We looked inside some of the tweets by @ChangePolls and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
More results from the @postandcourier/Change Research poll in South Carolina: Black voters have a huge preference for Biden, while white voters' support is more distributed. Read P&C's writeup here: http://bit.ly/Post-ChangeSCPoll … (n=933 likely Dem primary voters in SC, 6/11-14)
New @postandcourier /Change Research poll in South Carolina: Biden: 37% Warren: 17% Buttigieg: 11% Harris: 9% Sanders: 9% Booker: 5% O'Rourke: 4% Yang: 3% (all others 1% or less) Read P&C's writeup here: http://bit.ly/Post-ChangeSCPoll … (n=933 likely Dem primary voters in SC, 6/11-14)
Check back tomorrow morning for results from the latest @postandcourier / Change Research poll in South Carolina!
We polled 1,568 registered voters in MN on >50 questions related to 2020, state issues, and more. The poll produced 1000s of data points powering actionable insights for campaigns and orgs following MN. The full poll is available for purchase-reach out:
.@dkanninen presents cutting-edge campaign tech to scale polling and focus groups (while reducing cost) for progressive candidates. Interesting uses of Facebook ads and machine learning for politics! #Udemocracy @ICEEfest
Thanks for sharing our work in Bucharest, @dkanninen!
🚨NEW POLLING: Early state Dem primary voters even more fired-up RE: climate change than we thought. We took an extra-close look at one demographic in particular...1/ https://www.thirdway.org/polling/the-new-climate-consensus …
Check out this great thread from @ThirdWayEnergy covering our survey of "Extremely Online" likely Democratic primary voters' views on climate change:
Republicans are more familiar with the Green New Deal than Democrats - 49% of Rs are "very familiar" with the proposed legislation. More results from our nationwide climate change poll here: http://bit.ly/ClimatePoll (n=3371 registered voters nationwide, Jun 5-10)
NEW NATIONAL POLL ON CLIMATE CHANGE: Dems think their communities are already feeling the effects of climate change - Republicans don't think they'll see the effects in their lifetimes. More results here: http://bit.ly/ClimatePoll (n=3371 registered voters nationwide, Jun 5-10)
Size of sample doesn’t dictate accuracy if other modeling is off
We 100% agree: the traditional MOE calculation is a little silly. Also: our numbers were far from everyone else's in the FL Dem Governor Primary and the Chicago mayoral race; both wound up being correct. We don't follow the herd! https://twitter.com/ChangePolls/status/1034677868062625794 … https://twitter.com/ChangePolls/status/1100610785435299841 …