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  • New Zogby Poll: Obama Recovers, Congress Suffers from Shutdown

    10/13/2013 1:56:50 PM PDT · by Berlin_Freeper · 60 replies
    forbes.com ^ | 10/13/2013 | Forbes
    A new poll by Zogby Analytics shows President Barack Obama bouncing a couple of points from a low 43% job approval rating two weeks ago. The new poll of 909 likely voters conducted online October 9 and 10, has the President up to 45% approval and 52% disapproval. The poll’s margin of sampling error is +/- 3 percentage points.
  • Zogby: Sandy Helping Obama With Independents

    11/03/2012 5:56:48 AM PDT · by lasereye · 77 replies
    Newsmax ^ | 11/2/12 | John Bachman and Patrick Hobin
    Despite President Barack Obama turning the tide with a five-point swing among Independents with his response to Hurricane Sandy, the race is still too close to call, pollster John Zogby tells Newsmax TV. The latest NewsmaxZogby polling numbers show Obama, who was down three points just a few days ago, has pulled ahead by a couple of points. Zogby said the president is “turning the tide with Independents.” “He was down by as many as nine and 10 points nationally among independents and now what we see is that that’s a razor thin,” he said. “The governor leads by only...
  • ZOGBY: President Obama’s weekly report card (Oct. 8-14)

    10/14/2012 7:18:58 PM PDT · by Jean S · 14 replies
    Washington Times ^ | 10/14/12 | By John Zogby - Special to The Washington Times
    Pollster John Zogby grades the president’s week and how its events affect his re-election chances.Grade: C“President Obama enters his second debate with Republican Mitt Romney on the defensive. Polls are showing a very close race and I have brand new polling numbers from this weekend showing Mr. Obama leading 47 percent to 44 percent; the race was tied at 45 percent apiece in the Washington Times/Zogby Poll just last week.
  • Brand New Nationwide Poll: Obama 47%, Romney 44%

    10/14/2012 6:44:52 PM PDT · by libh8er · 59 replies
    Forbes ^ | Zogby
    A NewsmaxZogby Poll of 863 likely voters taken on Friday and Saturday show President Barack Obama in a dead heat with GOP challenger Governor Mitt Romney – Obama 47% to Romney 44%. Nine percent are undecided. The nationwide online poll has a margin of error of +/-3.4 points. The Five Best Parody Twitter Accounts of the 2012 Election Alex Kantrowitz Alex Kantrowitz Contributor The Mitt Romney 'Completely Wrong' Google Bomb Tim Worstall Tim Worstall Contributor The joint venture between the Florida-based publisher and my polling firm will feature tracking polls in Ohio, Florida, Virginia and nationally right up to Election...
  • IBOPE Zogby Poll: Cain Expands Lead Over GOP Field & Leads Obama, 46%-44%

    10/06/2011 1:14:23 PM PDT · by TexasFreeper2009 · 273 replies
    IBOPE zogby international ^ | 10/6/11 | Corry Schiermeyer
    Cains share of the GOP primary has jumped 10 percentage points since Sept. 26 and is now at 38%. Mitt Romney is second with 18%, followed by both Rick Perry and Ron Paul, at 12% each.
  • Poll: Cain surges, opens up 20-point lead on Romney (shock and awe)

    10/07/2011 7:43:44 AM PDT · by Libloather · 161 replies
    Yahoo ^ | 10/07/11 | Alexis Levinson
    Poll: Cain surges, opens up 20-point lead on RomneyBy Alexis Levinson - The Daily Caller 1 hr 9 mins ago In news sure to inject shock and awe into the Republican political primary season, a Zogby poll released Thursday showed Herman Cain leading the Republican field, topping former front-runner Mitt Romney by an astonishing 20 points. Cain would also narrowly edge out Obama in a general election, the poll found, by a 46�“44 margin. Romney, the former Massachusetts governor, would lose by a point to the president, 40 percent to 41 percent. Texas governor Rick Perry, who has slipped in...
  • Poll launches Mitt Romney as GOP ‘front-runner’

    07/29/2010 5:54:47 AM PDT · by DM1 · 55 replies · 1+ views
    The Boston Herald ^ | 7/29/2010 | Dave Wedge
    Former Bay State Gov. Mitt Romney is a “major player” nipping at the heels of President Obama and stands as the GOP’s best shot to reclaim the Oval Office in 2012, a new national poll shows. “In many ways, he’s arguably the establishment front-runner,” pollster John Zogby said of a new poll showing Romney trailing President Obama by just 2 percentage points. “He’s got name recognition, he’s been through it before, and he did credibly in 2008. He’s a major player in the race.” The Zogby poll of 8,487 likely voters showed Obama edging Romney out 45 to 43 percent....
  • New Zogby Poll 1/28/08 Gives McCain 3-pt. Lead

