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

After bruising setbacks, can Democrats convince women to show up to the polls during the midterms?

Tuesday, February 15, 2022

Focus group surveys in Georgia, Texas and Michigan conducted by Navigator Research, a Democratic-aligned polling group, on Jan. 25 found that Black Americans’ support for Biden declined 10 percentage points, from 86% to 76%, in 2021. For Black women between the ages 18-39 surveyed in Texas, 40% said they strongly approve of Biden and 36% said they somewhat approve of Biden.

Democrats’ 2022 Message? Attack Corporate Greed Head-On

Monday, February 14, 2022

The corporate class has been providing a comfortable feeding trough for political elites who want in on its party, and the working class is wondering if there’s anyone who wants to fight for them in a serious way.

Why Joe Biden Is Bleeding Black Support

Friday, January 28, 2022

In a recent poll from the Democratic firm Navigator Research, only 21 percent of Black respondents said that they had “heard a lot” about the Democrats’ main voting-rights proposal, the Freedom to Vote Act.

Americans Feel Burnt Out – Personally and Politically

Friday, January 21, 2022

A January Global Strategy Group/GBAO/Navigator Research survey found that a majority of Americans (52 percent) felt “frustrated” about politics since Biden’s election. The sentiment was particularly high among Republicans (78 percent), but independents (55 percent) and roughly one-quarter of Democrats (29 percent) felt the same.

Democrats hail Biden for calling out Trump

Friday, January 7, 2022

Anzalone pointed to a recent survey from the Democratic polling firm Navigator showing that 78 percent of Americans believe it is important for federal law enforcement to “find and prosecute” rioters who breached the Capitol. The same poll also found that 72 percent oppose the actions of Trump supporters who broke into the Capitol one year ago.