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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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Independents Who Supported Obama Upset Over Direction of Country

Posted on September 11, 2009 | Focus Group

An extensive round of focus groups (five pairs) during August with Independents who voted for President Obama last November, but who are undecided on the congressional generic ballot, provided revealing insights about voters’ concerns.

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Voters Find Serious Vulnerabilities in Democratic Health Care Proposals

Posted on June 22, 2009 | Polling Analysis

Voters overwhelmingly agree that reforming health care is important but are concerned about Democratic proposals that increase federal debt, add new taxes and push those with private insurance to a public plan. 

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Public, Political Left At Odds Over Interrogation

Posted on May 16, 2009 | Polling Analysis

American voters believe harsh interrogations of high-value al-Qaeda detainees were justified by a 19-point margin in the most recent survey conducted by Resurgent Republic.

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