    01/28/2008 2:39:33 AM PST · by levotb · 64 replies · 215+ views
    Zogby International ^ | 1/28/08 | levotb
    Released: January 28, 2008 Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby Poll: McCain Gets Endorsement Boost, leads again in Florida Giuliani passes Huckabee; is stuck in a distant third place UTICA, New York – In what’s become a two-man game for the Republicans, Arizona Sen. John McCain now holds a slim lead over rival Mitt Romney while all others lag well behind in the Florida primary race, the latest Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby telephone tracking poll shows. Boosted by a strong endorsement from Republican Gov. Charlie Crist, McCain has 33% support, compared to former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, who wins 30% backing. The two leaders have been locked in...
  • Zogby Polling Seeks Damage Control After Election Day Flub

    12/09/2004 2:21:14 AM PST · by kattracks · 181 replies · 12,287+ views
    CNSNEWS.com ^ | 12/09/04 | Marc Morano
    Capitol Hill (CNSNews.com) - Following an Election Day prediction that Democratic candidate John Kerry would win more than 300 electoral votes and the presidency, one of America's most well known polling firms continued the job Wednesday of explaining its flawed projection. Shawnta Watson Walcott, communications director for Zogby International, joined a group of liberal Democrats at a faux congressional hearing focused on whether fraud influenced the Nov. 2 outcome. "... it has become increasingly clear that this election has produced unprecedented levels of suspicion regarding its outcome, and we join this panel discussion in an attempt to find a...
  • ZOGBY's DELUSIONS

    11/04/2004 12:11:46 PM PST · by golch1979 · 48 replies · 6,233+ views
    Polling firm Zogby International accurately predicted President Bush's Ohio victory, as well as the defeat of Senate Minority Leader Tom Daschle in South Dakota, and accurately forecast the outcome of every Senate race in our final battleground poll, conducted October 29 through November 1, 2004. The margin of error was +/- 4.1 percentage points. PRESIDENTIAL VOTE -2004 STATE BUSH KERRY CO-Actual 53% 46% CO-Zogby 49% 47% FL-Actual 52% 47% FL-Zogby 48% 48% IA-Actual 50% 49% IA-Zogby 45% 50% MI-Actual 48% 51% MI-Zogby 46% 52% MN-Actual 48% 51% MN-Zogby 45% 51% NV-Actual 51% 48% NV-Zogby 50% 45% NM-Actual 50% 49% NM-Zogby...
  • ***MEDVED RIPS ZOGBY'S PROJECTION***

    11/02/2004 3:03:54 PM PST · by Mighty_Quinn · 70 replies · 496+ views
    THE NEWS MEDIA IS TRYING TO GET PRO-KERRY POLLING DATA TO MAKE AN EARLY CALL FOR HIM IN ORDER TO DISCOURAGE GOP AFTER-HOURS VOTE... or so says Michael Medved, citing information the GOP has recently received. He then goes on to rip apart the Zogby electoral projection. He notes that Zogby admits calling some states he doesn't even have new polling data for. It's all smoke and mirrors. George Friedman, Medved's guest, says this is actually good for the GOP. He thinks that the greatest danger is that the GOP might become complacent. I don't know if I agree with...
  • Zogby has OH, FL going to Bush... VA, PA toss-up.

    11/02/2004 11:05:34 AM PST · by deezle · 110 replies · 491+ views
    Zogby ^ | 11/2/04 | Deezle
    This looks good to me... because Bush will get VA and it seems like CO and NM should be pretty easy too. http://www.zogby.com/
  • New Zogby State Numbers (FL-Tied, Bush Leads CO, OH, NV, Kerry Leads IA, MI, MN, NM, PA, WI)

    11/01/2004 4:04:10 PM PST · by lowteksh · 48 replies · 1,852+ views
    Reuters ^ | 11-1-2004 | Zogby
    The state-by-state results: In Colorado, Bush led 49-47 percent; Florida, tied at 48 percent; Iowa, Kerry 50-45 percent; Michigan, Kerry 52-46 percent; Minnesota, Kerry 51-45 percent; New Mexico, Kerry 51-48 percent; Nevada, Bush 50-45 percent; Ohio, Bush 49-43 percent; Pennsylvania, Kerry 50-46; and Wisconsin, Kerry 51-45 percent.
  • Zogby Says Bush "is right where he needs to be" (Sunday, October 30, 2004)

    10/31/2004 7:24:03 AM PST · by picturefan · 68 replies · 3,723+ views
    Pollster John Zogby: “The race is enjoined fully. Each man has consolidated his own base. Bush has good leads in the Red States, among investors, and among Republicans, Born Again Christians, Men, and married voters. He is right where he needs to be. Zogby International conducted interviews of 1207 likely voters chosen at random nationwide. All calls were made from Zogby International headquarters in Utica, N.Y., from October 28 through October 30, 2004. The margin of error is +/- 2.9 percentage points. Slight weights were added to region, party, age, race, religion, gender, to more accurately reflect the voting population....
  • Reuters Poll: Bush Moves Into Dead Heat with Kerry (Kerry "bounce" gone after 2nd debate!)

