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(Week of 11/10/2012)  In the week after the election, relatively few Romney supporters say they are hoping for compromise with the President from the GOP-controlled House of Representatives. In the latest Economist/YouGov Poll, nearly two out of three Romney supporters say they would rather have a member of Congress who stands up for ...
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(Week of 11/10/2012)  A consistent finding of Economist/YouGov polls throughout the summer and early fall of 2012 was that supporters of Republican Mitt Romney were much more likely than supporters of President Obama to be paying attention to the campaign — and also to express greater enthusiasm about it. That basic trend remained ...
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YouGov conducted a three wave "megapoll" during the recent U.S. national elections, providing detailed estimates for the national popular vote and Presidential and Senate races in 27 states (a total of 51 contests). As in the 2008 Presidential and 2010 midterm elections, YouGov hit the national vote split with almost ...
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Barack Obama secured re-election by maintaining the coalition that gave him victory four years ago: black and Hispanic voters, young Americans, women and Americans with post-graduate degrees. These outnumbered Mitt Romney’s supporters among white men, older Americans and people who have not been to college. This emerges clearly from analysis ...
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Democratic President Barack Obama has moved out to a marginal lead over Republican challenger Mitt Romney in Wisconsin, 50% Obama to 46% Romney, in a YouGov poll of 1,225 likely voters statewide. In Wisconsin (Oct 31-Nov 3): The vote is close among likely voters who are Independents, 45% Romney-44% Obama. ...
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Democratic President Barack Obama leads nominally over Republican challenger Mitt Romney in Virginia, 48% Obama to 46% Romney, in a YouGov poll of 1,497 likely voters statewide. In Virginia (Oct 31-Nov 3): Obama has a marginal lead among likely voters who are Independents, 44% for Obama and 41% for Romney. ...
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Democratic President Barack Obama holds a marginal, 4-point lead over Republican challenger Mitt Romney in Nevada, 49% Obama to 45% Romney, in a YouGov poll of 732 likely voters statewide.  In Nevada (Oct 31-Nov 3): Romney enjoys a large lead among likely voters who are Independents, 48% for Romney and ...
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