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  • Nevada 2012: Palin 50.1%, Obama 49.9% or Palin 42%, Obama 46.5% (W/O Assumptions)

    04/27/2011 7:50:35 PM PDT · by unseen1 · 25 replies
    Poll Insider ^ | 04/27/2011 | pollinsider
    In 2008, Barack Obama defeated John McCain in Nevada by a whopping 12%, 55%-43%. By analyzing a recent PPP release, we note that Palin is within 4% points, or even tied depending on how deep your analysis goes. First, the PPP results show that Obama leads Palin by 50%-39% in the state, which isn’t even bad by any measure. But, like always, that poll is incredibly skewed towards Democrats as they make up a whopping 45% of those polled, to just 35% Republicans and 20% Independents. (In 2010, the Democrats only accounted for 35% of the vote and in Democrat-heavy...
  • According to PPP, people who didn’t vote or remember if they voted don’t approve of Fla Gov. Scott

    03/30/2011 7:57:55 AM PDT · by Qbert · 4 replies
    Left Coast Rebel ^ | 3.29.2011 | Sam Foster
    A week ago, I called out Public Policy Polling as a political spin machine instead of credible pollster: Still, there are a number of things to consider before taking PPP at their word. After 2010 elections, which PPP did a good job polling, many have noticed a dramatic pull toward narrative building as opposed to informational reporting. Especially their Charlie Sheen/Sarah Palin gimmick (Nate Silver’s words, not mine). While PPP is associated with Daily Kos, they’re accuracy in 2010 elections won over my doubts. However, in a very new development, they are also teaming up with the SEIU and given...
  • Poll- Independents would support Charlie Sheen over Sarah Palin for President (BARF: PPP poll)

    03/17/2011 8:46:29 AM PDT · by Qbert · 28 replies
    Political Carnival ^ | 3/17/2011 | Paddy
    OMG, I’m dying here. We’ve found a lot of brutal poll numbers for Sarah Palin so far in 2011: down in South Dakota, down in South Carolina, down in Arizona, only up by 1 point in Texas, only up by 1 point in Nebraska to name a few. But this has to be the worst- independent voters say they would support Charlie Sheen over Palin for President by a 41/36 margin. Seriously. Despite her deficit with independents Palin does lead Sheen 49-29 overall. We also tested Barack Obama against Sheen and the President leads 57-24. Sheen is one of the...
  • For Palin there's no place like home...in a bad way (PPP Survey says she has 33% favorability in AK)

    12/30/2010 7:11:47 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 61 replies · 835+ views
    It's a well known fact that Sarah Palin is the most unpopular major political figure in the country...one thing that may be less well known is that one of the states where voters have the dimmest view of her is her own home state of Alaska. We've polled Palin's favorability in ten states over the last couple months. In Alaska just 33% of voters have a favorable opinion of her to 58% with a negative one. The only place where fewer voters see her positively than her own home state is dark blue Massachusetts. Democrats hate Palin in Alaska...
  • A straw in the wind? (Michele Bachmann for Senate 2012?)

    12/14/2010 9:49:18 AM PST · by astyanax · 25 replies
    Power Line ^ | December 13, 2010 | Paul Mirengoff
    A PPP poll shows that Michele Bachmann is easily the first choice of Minnesota Republicans to run for the Senate in 2012. 36 percent say they prefer her as the nominee, compared to 20 percent for Tim Pawlenty and 14 percent for Norm Coleman. I have no idea whether any of these three is interested in running for the Senate in 2012. But I think this poll adds credence to some of my speculation about what to expect in the 2012 Republican presidential primaries. I've been suggesting that, if she runs, Sarah Palin might be able to attract 30 to...
  • Palin's Republican Problem (PPP Poll)

    12/08/2010 3:06:19 PM PST · by FTJM · 107 replies
    Public Policy Polling ^ | 12/8/10 | Tom Jensen
    It's well documented that Sarah Palin has problems with Democrats and independents, but the first seven states where we've looked at the 2012 Presidential election make it clear that she has a Republican problem as well. It's not that Republicans don't like her- on our last national poll 68% rated her favorably, making her easily the most popular prospective 2012 candidate with Mike Huckabee at 63%, Newt Gingrich at 57%, and Mitt Romney at 56%. It's that a lot of the Republicans who don't like her- in contrast to the Republicans who don't like Huckabee, Gingrich, or Romney- aren't willing...
  • PPP Poll: Mixed Reviews in Missouri for Obama (PPP results show him trailing all but Palin!)

