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New CNN Poll: GOP Embrace of Trump on Immigration May Come at a Political Cost

GOP Will Have Tough Time Distancing Themselves from Ugly Policies As we highlighted yesterday, internal Republican polling of battleground congressional districts found that the cruel family separation policy has hurt President Trump and Republicans’ standing among moderates and independents in congressional battlegrounds. Despite the toll, the Republicans’ midterm “divide and distract” strategy is all about … Continue reading »

Latest Polling Shows Embattled Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton in Dead Heat in Bid For Reelection

According to recent polling, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is now in a dead heat in his bid for reelection. Saddled with legal troubles because of an indictment on securities fraud, Paxton led the recent lawsuit trying to force an immediate end to the DACA program, which was recently — and surprisingly — rebuffed by … Continue reading »

Smart Campaigns Invest in Latino Voter Engagement – and Not Doing So is a Missed Opportunity

The first installment of the new NALEO Educational Fund and Latino Decisions weekly tracking poll of Latino voters in the runup to the 2018 elections finds that campaigns’ efforts to reach, mobilize, and persuade Latino voters may be under-resourced. Meanwhile, the success of candidates such as Ayanna Pressley in Massachusetts and Beto O’Rourke in Texas … Continue reading »

New Poll: Nation’s Most Competitive Races May Hinge on Trump’s Racism

A recording of today’s call is available here The slides from the presentation are available here Today, the NAACP released results from a new poll, conducted for the NAACP by the African American Research Collaborative and Latino Decisions, pulling data from voters in 61 of the nation’s most competitive midterm races. The poll analyzed views … Continue reading »

Rep. Beto O’Rourke Closes in on Sen. Ted Cruz

Cook Political Report moves race to “lean Republican” in a race in which turnout will make the difference AUSTIN – The Cook Political Report moved Texas’ Senate Race between U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke and Sen. Ted Cruz from “solid Republican” to “lean Republican”, as recent polls show El Paso Congressman O’Rourke closing the gap ahead … Continue reading »

NEW: Battleground Poll of Latino, Asian American, Native American, African American, and White Voters in 61 Districts

Toplines are available here Today, experts released new battleground poll results conducted by Latino Decisions – on behalf of America’s Voice, Mi Familia Vota, Indivisible, NAACP, The Immigration Hub, and AAPI Civic Engagement Fund – of Latino, Asian American, African American, Native American, and White likely voters in 61 districts across the United States. Resources … Continue reading »

58% Disapprove of Trump’s Immigration Record

58% Disapprove of Trump’s Immigration Record From Deportations, to Ending DACA, to Family Separations, Trump Administration Tries to “Make America Hate Again,” Americans Refuse Cleveland, OH — There are both practical and moral reasons why 58% of Americans disapprove of Trump’s handling of immigration (see recent Quinnipiac and Washington Post polls). In a column and … Continue reading »

When Will GOP Candidates Learn that Scapegoating Immigrants Won’t Work?

Since the election of Donald Trump a number of other Republicans have tried to mimic his style of anti-immigrant ugliness to win elected office. But, many of their attempts have failed or backfired, showing repeatedly that — despite Trump’s election — attacking immigrants is not a path to electoral victory. After over a dozen electoral … Continue reading »

As Trump Demonizes Immigrants, Americans Grow More Pro-Immigrant Than Ever

Gallup poll: record-high 75% think immigration is a good thing, up from last year Pew poll: Democrats have 14% advantage over Republicans on issue, up from 6% last fall As President Trump speaks of immigrants as “infesting” our country, killing Americans and hailing from “shithole countries,” everyday Americans have a different view. James Hohmann writes … Continue reading »

Quinnipiac Poll: Vast Majority of Ohioans Support Creating Path to Citizenship for Undocumented Ohioans

Findings Echoed in Strong Turnout at Rallies Across the State A Quinnipiac poll of 1,000 Ohio registered voters shows that the vast majority supports creating a path to citizenship for Dreamers and other undocumented immigrants. From the poll: Ohio voters say 76 – 19 percent that undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children, so-called … Continue reading »

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