    10/12/2004 4:21:30 AM PDT · by The G Man · 83 replies · 3,017+ views
    Reuters ^ | 10/12/04
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Bush (news - web sites) bounced back into a tie with Democratic challenger John Kerry (news - web sites) one day before their final debate, according to a Reuters/Zogby poll released on Tuesday. Bush gained three points on the Massachusetts senator to move into a 45-45 percent dead heat in the latest three-day tracking poll of the White House campaign.(SNIP)
  • Zogby Online Polling BIAS questioning (Vanity) Tin Man and Scarecrow question?

    10/12/2004 5:52:35 AM PDT · by IndianPrincessOK · 15 replies · 694+ views
    Zogby Online poll | 10/12/04 | Marc Zogby
    If this is not an example of the bias in polling, I don't know what is. I received from Zogby the hyperlinks to polling for Presidential elections. There were very suggestive and manipulative and downright propaganda questioning such as listed below. Tin Man or Scarecrow, brains or lack of???? Of course there is a question in regard to stem cell research too...You think Zogby is trying to help Kerry??? Come on! I think we all need to share this information when the polling is so blatantly bias...can now understand WHY Zogby's polling is Kerry leaning.... -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Who would you more...
  • Kerry Opens Three-Point Lead on Bush (MSM-Zogby ALert)

    10/11/2004 11:41:12 AM PDT · by Jacob Kell · 24 replies · 1,134+ views
    Reuters (by way of My Way) ^ | Oct 11, 2004 | John Whitesides
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democratic challenger John Kerry expanded his slight lead over President Bush to three points in a tight race for the White House, according to a Reuters/Zogby poll released on Monday. The Massachusetts senator held a 47-44 percent lead over Bush in the latest three-day tracking poll, up two points from Sunday. Bush's support dropped one point and Kerry's support rose one point in the new poll. The close race turns up the pressure for Wednesday's final debate in Tempe, Arizona, when the White House rivals will have another chance to make their case to voters on domestic...
  • Zogby poll compares candidate to Wizard of Oz

    10/11/2004 10:21:27 AM PDT · by RightSideRedux · 43 replies · 1,979+ views
    Right Side Redux ^ | 10/11/04 | Justin Hart
    Zogby has been doing a fair amount of polling over the Internet. This mornings poll asks the usual questions for presidential polling and then throws in this gem: "Who would you more likely vote for president - the Tin Man who is all brains and no heart or the Scarecrow who is heart and no brain?" Which candidate is which.
  • Zogbys demographics

    10/11/2004 10:56:37 AM PDT · by Murp · 6 replies · 330+ views
    Zogbys web site | 10-11-04 | Murp
    The Zogby poll released on l0-7, gave Bush a 2% lead. The demographics stated that Kerry led among 18-29 years olds 56%-31%. Todays poll gives Kerry a 3% lead, while stating that Bush NOW leads among 18-29 year olds by 47%-38%. Todays poll demographics also state that Bush leads by 11% among married couples, but that it is not enough to offset Kerrys lead among singles.
  • Zogby demographics

    10/11/2004 10:27:51 AM PDT · by Murp · 4 replies · 211+ views
    Zogby demographics web site. | 10-11-04 | Murp
    Todays Zogby poll gives Kerry a 3% lead. Zogbys October 7th poll gave Bush a 2% lead. In the October 7th poll, Zogby states that Kerry leads Bush among 18-29s by 56%-31%. In the October 11th poll, Zogby says that Bush has taken over the lead among 18-29s. How can Kerry GAIN 5 points in 4 days, while losing such a huge lead among l8-29s?
  • POLL-Kerry Opens Three-Point Lead on Bush

    10/11/2004 7:48:38 AM PDT · by nckerr · 75 replies · 3,149+ views
    Reuters ^ | 10-11-2004 | John Whitesides
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democratic challenger John Kerry (news - web sites) expanded his slight lead over President Bush (news - web sites) to three points in a tight race for the White House, according to a Reuters/Zogby poll released on Monday. The Massachusetts senator held a 47-44 percent lead over Bush in the latest three-day tracking poll, up two points from Sunday. Bush's support dropped one point and Kerry's support rose one point in the new poll. The close race turns up the pressure for Wednesday's final debate in Tempe, Arizona, when the White House rivals will have another chance...
  • Heads UP on Zogby Poll being done today

    10/11/2004 7:27:40 AM PDT · by Jerry W. Howard · 33 replies · 2,502+ views
    Vanity ^ | JW Howard
    Sorry for the "Vanity" post, but this might be significant: New Zogby poll being conducted today includes several pages of very well thought out "Ad Research Focus Group" stuff. Majority of entire poll form devoted to researching effective Political Ad potential of simi-subliminal points. Many "Freedom vs. Safety" & "US Dominance vs. Global Approval" etc. Most bizzare question: "For President would you vote for: (1) The Tin Man, who has a brain but no heart, - or (2) The Scarecrow, who has a heart, but no brain. I did not make that up -- it was on the form. I...
  • Humor: ZogB.S. Tracking Poll Says Kerry Pulling Away.