    12/02/2010 12:53:35 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 130 replies · 2+ views
    Barack Obama's best chance to win Missouri may have passed...unless the Republicans nominate Sarah Palin or Newt Gingrich. After losing the state by the smallest of margins in 2008 Obama is now unpopular in the state, with 52% of voters disapproving of him to only 43% who approve. He trails Mike Huckabee by 7 points (49-42) and Mitt Romney by 6 points (47-41) in hypothetical match ups. But Palin and Gingrich are even more unpopular in the state than he is and as a result he leads Palin by a 46-43 margin and trails Gingrich only 45-44. Huckabee is...
  • The 2012 Senate Class (polls look good)

    11/08/2010 1:28:14 PM PST · by bilhosty · 20 replies
    PPP ^ | November 8, 2010 | PPP Polls
    There were a ton of competitive Senate races in 2010 and the playing field could be even wider in 2012. Since the beginning of August PPP has polled on the approval ratings of 18 Senators who are up for reelection next time around. 9 of the 18 have an approval spread somewhere that's between +10 and -10, indicating the kind of ambiguous feelings toward an incumbent that can lead to a competitive race. The three least popular and conceivably most vulnerable Senators up next time that we've polled on are Joe Lieberman, Claire McCaskill, and Debbie Stabenow.
  • Fresh Senate Polls in W.V., Nev., Wisc., Wash., Conn., Del. (O'Donnell crushed)

    10/12/2010 10:48:00 PM PDT · by tlb · 163 replies · 1+ views
    Weekly Standard ^ | Oct 12, 2010 | JOHN MCCORMACK
    Public Policy Polling, a Democratic firm, shows West Virginia governor and Democratic Senate candidate Joe Manchin leading Republican John Raese by 3 points (48% to 45%), just a couple weeks after trailing Raese by a few points. It will be interesting to see if other pollsters pick up the same movement. Last week, Rasmussen showed Raese leading Manchin 50% to 44%. Nevada race remains tight. PPP shows Harry Reid leading Sharron Angle by 2 points in Nevada (47% to 45%). But Fox News finds Angle with 2 point lead (49% to 47%). From Fox's other polls out today (GOP candidates...
  • Raese +3 over Manchin! Per PPP

    09/21/2010 10:17:29 AM PDT · by RedPriest73 · 14 replies
    Publinc Policy Polling ^ | 09-21-2010 | PPP
    Raleigh, N.C. – If the election were held today, Robert Byrd’s U.S. Senate seat from West Virginia would be held by a Republican and someone other than Byrd for the first time in 52 years. Though Governor Joe Manchin is still very popular, with a stellar 59-32 approval rating, second among those PPP has measured this year to Louisiana’s Bobby Jindal, he is trailing Republican opponent John Raese, 43-46, among likely voters.
  • PPP on Delaware: Coons Up Big. Coons 50, O' Donnell 34

    09/15/2010 9:23:16 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 168 replies
    PPP ^ | 09/15/2010
    Republicans more than likely cost themselves a Senate seat last night. Chris Coons begins the general election in Delaware with a 50-34 lead over Christine O'Donnell. Mike Castle would have led Coons by a 45-35 margin. While O'Donnell may have ingratiated herself to Delaware's small group of registered Republicans over the last month she's turned off everyone else. An August Daily Kos/PPP poll in Delaware found her favorability rating at 23/33. It's now 29/50. If Castle had won he would have received more Democratic support than any other Republican Senate candidate in the country. Now our polling suggests with O'Donnell's...
  • Muslim Ideological Council: Obama to be named "Caliph of Muslims"

    09/03/2010 6:14:16 PM PDT · by combat_boots · 31 replies
    Atlas Shrugs ^ | 3 Sept 2010 | Pam Geller
    One billion muslims can't be wrong: Pak Minister wants Obama to be ''leader of all Muslims'' MSN Islamabad, Sep 2 (PTI) A Pakistani minister wants US President Barack Obama to offer Eid prayers at Ground Zero in New York and become the "Amir-ul-Momineen" or Caliph of Muslims. Minister of State for Industries Ayatullah Durrani, who belongs to the ruling Pakistan People''s Party, said the upcoming Eid-ul-Fitr festival, expected to be observed on September 11, would be a "golden opportunity" for Obama to offer Eid prayers and declare himself the leader of all Muslims. "In this way, all the problems of...
  • PPP poll: Sarah Palin leads GOP field — among Republicans who say they’ve smoked pot

    08/14/2010 8:04:38 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 111 replies · 1+ views
    Hotair ^ | 08/15/2010 | AllahPundit
    Who was it, remind me, who was ahead of the curve on this? Who was it who called on her to gently appeal to the legalization crowd weeks before she ended up dropping that mini-bombshell on Napolitano’s show about marijuana laws being overenforced?C’mon. I have, like, three good ideas a year. Give a man some props. Among Republicans who say they’ve smoked Marijuana:Palin 25 Gingrich 22 Huckabee 17 Romney 17 Paul 8Among Republicans who say they have not smoked Marijuana:Huckabee 24 Romney 23 Gingrich 21 Palin 21 Paul 3 The sample size was only, er, 83 people, but even so,...
  • Public Policy Polling (PPP): Democrats Now Trending Upwards

