Who We Are

The Center for Excellence in Polling (CEP) conducts market research and messaging analysis to inform policymakers and the public about voters’ opinions, attitudes, and concerns on critical public policy issues.

CEP is a project of the Foundation for Government Accountability.

Our Latest Polls

2022 National Student Loan Cancellation Poll

September 22, 2022

A majority of likely voters (56%) do not support student loan debt cancellation, including six in 10 likely Independent voters.

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2022 Florida Issues Poll

September 12, 2022

A recent survey from the Center for Excellence on Polling found that voters give strong backing to good-government reforms on local issues.

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2022 Michigan Issues Poll

September 8, 2022

CEP conducted two separate surveys asking likely Michigan voters about their thoughts on inflation, unemployment, education, and elections.

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Ohio Unemployment and Workforce Poll

September 1, 2022

The Center for Excellence in Polling recently surveyed likely Ohio voters on unemployment and workforce issues affecting the state. The results indicate there is significant common ground among voters regarding unemployment program integrity and removing barriers to work.

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2022 National Students’ Right to Know Poll

August 29, 2022

Voters support requiring high schools and publicly funded colleges, universities, and job training programs to provide students with important information to make decisions about their future.

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Recent CEP Poll Finds Majority Support for Federal REINS Act Reforms and Welfare Work Requirements

August 29, 2022

CEP and OnMessage Inc. found that congressional approval for costly rules and welfare work requirements have majority support among likely voters.

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2022 National Election Security Poll

June 29, 2022

The Center for Excellence in Polling recently surveyed likely voters to gauge their opinions on keeping elections secure.

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Oklahoma Voter Pulse Poll

June 10, 2022

Facing record-breaking inflation and unprecedented numbers of unfilled jobs, Oklahomans express high levels of concern about economic issues around inflation, unfilled jobs, and the government’s complicity in keeping workers out of the workforce.

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Recent Public Tracking Polls

2022 National Quarter 2 Tracking Poll

July 22, 2022

The Center for Excellence in Polling (CEP) recently surveyed likely voters on issues facing the nation, asking many of the same questions as our Quarter 1 Tracking Poll.

Your Voice Matters

The Center for Excellence in Polling creates focus groups to ask individuals about their perceptions, opinions, beliefs and attitudes towards issues.

COVID-19 Spending in Wisconsin

June 3, 2021

$3.2 billion is coming to Wisconsin, even though it has a $2 billion surplus. So far, it seems the governor alone could decide what to do with this money.