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Cygnal Poll: Hagerty Up 20 Points in Tennessee’s U.S. Senate Race With Less Than Two Weeks to Go

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Under two weeks from election day, a poll conducted by Cygnal, a national research and polling firm, shows Republican Bill Hagerty up 20 points over Democratic nominee Marquita Bradshaw in the Tennessee Senate race to replace Lamar Alexander.    “Tennessee is a conservative state and so it’s no surprise that Hagerty is up, […]

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Cygnal Poll: Sasse Up 30 Points in Nebraska’s U.S. Senate Race With Less Than Two Weeks to Go

WASHINGTON D.C. – With 12 days left until the election, a poll conducted by Cygnal, a national survey research and polling firm, shows Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse up 30 points in his reelection bid. “As an incumbent, Sasse has a name recognition advantage with a hard name ID of 87%, compared to Janicek’s 44%,” said […]

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Cygnal Poll: Parson Up Six Points in Missouri Governor’s Race Two Weeks from Election Day

WASHINGTON D.C. – Less than two weeks from election day, a poll conducted by Cygnal, a national survey research and polling firm, shows Governor Mike Parson on his way to winning his first full term in office, besting Democratic challenger Nicole Galloway by 6 points.  “Parson’s lead is outside the margin of error and he’s […]

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Cygnal Poll: McConnell Up Double-Digits in Kentucky Senate Race Two Weeks from Election Day

WASHINGTON D.C. – Less than two weeks from Election Day, a poll conducted by Cygnal, a national survey research and polling firm, shows Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell cruising to victory over Democratic challenger Amy McGrath.  “McConnell should be feeling very confident,” said Brent Buchanan, Cygnal’s CEO and founder. “The Senate Leader has had a […]

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Trump has struggled with seniors. Can he make up the difference with Hispanic voters?

“I’m skeptical of the idea that if Biden were to prevail that somehow that would trigger a reimagining of the Republican Party in the aftermath,” said Brock McCleary, a Harrisburg-based pollster whose political practice specializes in working for GOP campaigns and candidates.

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Are the Polls still making the same mistake all over again?

Brock McCleary, president of Harper Polling, recently told Roll Call that voter behavior will get more mysterious. Pollsters typically model turnout using statistical methods to estimate who will be a likely voter, he explained, but that gets more difficult in a pandemic as states shake up voting methods to prevent the virus’ spread. “Is it going to […]

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Presidential Candidates’ Microphones to Be Muted in Parts of Final Debate

Mr. Trump made the preliminary remarks on Monday throughout about 30 minutes he spent speaking with marketing campaign staffers. Mr. Stepien and pollster Brock McCleary additionally spoke on the decision. Presidential Candidates’ Microphones to Be Muted in Parts of Final Debate by Michael C. Bender and Catherine Lucey |The Wall Street Journal | October 20, 2020

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Cygnal Poll: Cornyn Leads Hegar by Eight Points, Defund the Police and O’Rourke Unpopular

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Two weeks from election day, a poll conducted by Cygnal, a national survey research and polling firm, shows John Cornyn strongly leading the Senate race in Texas by 8 points. Cornyn, the Republican incumbent, is facing M.J. Hegar.  “Cornyn has all of the advantages of incumbency on top of a +9 net […]

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Furious Trump tells staff he’s ahead, denies campaign strain, says ‘Fauci’s a disaster’

“I’m skeptical of the idea that if Biden were to prevail that somehow that would trigger a reimagining of the Republican Party in the aftermath,” said Brock McCleary, a Harrisburg-based pollster whose political practice specializes in working for GOP campaigns and candidates.

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Trump was unsure of victory until recently, he tells staff

“I’m skeptical of the idea that if Biden were to prevail that somehow that would trigger a reimagining of the Republican Party in the aftermath,” said Brock McCleary, a Harrisburg-based pollster whose political practice specializes in working for GOP campaigns and candidates.

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