    08/02/2010 1:04:57 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 7 replies · 3+ views
    If you simply look at the national trends Democrats are in pretty bad shape right now. Barack Obama's approval numbers are hitting record lows in a lot of polling and the balance of the generic ballot surveys show Republicans in the lead. If you look at the trends in the actual races though things are getting sunnier for the Democrats. In June and July PPP polled eight Senate match ups that we had a previous poll to compare to- in all eight the Democratic candidate improved his/her position, by an average of 4.25 points. There's a variety of reason...
  • 2012 Florida/Nevada GOP Numbers (Wikipedia: "PPP Is A Democratic-Party Affiliated Polling Firm"

    07/27/2010 2:00:43 AM PDT · by Laissez-faire capitalist · 19 replies · 1+ views
    Public Policy Polling (PPP) ^ | 7/27/2010 | Staff
    Mitt Romney's the favorite at this early stage in a couple key Republican primary states: Florida and Nevada. Romney came up short in Florida last time, but for now Republicans in the state prefer him to the other leading potential 2012 candidates. Romney gets 31% with Palin and Gingrich tied for second at 23% and Huckabee and Paul further back at 15% and 6% respectively. These numbers are good news for Romney and bad news for Huckabee and Palin...
  • Crist continues to lead Rubio in new PPP poll

    07/20/2010 4:14:21 PM PDT · by gumbyandpokey · 58 replies
    publicpolicypolling ^ | 7/18/10 | publicpolicypolling
    Tuesday, July 20, 2010 Crist Looking Good Thanks mostly to support from Democrats Charlie Crist is the leader in the Florida Senate race. In the most likely match up against Kendrick Meek he gets 35% to 29% for Marco Rubio and 17% for Meek. His lead expands with Jeff Greene as the Democratic nominee. In that scenario Crist gets 38% with Rubio still at 29% and Greene at only 13%. Crist has become the de facto Democratic nominee and that's where most of his support is coming from. He's currently getting 44% of Democrats in the Meek match up, along...
  • PPP: Obama, Palin tied 46/46 in 2012 polling

    07/15/2010 10:38:13 AM PDT · by Lou Budvis · 35 replies · 1+ views
    Hot Air ^ | 7/15/10 | Ed Morrissey
    No, this is not coming from Rasmussen or an internal GOP poll, but from the normally Democrat-sympathetic Public Policy Polling. PPP pitted Barack Obama against five potential Republican challengers for the 2012 presidential campaign, and the only one Obama beat was … Jan Brewer. Even that, PPP admitted, resulted from Brewer’s lack of name recognition. The headline, though, is Sarah Palin’s dead heat with the President:
  • The Obama Effect (Barry's endorsement now hurting Dems)

    06/18/2010 2:58:56 PM PDT · by OldDeckHand · 9 replies · 240+ views
    Public Policy Polling Blogspot ^ | 06/18/2010 | Tom Jensen
    Democrats are going to have to think really carefully about how they deploy Barack Obama for campaigning this fall. Polls we've conducted nationally and in several different states over the last few weeks have found that a candidate being endorsed by Obama is much more likely to elicit a negative response from Republican voters than a positive one from Democrats. PPP's most recent national survey found that while Obama had a positive approval rating at 48/47, only 33% of voters were more likely to vote for a candidate endorsed by him while 48% said support from Obama would make them...
  • Rut-Rohh...another poll on Fiorina has her up by 20. (Devore in 3rd).

    05/25/2010 4:28:06 PM PDT · by ak267 · 42 replies · 768+ views
    Conservatives4Palin ^ | 05/25/2010 | ak267
    Turning to California, we noted last week that a poll, this one by the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC), indicated Carly Fiorina had moved ahead of Tom Campbell, albeit the two candidates were both within the margin of error. Still, the poll was significant in that Campbell had consistently been narrowly ahead of Fiorina for weeks and this was the first poll to reverse that trend. We wondered at the time if the poll could have been an outlier. Late yesterday Survey USA released a poll which threw cold water on the idea that the PPIC poll was an...
  • Governor Palin Leads in Colorado

    05/18/2010 3:06:35 PM PDT · by SmokingJoe · 25 replies · 820+ views
    http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/pdf/PPP_Release_CO_518.pdf | May 18, 2010 | Public Policy Polling
    If the Republican candidates for President in 2012 were Newt Gingrich, Mike Huckabee, Sarah Palin, Ron Paul, and Mitt Romney who would you vote for? If Newt Gingrich, press 1. If Mike Huckabee, press 2. If Sarah Palin, press 3. If Ron Paul, press 4. If Mitt Romney, press 5. If you’re undecided, press 6 Gingrich ........... 16% Huckabee............ 18% Palin............... 29% Paul ................ 9% Romney ............. 25% Undecided............ 3% Compared to April's survey: Huckabee......... 17% Palin............ 25% Romney........... 44% Undecided........ 14%http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/pdf/PPP_Release_FLCO_311.pdf April had no Gingrich or Paul as options It would appear that Gingrich played the Grinch, and took...