In the 2014 midterm elections, YouGov polled every state and congressional district. This note provides detailed information about the performance of YouGov’s Governor polls. Analyses of Senate and House polls are posted separately. YouGov polled Gubernatorial races four times for CBS News and the New York Times over the course ...
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Obama fatigue? The Economist/YouGov poll conducted immediately before the midterm elections reveals discontent with the president in a number of important areas President Obama was hurting even before the Democrats’ crushing loss in the 2014 midterm elections, with Americans thinking poorly of him on almost all levels: half said he cared little ...
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This note provides detailed information about the performance of YouGov's House polls. An analysis of YouGov's Senate polls can be found here.  In the 2014 midterm elections, YouGov polled all 435 congressional districts for the CBS News/New York Times Battleground Trackers. CBS and the New York Times identified 44 congressional ...
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In the 2014 midterm elections, YouGov polled every state and congressional district. This note provides detailed information about the performance of YouGov's Senate polls. An analysis of the House polls can be found here. YouGov polled Senate races four times for CBS News and the New York Times over the ...
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Mitt Romney is still very popular among Republicans, but the rest of the country does not want him to run in 2016 Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican Presidential nominee, remains among the most popular of possible 2016 Republican candidates – but just among Republicans.   In the latest ...
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A large majority of Americans think that Malala Yousafzai's Peace Prize was well deserved, but opinion is divided on whether the Peace Prize committee's decisions are generally good It seems that Democrats and Republicans agree on very little these days, but they do agree on one thing:  Malala Yousafzai deserved ...
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Americans are less worried this week about contracting Ebola, but a large majority still support strict controls on potential Ebola victims Americans are a little less worried than they were last week about their own risk of being infected with the Ebola virus, but the latest Economist/YouGov Poll continues to ...
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