Decision 2014 – Louisiana Senate and Congressional polls

In 49 other states, the 2014 midterm elections have concluded. Louisiana, however, still has runoffs for the US Senate and two Congressional races. JMC Enterprises of Louisiana recently polled two of these three runoff races. 6th Congressional District race: this is a Republican district consisting of Baton Rouge, the surrounding areas, and part of Houma/Thibodaux down by […]

Decision 2014 – JMCEL scorecard as of October 25

We are now just over a week away from Election Day, and early voting is in full swing across the country (Louisiana has been early voting for four days, with some interesting results). The climate thus far has remained generally favorable towards the Republicans, despite “trouble spots” popping up here and there. Scorecard Criteria Given […]

Decision 2014 – JMCEL scorecard as of October 9

As we inch closer to Election Day (and, in the case of Louisiana, the “kickoff” of early voting in 12 days), there was minimal movement this past week; what movement there was happened in the governor’s races, where there was a perceptible drift towards Republicans in several statehouses. Scorecard Criteria Given the massive volume of polling data, […]

Decision 2014 – JMCEL scorecard as of September 26

Even though we are in the middle of election season, early voting has already begun in several states, and the GOP remains in decent shape with regards to the November races. Scorecard Criteria Given the massive volume of polling data, plus the fact that pollsters have varying levels of accuracy, we gather data on federal, […]

Decision 2014 – JMCEL scorecard as of September 7

Now that Labor Day has passed, we are now in the midst of political season (although technically there is one more “primary date” on Tuesday). Scorecard Criteria Given the massive volume of polling data, plus the fact that pollsters have varying levels of accuracy, we gather data on federal, statewide, and (sometimes) Congressional races and […]

Decision 2014 – JMCEL scorecard as of August 31

Primary season is coming to a close – 44 states have now decided their party’s nominees for federal and statewide offices. Since Labor Day traditionally is the time that voters begin to pay attention to political campaigns, this is a good time to revise the scorecard. Scorecard Criteria Given the massive volume of polling data, […]