Our new survey for PBS finds that while the country may be deeply divided on many issues, the importance of federal funding for public television is not one of them.
As the first phase of Priorities USA’s “Project Blueprint,” Garin-Hart-Yang and Global Strategy Group conducted polling and focus groups among two groups of voters that will be key for Democrats
Recent surveys in Alaska and Maine on behalf of the National Employment Law Project find that voters have serious concerns about Andrew Puzder’s record and background. They want US Senators
Hart Research Associates is looking for a Sampling and Data Associate to join our team. Our client base represents five major sectors of society: nonprofit institutions and advocacy organizations, labor unions,
As Donald Trump takes office, the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll reveals that he is the first president in the poll’s history to enter the White House with a
On behalf of the Center for American Progress Action Fund, Hart Research conducted a telephone survey in late December, 2016, among 1,206 voters across 14 key battleground states in which
The latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll finds that while Americans believe that Donald Trump will bring change, they are divided on whether this will be the right kind of change. And
In the Winter 2017 issue of The American Prospect, Hart Research’s Guy Molyneux takes a close look at the beliefs and sentiments of white working-class moderates. Read the full article here.
Republicans have completely flipped their views from just prior to the election and are now overwhelmingly optimistic about the direction of the US economy. This flip produces overall numbers not
A recent national survey conducted on behalf of the National Employment Law Project finds that voters believe contracting out of work—through the use of subcontractors and the misclassification of independent
A new CNBC All-America Economic Survey shows that Hillary Clinton has doubled the lead she had over Donald Trump in the second quarter. Voters prefer Clinton over Trump across a