A Political IQ survey of the upcoming U.S. Senate races in Georgia shows that both races remain competitive and the outcome of the January 5 election is far too close to call at this point.
As was the case in November, a Political IQ survey of the upcoming U.S. Senate races in Georgia shows that the outcome of the January 5 election is far too close to call at this point. The survey, conducted December 8...
With Joe Biden as President-elect, 48% of Georgia voters believe it is more important to have Republicans control the Senate to serve as a check on the president. However, a Political IQ survey found that 43% take the opposite...
A Political IQ survey found that the four candidates running in the Georgia Senate run-offs are viewed favorably by between 49% and 52% of Likely Voters. That’s little changed from November when the favorables for all four were between 47% and...
Sixty-three percent (63%) of voters nationwide say that their faith is more important than their politics. A Political IQ survey found that 17% take the opposite view and say politics is more important in their life. Thirteen percent (13%)...
As 2021 begins, 16% of voters nationwide believe the need for social distancing and wearing masks in public will continue at least for another year. At the other end of the spectrum, a Political IQ survey found that 16%...
With Joe Biden as President-elect, 46% of Georgia voters believe it is more important to have Republicans control the Senate to serve as a check on the president. However, a Political IQ survey found that 42% take the opposite...
Asked to choose from a list of six issues, 33% of Georgia voters named COVID as the top issue while 29% said it’s the economy.
In a recent Political IQ poll of likely Georgia voters, 53% said they either strongly or somewhat approved of the way President Trump was handling his job. 53% also said they strongly or somewhat approved of the way Joe Biden was performing his job as President-elect.
Twenty-four percent (24%) of voters nationwide believe requiring people to show their photo ID before voting is a form of voter suppression. However, a Political IQ survey found that 64% of voters reject that description of voters ID laws. Sixty-seven...
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