A poll published last week by Navigator Research, a Democratic firm, showed the majority of voters from both parties and independents — as well as white, black, and Hispanic voters — cited violent crime as a “major crisis.”
So when you see a rare point of agreement between Republicans and Democrats, it’s worth taking notice. That moment happened this week when the Democratic polling firm Navigator Research released its weekly survey, which asked voters what issues they rated as major crises.
“According to recent data from the Democratic-oriented Navigator Research,” writes Ruy Teixeira in a recent issue of the Liberal Patriot newsletter, “more Americans overall, including among independents and Hispanics, now believe violent crime is a ‘major crisis’ than believe that about the coronavirus pandemic or any other area of concern.”
Last month, in a Navigator survey, 47 percent of Republican voters opposed “expanding early voting access by requiring all states to offer 15 days of early voting.”
Another poll conducted in June by a Democratic firm, Navigator Research, found 70% backed the infrastructure spending, including 47% of Republicans.
The American people agree that a new Child Tax Credit is a helpful change. Polling from Navigator Research shows that more than six in 10 Americans support making the new child tax credit permanent. This would give financial peace of mind to hundreds of millions of families across the country.
Biden’s American Jobs Plan typically hasn’t drawn quite as much support as the relief plan in polling, but in poll after poll people still favor it far more than they oppose it, and the more voters hear about it the more they like it.
This overlaps with the findings of a Navigator Research survey of three thousand voters, which found that the majority of Biden-Republican ticket-splitters put a higher priority on the economy (and actually tended to side with progressive positions on economic policy).
A los latinos les importa el cambio climático y apoyan las propuestas ambientales de Biden, muestra una encuestaThursday, May 27, 2021
[Translated from Spanish] This is indicated by a new survey published this Thursday by the progressive political organization ‘Climate Power’ and the Navigator Research project, which seeks to act as an information tool in debates on public policies and topics of interest.
The American Rescue Plan is popular among people across the political spectrum. A poll by Navigator last month found that 7 in 10 Americans are supportive of it and that a majority of people believe it has had or will have a “positive impact” on them.
NEW POLLING: Bipartisan Majorities Support Climate Policies in Biden’s Infrastructure Package; Majority Would be ‘Disappointed’ if Left OutThursday, May 27, 2021
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, Navigator Research and Climate Power released new polling showing that climate policies within President Biden’s American Jobs Plan are extremely popular…
But it turns out that Biden’s relief plan might not be a one-off. Recent polling from Navigator Research, a consortium of progressive polling firms, shows that raising taxes on those earning more than $400,000 per year also divides the party by income level.
Second, midterm elections are often a referendum on the party in power – and people are pretty satisfied with the Biden administration so far. The pollsters at Data for Progress have found support for the American Rescue Plan at 69%; the team at Navigator Research reported support at 65%.
A Navigator poll found that a majority of Republicans that make less than $50,000/year support Biden’s proposal to raise income taxes on those making more than $400,000 annually. These working-class voters that agree with the Democrats on core economic issues are a top target for this messaging.
New Polling Shows Bipartisan Support for Policies in Biden’s First 100 Days and His Future Agenda WASHINGTON, D.C. — As President Biden concludes his first…