Biden Approval Numbers Continue to Drop

October 21, 2021

In our most recent survey, President Biden continues to perform poorly.

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2021 North Carolina Medicaid Expansion Poll

October 15, 2021

A Center for Excellence in Polling survey conducted this week found that 57% of North Carolinians voters oppose the state legislature’s efforts to expand Medicaid under Obamacare.

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2021 Wisconsin Issues Poll

September 27, 2021

With the expiration of the federal unemployment bonus, states like Wisconsin will soon begin to see encouraging progress in recovering from economic shutdowns and labor shortages. We recently surveyed Wisconsin voters to get their reactions to pressing economic issues in the Badger State.

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2021 Florida Health Care Poll

September 21, 2021

In a recent survey, we polled likely voters in Florida to gauge their feelings on several health care issues. As it turns out, patient access to proven treatments for COVID-19 and price transparency are wildly popular.

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2021 Florida Law Enforcement Poll

September 8, 2021

Americans are moving to Florida by the hundreds of thousands, and for good reason. The Center for Excellence in Polling (CEP) recently polled Florida voters on important issues facing the state.

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2021 National Voter Pulse Poll

September 2, 2021

In President Biden’s address to a Joint Session of Congress in April, he declared his first 100 days to be a raging success saying, “America is on the move again.” Poll numbers, however, tell a different story.

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2021 Child Tax Credit and Debt Ceiling Poll

September 1, 2021

We recently polled voters on the Child Tax Credit and on raising the debt ceiling, and responses show that most American voters—regardless of party affiliation—would rather say “no thanks” to more government spending.

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2021 Issues Important to Mississippi Voters

August 30, 2021

This poll tests a variety of current issues and suggested reforms in Mississippi. It is clear from the results that Mississippi voters want more individual freedom and more government transparency.

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President Biden’s Declining Approval Numbers—August 24, 2021

August 30, 2021

Not surprisingly, the President’s approval numbers continue to slide in the wake of a disastrous withdrawal plan from Afghanistan.

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2021 Iowa Voter Pulse Poll

August 20, 2021

In a recent survey of Iowa voters, the Center for Excellence in Polling has reconfirmed the long-held belief that the Hawkeye State is a bellwether for the nation.

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2021 Virginia Issues Poll

August 16, 2021

A new survey for the Center for Excellence in Polling indicates Virginians are ready for reform on a number of fronts.

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National Unemployment Bonus Expiration Poll

August 12, 2021

We surveyed voters on when they believe bonuses should expire and on the impact expanded unemployment has had on businesses and jobs.

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2021 Idaho Issues Poll

August 9, 2021

In new polling from the Center for Excellence in Polling (CEP), Idahoans show support for a range of issues.

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2021 National Voter Participation Poll

August 9, 2021

In a new survey from the Center for Excellence in Polling, Republicans and Independents show support for returning control of the House back to the GOP.

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Iowa Unemployment and Welfare Poll

August 9, 2021

Iowans support reforms to reduce unemployment and welfare dependency.

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Wisconsin Occupational Licensing Poll

August 5, 2021

Wisconsinites support commonsense occupational licensing reforms that increase opportunities for work while protecting the safety of the public.

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Idaho Ballot Integrity Poll

July 27, 2021

In a statewide survey, the highest level of support for ballot initiative reform came in at 79% for public hearings on any newly proposed initiative. This includes Republicans (86%), Democrats (74%), and Independents (75%).

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2021 National Voter Registration Message Test

July 27, 2021

The Center for Excellence in Polling wanted to know how Americans view federal control over voter registration, and what messages resound the most with voters on the issue.

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National Tax Credit Message Test Poll

July 21, 2021

A new poll of likely voters was conducted July 15–18, 2021 and sought to gather voters' opinions on matters facing the U.S. Congress.

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President Biden’s Declining Approval Numbers

July 20, 2021

Over the last several months, President Biden’s approval numbers have seen a notable decline. As of early July, less than half of all voters approve of the job he is doing as president .

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2021 National Voter File Message Test Poll

July 13, 2021

The national debate around elections and perceived or actual wrongdoings reached a fever pitch in early January. Since then, states have been racing to ensure their election laws will withstand scrutiny and instill confidence in voters ahead of the 2022 cycle.

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Wyoming Medicaid Expansion Poll

July 8, 2021

A majority of all Wyoming voters (60 percent) would not be willing to pay more in taxes to fund any sort of Medicaid expansion in the state. And, importantly, Wyoming voters (65 percent) support reserving Medicaid for the most vulnerable populations.

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2021 National Foundational Program Integrity & Dependency Poll

July 7, 2021

As states decide whether to end or continue pandemic-era welfare programs, CEP wanted to find out what voters think about welfare reform. Americans recognize something needs to change—government needs to be held more accountable for how it’s spending tax dollars.

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Georgia Voter Apathy Follow-Up Poll

July 6, 2021

Georgia voters support their new election law by an 11-point margin (50-39). Most importantly for lawmakers, independent voters support the law by an even wider 14-point margin (49-35).

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2021 National Cancel Culture Poll

July 2, 2021

Seventy-seven percent of all voters are very or somewhat worried about cancel culture. Although 71 percent of Democrats are concerned about cancel culture, a majority of voters think Democrats engage in cancel culture more often than Republicans or Independents.

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2021 National John Lewis Voting Rights Act Poll

July 2, 2021

The John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, S.4263, is named after the late civil rights leader and politician John Lewis, who marched with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Although the man is very well known, Americans are largely split and unsure about the bill with his namesake.

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2021 National Democrat Infrastructure Poll

July 1, 2021

Seventy-eight percent of Republican voters oppose the plan, 77 percent of Democrat voters support the plan, and a majority of Independents initially oppose or are unsure about the plan.

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Election Audits Message Test Poll

June 28, 2021

The Center for Excellence in Polling conducted a nationwide poll of likely voters to gather opinions on auditing post election vote totals.

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2021 National Inflation Message Test Poll

June 28, 2021

As inflation begins to rear its ugly head, CEP wanted to find out how the average American views its effects on their day-to-day lives and future plans.

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2021 National GOP Infrastructure Poll

June 15, 2021

Americans want a fiscally responsible plan that will do more than improve the physical infrastructure. They want to create more opportunity for the core of America’s strength—its workforce.

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National Unemployment Bonus and Wyden Proposal Poll

June 8, 2021

Voters support allowing the additional $300 weekly unemployment bonus to expire in September as scheduled.

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National Election Integrity Executive Order Poll

June 7, 2021

64% of voters either initially oppose or are unsure how they feel about about the President’s political power grab. So what happens when they find out the truth?

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National Business Owners Unemployment Bonus Poll

May 14, 2021

During the pandemic, Congress passed a series of new federal unemployment programs, adding federal dollars on top of normal state unemployment benefits.

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