CNN reported on Wednesday that Republicans hope their opposition to mask requirements will help them win in the 2022 midterm elections. However, polling shows that cynical ploy could backfire, as large majorities of voters support wearing masks.
According to recent data from the Democratic-oriented Navigator Research, 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.
Polls have shown that the bipartisan infrastructure framework is highly popular. A July Navigator Research survey found 66% of American voters, including a 46% plurality of Republicans, back the plan.
The White House on Monday sent polling data to congressional Democrats touting the popularity of the bipartisan infrastructure deal, according to a memo obtained by The Hill. […] It also cited a Navigator Research poll from key battleground states that found that 54 percent of respondents support a $3.5 trillion economic plan.
Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) scolded 17 of his Republican colleagues on Thursday for helping Democrats pass “reckless spending.” […] Polling also suggests Scott is very wrong about what the public wants. A Navigator Research poll last week found 66% of registered voters — and even a 46% plurality of Republicans — back the bipartisan infrastructure framework.
The Democratic polling firm Navigator Research released a survey Tuesday showing that voters trust Biden and the Democrats over Republicans to address hate crimes and gun violence and reduce violent crime. However, voters trust Republicans over Democrats to fund local police departments, according to the poll.
This is in line with polls from Democratic-aligned firms Global Strategy Group/GBAO (Navigator Research) that have repeatedly found since January that the share of Republican registered voters who said they’re very unlikely to get the vaccine is about 30 percent.
Recent polling shows strong support for the investment package. A Navigator Research survey released on July 22 found 66% of registered voters support the framework. It had support from 86% of Democrats, 59% of independents, and even a 46% plurality of Republicans.
This week, Cruz and every other Senate Republican blocked Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s motion to begin debate on a bipartisan $579 billion infrastructure package. A Navigator Research poll on Thursday indicated that 66% of American voters support that framework.
In February, a Navigator poll found that voters, including Republicans, overwhelmingly preferred regulated capitalism to unregulated capitalism.
Consider the increase in homicide in big cities. Many urban areas are seeing a spike for the second year in a row. The public is noticing it, too. One Washington Post column cited a recent Navigator survey conducted for a group of liberal labor groups and individuals involved in Democratic politics and policy.
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.”