2012 promises to be a busy election year for the various federal, state, and local offices on the ballot this year. Part of that activity includes yard signs, political commercials, bumper stickers, and public opinion polls to be conducted for races big and small.
Recently, JMC Enterprises of Louisiana was commisioned to poll Iowa Republicans on the Presidential race. Those results can be accessed here.
Recently, JMC Enterprises of Louisiana was commissioned by the Hayride to poll Louisiana voters on their preferences in the Lt Governor and the Secretary of State’s race. The Hayride has done a complete writeup here; the actual poll is here.
This is the third “Pulse of Louisiana” poll we have conducted. In the first poll, we measured the re-elect numbers for President Obama and Senator Landrieu, and we also looked at how her healthcare reform vote has affected her re-elect numbers (the results of that poll are here).
Last month, we conducted a “Pulse of Louisiana” poll, and in that poll, we measured the re-elect numbers for President Obama and Senator Landrieu, and we also looked at how her healthcare reform vote has affected her re-elect numbers. (the results of that poll are here).
We recently conducted a statewide poll of likely voters regarding their opinions of President Obama, Senator Landrieu, and Senator Landrieu’s support of healthcare reform. We have posted the poll and/crosstabs here. Below are the summary results: President Obama re-elect: (33-58% Yes/No) Senator Landrieu re-elect: (40-42% Yes/No) Senator Landrieu healthcare vote make more likely to vote […]
We recently conducted a public opinion survey of East Baton Rouge Parish voters to gauge their opinion of the proposed downtown library, the performance of Mayor-President “Kip” Holden, and the Baton Rouge TEA Party. The poll results are attached below: Poll Results and Crosstabs
Throughout this election cycle, we have continuously seen polls conducted for various races across the country that show dozens of Democrats (particularly in the House) in trouble. What about Congressional races closer to home ?
Throughout this election cycle, we have seen polls conducted for various races across the country that show that scores of Democrats are in trouble. What about Congressional races closer to home ?
As much as some in the media and the political class persist in their belief that David Vitter is vulnerable even to a Republican primary challenger, another poll was released today showing Senator David Vitter with a another double digit lead (51-41%) over his likely Democratic opponent, Rep. Charlie Melancon. Several things about this poll are […]