In our final Purple Poll, we looked at voters nationwide and in the Purple State electorate. Obama holds slim margins in both areas, up 1 (47% to 46%) nationally and by 2 (48% to 46%) in Purple States. This campaign ends pretty much where it began: an extremely close race. President Obama enters the final [...]
Governor Romney has narrowed gap across Purple States, while President Obama maintains a narrow 2-point lead. Obama is up by 2 in Ohio, 1 in Colorado, and Romney has pulled even in Virginia. Romney’s rebound is built on a stronger overall image, while Obama’s slim lead is protected by improved impressions of the economy. Click [...]
Our latest PurplePoll shows Obama with a 5-point lead in the Purple States overall, and ahead by between 2 and 4 points in Colorado, Virginia, Ohio. Romney holds a 1 point edge in Florida. In our first looks at Arizona and North Carolina, a split decision: Obama holds a small lead in NC, and Romney is [...]
Our April 2012 PurplePoll shows Mitt Romney getting a second look from voters, with President Obama maintaining a small but consistent lead across the Purple electorate.
Our latest Purple Poll shows President Obama holding a steady lead against Romney and a growing advantage over Santorum. At the same time, Obama faces a fickle electorate that remains unhappy with the direction of the country.
Our latest poll shows Romney trailing Obama by four points, and Santorum trails him by just 2 — and actually leads among independent voters. Romney is upside down on favorabilities by a whopping 30 points. At the same time, Obama has much work to do. Even with voters’ mood in swing states improving slightly, Obama [...]
Our latest poll shows that a near-majority of Purple State voters believe that Gingrich’s personal life is relevant to their decision, and women appear to be punishing him for it. Romney’s image has taken a beating over the course of the campaign. Yet despite all this, Obama is still worse off than other successful incumbents. [...]
Over the past month, President Obama has picked up some steam in the 12 Purple states, but still falls short of his re-election goals. Gingrich may have passed his peak: he now fares worse against President Obama than he did in November, and his unfavorable ratings are increasing.
Our latest PurplePoll finds that President Obama remains in perilous position, but facing a Republican field that is not liked by the Purple electorate. We also provide new insight into the Health Care Law at the Supreme Court, and Purple America’s beliefs about the Supercommittee.
Today Purple Strategies released the results of their first PurplePoll of the 2012 election cycle revealing challenges for President Obama, but problems for Mitt Romney and Rick Perry as well.