Navigator is frequently cited in the press for its instructive messaging guidance.

American Families Plan: Biden Targets the Ultra Rich

Tuesday, April 27, 2021

The polls don’t lie this time. We’ve already seen polls from FOXNews, ABC/WashPost, Monmouth University, Navigator Research, CNBC All-America Economic Survey, Quinnipiac University, Yahoo News/You Gov, Morning Consult/Politico and Reuters/Ipsos that show support for the Biden infrastructure plan when paired with increased taxes on the wealthy and corporations.

Report: American People show bipartisan support for improving nation’s infrastructure

Thursday, April 22, 2021

Hoyer’s office also cited another poll that found support for the plan. According to a Navigator Research poll, 87 percent of Americans support new job training programs and increased funding for construction of and repairs to highways and bridges, while 81 percent of Americans support broadband infrastructure investments.

Opinion | Biden’s rescue plan is looking like a home run

Friday, April 16, 2021

A poll from Navigator Research is just one of many showing the overwhelming popularity of Biden’s infrastructure bill. Fixing roads and bridges received 88 percent approval, removing lead from drinking water drew 83 percent, preventing future pandemics got 81 percent and modernizing schools drew 76 percent.

Republicans Are Out of the Mainstream on Race

Monday, April 12, 2021

Two weeks ago, a Navigator survey noted that “over the past year, there have been nearly 3,800 reported hate incidents targeting Asian Americans.” The questionnaire added that six Asian women had just been shot to death in Atlanta.

The End of Trickle-Down Economics

Monday, April 12, 2021

As a pollster at Navigator Research, I’ve been tracking this shift first-hand. Never before have I seen such widespread, bipartisan support for previously radical ideas like universal child care, taxing the rich and comprehensive paid leave.

Biden’s $2 Trillion Infrastructure and Jobs Plan: Here’s Where the Money Would Go

Thursday, April 1, 2021

The plan faces opposition from a significant number of Republicans who say its price tag is unreasonable and some Democrats who say it isn’t far-reaching enough. Still, the White House is making the case that the plan has been largely supported by Americans, citing a poll by Navigator Research that found that 80% of Americans want to see job training programs for those displaced as a result of closed power plants and coal mines.

White House makes case for popularity of American Jobs Plan

Thursday, April 1, 2021

The document quotes a poll by the firm Navigator Research from earlier this month, which found that more than 80% of Americans support ideas such as: creating new job training programs for those left behind by closed coal mines and power plants; increasing funding for highway and bridge construction and repair; making more affordable childcare options accessible for all families; and expanding broadband internet access across the country.

McCarthy demands answers on school reopening. They’re in the American Rescue Plan.

Thursday, March 25, 2021

Navigator Research found earlier this month that, by a 47% to 32% margin, more Americans trusted Biden and Democrats to make determinations about “how and when to reopen schools” than trusted Republicans to do so. Seventy-five percent of those surveyed sided more with those who want to make sure schools reopen “the right way for the safety of students” than with those who “want to reopen schools immediately.”

How Democrats can use Biden’s $1.9tn Covid relief to win the midterms

Sunday, March 21, 2021

There is still time for both parties to shape how Americans view the relief package. Despite the positive polling about the bill, a recent survey from the progressive firm Navigator Research showed a majority of voters say they know little to nothing about the legislation

Poll finds majority believes worst over from pandemic

Thursday, March 18, 2021

The survey from Navigator Research found that a majority of registered voters questioned said that they believe the worst is over, the first time more than 50 percent of respondents have reached that conclusion since the beginning of the outbreak.