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Poll shows concern for direction of Biden administration in North Carolina

Most North Carolinians favor smaller government and fear President Joe Biden’s administration will do too much to increase the size and role of government. In this new poll, respondents were mostly women (55%), and about 63% of respondents were age 50 and older. About 70% of them were white, and 48.2% live in suburban North […]

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Poll: Michigan ‘Generic Republican’ Beats Gretchen Whitmer 52%-41%

A poll released Wednesday by Cygnal found a majority of Michigan likely 2022 general election voters would oust Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) in favor of a “generic Republican.” The survey of 600 likely voters conducted June 2-6 found Whitmer has an approval rating of 41.1 percent, while 53.7 percent disapprove of the job she is […]

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Pavlich: Democrat senators must oppose Chipman’s ATF nomination

On the political front, recent polling conducted by Cygnal about Chipman’s nomination in Arizona, Maine, West Virginia and Montana shows he is strongly opposed by a majority of likely voters. “Chipman’s false claims about the ATF raid at Waco, support for the government forcibly closing firearms retailers during the pandemic, and mocking words about first-time […]

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Alabama 2022 election: Can anyone challenge Gov. Kay Ivey?

Brent Buchanan, founder and CEO of the political polling firm Cygnal, said a challenger might try to attack Ivey on the tax increase but does not think it would work. He referred to one of Ivey’s favorite sayings when asked about her chances next year. “Governor Ivey says there’s no step too high for a […]

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New Poll Shows Majority of Americans Support Compensating NCAA Athletes

A nationwide survey of 1,030 Americans, conducted by the national survey research and polling firm Cygnal on behalf of Fans for Fair Play, which promotes fair compensation and economic opportunities for college athletes, shows substantial nationwide support to allow college athletes to be compensated.  The nationwide survey revealed not only that 58% of respondents support allowing college athletes to be paid, but […]

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Poll: NC voters favor right-to-work and limits on government spending

A Civitas poll out Thursday, May 13, finds North Carolina voters are growing sightly in their support for Republicans in the N.C. legislature, and decreasing slightly in their support of legislative Democrats. If the election were held today, 48% of those polled said they would support the Republican candidate, up from 46 % in March. […]

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New poll offers insights into NC electorate, 2022 Senate race

Republicans are gaining slightly in positioning early in the 2022 election cycle, and the leading candidates for U.S. Senate have cause for comfort and concern, all according to a new Civitas poll conducted by the John Locke Foundation. The survey was conducted by Cygnal, May 6–8, 2021, with 600 likely 2022 general election voters. It has a […]

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2021 REED AWARD WINNER!

Cygnal is proud to be a 2021 Reed Award Winner. This year, we took home the award for “Best Employer Professional Development Initiative.” When the COVID-19 pandemic hit and the economy (read “fundraising”) slowed, many of our clients put their projects on hold. We knew Election Day was still approaching and that the “dam” would […]

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Ron DeSantis challenges party-flipping, ‘slithering’ Charlie Crist ahead of campaign kickoff

Recent polls have shown the Governor’s popularity up amid the late stages of the pandemic. According to one Cygnal poll, 60% of Floridians approve of his pandemic response. States run by Democrats, like New York, New Jersey and Illinois, are facing disastrous economic and educational damages stemming from prolonged lockdowns, according to the Governor. Read […]

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‘Bad bill’: Donald Trump Jr. criticizes Alabama gambling legislation

“The comprehensive gaming bill has many more players behind it than the former president’s son,” said Brent Buchanan, a GOP pollster based in Montgomery. Buchanan said that if the former president weighed in, it could affect the debate in Montgomery Thursday “If Donald J. Trump himself came out against the legislation, that would tank it, […]

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