Treated Equal: Understanding Voter Priorities For Making Health Care Work in America

August 4, 2022

A presentation building on our earlier work examining voter priorities for change in health care. In partnership with the Center for Healthy America at the America First Policy Institute.

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Majority of Voters Believe The US Government Should Award Federal Contracts Based On Merit

August 1, 2022

A majority of voters believe all employees should be treated with respect as equals, without regard to gender, race, social orientation, or age. They also reject many of the principles of DEI Training.

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Majority of Voters Believe That America’s Allies Don’t Pay Their Fair Share For Defense

July 14, 2022

A Scott Rasmussen National Survey found that a majority of voters believe that America is being taken advantage of by its allies, with the United States being expected to pay more than its fair share of defensive alliance costs.

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87% Agree: We Must Restore the America That Works

June 28, 2022

Additionally, 88% of voters agree America is a good country and a 74% believe ensuring equality is more important than ensuring equity.

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Defining The New American Majority

June 23, 2022

Testing of 24 critical issue positions with specific language based on previously poll and focus group research reveals a 62% New American Majority that could be captured by the Republican Party, with an additional 13% persuadable to vote for Republicans. This would make 75% of the American electorate available to a New American Majority Coalition.

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60% of Americans Disagree with the Fundamentals of Biden’s Student Loan Cancellation Plan

June 16, 2022

Nearly 60% of American voters either oppose student loan forgiveness or believe it should be limited to people earning less than $50,000 a year, far lower than the $150,000 threshold specified by the Biden Administration.  

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Majority of Voters Believe Cutting Government Spending Helps the Economy

June 16, 2022

A Scott Rasmussen National Survey found that a majority of voters believe that cutting government spending helps the economy and that a near majority believe increasing government spending is bad for the economy. In addition a majority of voters of all income levels say it is possible to cut government spending without harming essential government programs.

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Latest American Majority Project health care research focuses on voter priorities for change

June 9, 2022

Health care research exploring voter desire for equal treatment, affordability, and concepts of patient responsibilities, along with priorities for change.

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72 Percent of Voters Favor Expanding Oil and Gas Drilling on Federal Lands

June 1, 2022

A recent survey performed by Scott Rasmussen shows that 72 percent of voters favor expanding oil and gas drilling on government lands to enhance fossil fuel production and decrease the current energy prices.

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Student Loan Cancellation – Effectiveness of Counterarguments

May 20, 2022

Our poll and analysis suggest that despite support for cancelling student loans, a large majority of voters find arguments against cancelling student loan debt to be convincing. The results suggest that who oppose cancelling student debt can effectively neutralize the issue with the right arguments.

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