs Seen in Past Stands

Posted on June 24, 2010 | Polling Analysis

A plurality of likely voters in the November elections supports Elena Kagan’s confirmation, by a 46 to 28 percent margin with 26 percent undecided, according to Resurgent Republic analysis. But her past positions on military recruitment while at Harvard and the District of Columbia’s handgun ban could harm that support.

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Independents Move Closer to Republicans on One-Party Government, Fiscal and National Security Issues

Posted on May 4, 2010 | Polling Analysis

In the year since Resurgent Republic conducted its inaugural survey in April 2009, President Obama and Democrats in Congress have seen dramatic deterioration of their public standing, driven by disaffection from Independent voters who have steadily moved toward siding with Republican policymakers.

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Hispanic Voters Align with Conservative Fiscal and National Security Policies

Posted on March 17, 2010 | Polling Analysis

Despite being more favorable to Democrats than Republicans, Hispanic voters are open to persuasion this November due to concern over current Democrat policies on spending, debt and national security, according to Resurgent Republic’s latest national survey among 800 registered likely Hispanic voters conducted March 7-10, 2010.

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Older Independents View Republicans in Congress More Favorably than Democrats

Posted on December 15, 2009 | Polling Analysis

Voters 55 and older are now extremely concerned about the federal government’s current level of spending and debt. Since Resurgent Republic’s first survey in April, we have been noting the extent to which budgetary and fiscal issues have been driving Independents away from Democrats and toward Republicans.

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Older Voters Strongly Reject Democrats' Health Care Reform

Posted on December 11, 2009 | Polling Analysis

With their health care reform proposals, Democrats in Congress are digging an enormous political hole with voters age 55 and older, a demographic group that plays an outsized role in non-presidential year elections. 

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