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Cygnal Debuts on Inc. 5000’s List of Fastest-Growing Companies

A survey of 600 likely general election voters in New Mexico, conducted by the national survey research and polling firm Cygnal, shows that most New Mexicans are ready for an alternative to Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham (52% someone new / 44% deserves reelection).

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Poll: Governor Grisham is Underwater with Constituents

A survey of 600 likely general election voters in New Mexico, conducted by the national survey research and polling firm Cygnal, shows that most New Mexicans are ready for an alternative to Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham (52% someone new / 44% deserves reelection).

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Poll: Wisconsin Voters Want Evers Out

A survey of 640 likely general election voters in Wisconsin, conducted by the national survey research and polling firm Cygnal, shows that most voters think it’s time for someone new (52%) instead of that Governor Tony Evers deserves to be reelected (45%).

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MI Poll: Steep Declines for Whitmer With Key Voter Groups

Michiganders likely to vote in the 2022 general election are ticked off at the direction of their state and at Governor Whitmer specifically. Fifty-seven percent of voters feel Michigan is off on the wrong track, and Whitmer isn’t faring much better with her image underwater – 54% unfavorable and 44% favorable.

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Cygnal Poll: Florida Voters Approve of DeSantis’ Handling of the COVID-19 Pandemic and Vaccine Distribution

WASHINGTON D.C. – A survey of 800 likely general election voters in Florida, conducted by the national survey research and polling firm Cygnal, shows that Floridians overwhelmingly approve of Governor DeSantis’ handling of the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccine distribution and don’t trust the media to report it fairly.  The statewide Cygnal survey, which was conducted […]

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Cygnal Poll: Legislators’ Jobs Turned Upside Down by COVID-19, Polling & Technology Prove Invaluable for Advocacy Outreach

WASHINGTON D.C. – A survey of 325 state lawmakers and staff, conducted by the national survey research and polling firm Cygnal, shows that COVID-19 has had a big impact on the business of legislating. Despite the pandemic, however, the best way to capture a legislator’s attention is still through their constituents.  The nationwide Cygnal survey […]

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Cygnal Poll: Indiana Governor Holcomb Up 18 Points in Re-election Bid

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb is cruising to an easy re-election, according to a poll conducted by Cygnal, a national polling and survey research firm. Cygnal’s poll shows Holcomb with a commanding lead over Democratic challenger Woody Myers, just days ahead of the November 3rd election.  “The unique circumstances of the 2016 gubernatorial […]

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Cygnal Poll: Tuberville Up 14 Points in Alabama Senate Race

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Entering the last full week before Election Day, a poll conducted by Cygnal, a national survey research and polling firm founded in Montgomery, shows Tommy Tuberville up 14 points on Doug Jones in the Alabama Senate race.  “The 2017 special election was always sort of a fluke occurrence and Alabama voters are […]

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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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