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    • Overwhelming Bi-Partisan Majority Opposes Allowing Churches, Other Nonprofits, to Engage in Political Activity 

      Kull, Steven; Fehsenfeld, Evan; Martens, Francesca; Lewitus, Evan Charles (2017-11-28)
      An overwhelming majority of 79% voters oppose the proposal to allow churches and other non-profit organizations to endorse political candidates and provide them money and other support. This includes 71% of Republicans ...
    • Overwhelming Bipartisan Majority Opposes Repealing Net Neutrality 

      Kull, Steven; Fehsenfeld, Evan; Martens, Francesca; Lewitus, Evan Charles (2017-12)
      Overwhelming bipartisan majorities oppose the plan that the Federal Communications Commission will consider this Thursday, December 14, to repeal the regulations requiring net neutrality. Respondents were given a short ...
    • Six in Ten Support the Alexander-Murray Healthcare Fixes 

      Kull, Steven; Fehsenfeld, Evan; Lewitus, Evan Charles; Martens, Francesca (2018-01)
      A new in-depth survey presented the three key provisions of the Alexander Murray bill, that addresses issues with the Affordable Care Act (ACA), to a sample of 2,511 registered voters and had them evaluate arguments for ...
    • Large Majorities Oppose Trump Administration Move to Allow More Offshore Drilling, Ease Inspection Requirements 

      Kull, Steven; Fehsenfeld, Evan; Lewitus, Evan Charles; Martens, Francesca (2018-05)
      A new survey of registered voters finds that 60% oppose the Trump Administration’s proposal to lift the ban on oil drilling along the Atlantic and Pacific coasts and to expand the allowed area around Alaska. In the 17 ...
    • AMERICANS ON THE FY 2020 FEDERAL BUDGET 

      Kull, Steven; Fehsenfeld, Evan; Lewitus, Evan Charles; Koeppel, Austin; Read, Emmaly (2019-08)
      As Congress lifts the national debt ceiling, increasing the budget deficit, a unique survey has found that bipartisan majorities are ready to cut the deficit by $376 billion, primarily by raising taxes on high incomes. The ...