Public Policy Polling

Some articles on public policy, public policy polling, polling:

California Gubernatorial Election, 2010 - Polling - General Election
21% Rasmussen Reports November 17, 500 ... ±4.5% 41% 41% 3% 14% Public Policy Institute of California December 16, 2009 2,004 ±2.0% 43% 37% –– 20% The Field Poll January 5–17, 958 ... ±3.3 ...
Lex Green (Illinois Politician) - General Election - Polling
... October 3, 500 ... ±4.4% 43% 37% 3% 8% 8% (Public Policy Polling) September 30, 470 ... ±4.5% 35% 42% 4% 8% 11% Chicago Tribune (report) September 24–28, 600 ... ±4% 39% 38 ... August 23, 750 ... ±4.0% 37% 46% – 6% 11% Public Policy Polling (report) August 14–15, 576 ... ±4.1% 30% 39% 11% – 6% Rasmussen Reports (report) August 9 ...
Statewide Opinion Polling For Hillary Clinton For The United States Presidential Election, 2008 - Opinion Polling - North Carolina
15 electoral votes Poll Source Date administered Democrat % Republican % Public Policy Polling May 28-May 29, 2008 Hillary Clinton 34% John McCain 39% Survey USA May 17-Ma ...
Recognition Of Same-sex Unions In Wisconsin - Public Opinion
... Same-Sex Marriage in Wisconsin Polling Firm Month Link Favor Oppose Public Policy Polling May 46 ... Public Policy Polling August 50 ... Public Policy ...
Statewide Opinion Polling For The April, May, And June Democratic Party Presidential Primaries, 2008 - North Carolina
... Sample size 781 LV Margin of error ± 3% May 4, 2008 Obama 48%, Clinton 45%, Undecided 7% Public Policy Polling Sample size 870 LV Margin of error ± 3.3 ...

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