Three in five Americans say abortion should be legal in all or most cases, according to a recent poll by Navigator Research, and three in four Americans believe Republicans will ban abortion nationwide.
Three in five Americans believe abortion should be legal in all or most cases, according to a poll from Navigator Research. Likewise, three in five people see the Republican Party’s position on abortion as extreme, compared to two in five for the Democratic Party.
Polling last month from the Democratic organization Navigator found that 25 percent of Americans support Mr. Biden’s major actions, such as the Inflation Reduction Act, but still think the president is doing a poor job handling the economy.
Over 60 percent of voters believe Donald Trump has “committed a crime” amid his four indictments, according to a new Navigator poll that was published on Friday.
Another poll from Navigator found that a majority of voters also “believe it is likely that Republicans would pass a nationwide abortion ban if they take control of both the White House and Congress in 2024.”
As the audience jeered, 15 miles west in the suburb of Brookfield, analysts with the progressive strategy firm Navigator watched as a group of 33 voters registered their responses to Ramaswamy’s comments.
Wildly enough, the in-house viewers booed Ramaswamy for this; the polling firm Navigator found that his approval among independent women voters dropped sharply as Ramaswamy continued ranting about the “anti-carbon agenda” and attributed human casualties to “bad climate change policies.”
New Navigator Research polling shows independents now believe by a 2-1 margin that Trump is a criminal (i.e., he committed a crime/crimes).
The real-time poll was conducted among 33 independents and “soft partisans,” said Ian Smith, Navigator’s director of polling and analytics.
Independent voters in Wisconsin assembled by the progressive polling organization Navigator—i.e., the precise swing-state audience likely to determine who will win in 2024—considered Haley the debate’s “winner” by a 19 percent margin.
Navigator Research found that Nikki Haley’s favorability rose during the debate, and that respondents preferred her answers on abortion over the other candidates.
According to a focus group Navigator Research conducted with 33 independent Wisconsin voters after the debate, 45 percent said they believed Haley had won, the highest proportion to say that of any candidate.
Podcast guest spot including Ian Smith and Margie Omero.
The White House is embracing “Bidenomics” — originally coined by critics to deride the president’s policies — to instead promote his stewardship of the economy.
A July poll of registered voters from Navigator Research and Democrat-aligned Global Strategy Group found that the insulin cap was the most popular provision in the bill,…