    10/11/2004 7:09:59 AM PDT · by TitansAFC · 40 replies · 2,421+ views
    ZogB.S. | 10-11-04 | TitansAFC
    La La Land (Reuters) - Democratic challenger John Kerry expanded his lead over President Bush to eight points in a widening race for the White House, according to a Reuters/Zogby poll released on Monday. The Massachusetts senator held a 53-45 percent lead over Bush in the latest three-day tracking poll, up five points from last week. The poll found two percent of likely voters are still undecided about the race with barely more than two weeks to go until the Nov. 2 election, and 16 percent of the voters who identify themselves as independents are undecided. "Wednesday's debate was vital...
  • zogby - Kerry 47 Bush 44

    10/11/2004 6:33:29 AM PDT · by big time major leaguer · 70 replies · 3,308+ views
    Zogby / Reuters ^ | 10/11/2004 | Zogby / Reuters
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democratic challenger John Kerry expanded his slight lead over President Bush to three points in a tight race for the White House, according to a Reuters/Zogby poll released on Monday. The Massachusetts senator held a 47-44 percent lead over Bush in the latest three-day tracking poll, up two points from Sunday. Bush's support dropped one point and Kerry's support rose one point in the new poll.
  • Zobgy International Poll Finds Oregon 43 Bush - 53 Kerry

    09/10/2004 5:11:39 AM PDT · by okstate · 7 replies · 684+ views
    Zogby International ^ | Sept 9 2004 | Zogby International
    Despite Al Gore’s razor thin margin over George Bush in the 2000 election, Oregon does not appear to be on track for a repeat performance. A new Zogby International telephone survey shows Senator John Kerry ahead of President George Bush by ten points (53% to 43%). The telephone poll of 430 likely voters in Oregon was conducted on Thursday, September 2, 2004. The margin of error is +/-4.8. Mr. Bush scores low in three areas that would be critical to carrying Oregon in this election. Two in five (42%) approve of the President’s job in office; two in five (41%)...
  • Democrat John Kerry Clings To A Narrow Labor Day Lead, New Zogby Interactive

    09/07/2004 5:28:29 PM PDT · by Bungarian · 48 replies · 2,282+ views
    Zogby ^ | 09/07/2004 | Zogby
    Democrat John Kerry Clings To A Narrow Labor Day Lead, New Zogby Interactive Presidential Battleground Poll Reveals It’s almost as if there were no conventions at all. The latest numbers in the Zogby Interactive Presidential Battleground Poll shows the race almost exactly where it was in late July before the Democrats gathered in Boston. But the dynamics are different, as President Bush continues a slow advance from lows earlier this year that included nagging problems: a nation facing serious trouble in Iraq and an economy making what critics called a “jobless recovery.’’ All the while, he took a pounding over...
  • It's Not an 11-Point Race - Zogby ("Kerry's on the ropes.")

    09/07/2004 12:12:58 PM PDT · by Rutles4Ever · 69 replies · 5,506+ views
    Zogby International ^ | 9/7/2004 | John Zogby
    The Republican National Convention is over and score it a huge success for President George W. Bush. For one solid week he was on message and got Americans who watched to listen to the message he intends to carry in the fall campaign: leadership, decisiveness and success battling the war on terrorism. The convention actually followed another big week for Mr. Bush and equally dismal one for his opponent, Democratic Senator John Kerry. Now the first polls are out. I have Mr. Bush leading by 2 points in the simple head-to-head match up - 46% to 44%. Add in the...
  • Flashback: The man behind the numbers (Zogby's dirty tricks profiled)

    09/07/2004 12:29:27 PM PDT · by Cableguy · 18 replies · 1,974+ views
    US News & World Report | Feb 2004 | Michael Barone
    Ask just about anyone in the political world who the most controversial pollster is, and you'll get the same answer: John Zogby. Some in the political world swear by him; others swear at the mention of his name. Zogby admits that some of his methods are unorthodox. But his numbers have sometimes been far closer to election results than other pollsters', as when he showed the surge toward Al Gore in the last three days of the 2000 presidential campaign. Zogby, 55, did not start off to be a pollster. He grew up in a Lebanese-American family in gritty Utica,...