New polling data from Meeting Street Insights shows that the break-down of mail-in and in-person votes might delay final election results. Americans have become accustomed to getting election results on Election Day. But polling data from Meeting Street Insights show there is a good possibility that the results of the election could be very different…

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New polling data and analysis from Meeting Street give deeper insights into the 2020 Presidential Election Beyond the horserace polling, there are other data points that provide a more complete understanding of the Presidential race. We wanted to take a closer look at some of these. Six factors to consider are (1) ballot test polling…

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New research from Meeting Street Insights shows that the Supreme Court is one of many important election issues for voters. With the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Supreme Court has taken on new importance in the discourse around the Presidential and Senate elections. Meeting Street Insights launched a national survey to learn more…

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Mailbox Showing Early Voting

A new survey by Meeting Street Insights shows that over two-thirds of voters plan to cast their ballots early. More voters are likely to mail in absentee ballots or vote early this year than ever before. Here in North Carolina, for instance, over 800,000 voters have already requested absentee ballots. That’s nearly one-fifth of the total number…

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The second post in the ongoing national survey series about COVID-19, How Coronavirus is Changing America, focuses on job losses and public perception of the economy. The economic disruption caused by COVID-19 is staggering. Despite the federal government’s passage of the CARES Act, PPP, and subsequent other bailout efforts, the U.S. economy has lost all…

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A common discussion in political circles (and around certain dinner tables) has been whether voters are moved more by policies they agree with or policies they oppose. In other words, are voters voting for candidates they like or against candidates they don’t? This discussion has become even more pronounced since President Trump’s election. No president…

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Online surveys are just one of the many tools that public opinion researchers have to gather data. Thanks to a proliferation of DIY online survey platforms (with funny primate names), the mechanism is widely understood and used. As with most tools, online survey research offers a host of benefits and drawbacks that are important to…

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Few words in political discourse are as charged as the term socialism. Even getting people to agree on a definition is complicated. What is socialism? Is it government control of the means of production? Is it a market economy with significant government regulation? Despite how commonplace the term is in the public discourse, the reality…

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walking on a cross walk | Market Research Firm | Public Opinion Research | Meeting St. Insights

Generally speaking, most research methodologies are relatively standard tools. And like most tools, their value depends on the ability of the user. How well you balance qualitative and quantitative research can determine whether or not you win. This eBook will help you set a strategy and hypothesis, and deploy questions that expose the valuable insights…

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