A new poll from the Taubman Center for American Politics and Policy at Brown University shows a deeply divided nation, continuing strength of Trump’s base, and sharp vulnerabilities for congressional Republicans.
A new public opinion survey by Brown University’s Taubman Center for American Politics and Policy finds that among likely voters in Tuesday’s presidential election primaries, Hillary Clinton maintains a lead over Bernie Sanders while Donald Trump leads John Kasich and Ted Cruz.
Two new public opinion surveys by Brown University’s Taubman Center for American Politics and Policy find that Democrat Hillary Clinton has a newly established 9-point lead over Bernie Sanders, and Republican Donald Trump leads his opponents by at least an 18-point margin. The two polls show a shift in support toward Hillary Clinton in the days following the Nevada Caucus.
A new public opinion survey by Brown University’s A. Alfred Taubman Center for Public Policy and American Institutions finds that Republican Allan Fung and Democrat Gina Raimondo are effectively tied in the governor’s race, and Democrat Peter Kilmartin leads Republican Dawson Hodgson by 13 points in the race for attorney general.
Two new public opinion surveys by Brown University’s A. Alfred Taubman Center for Public Policy and American Institutions find that Democratic gubernatorial candidate Gina Raimondo, and Providence mayoral candidate Jorge Elorza, also a Democrat, lead their respective opponents by 10 points.
A new statewide public opinion survey conducted by the Taubman Center for Public Policy at Brown University finds that State Treasurer Gina Raimondo and Providence Mayor Angel Taveras are currently in a statistical tie for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination. However, one-third of likely Democratic voters are undecided five months before the Democratic primary.
A new poll conducted by the Taubman Center for Public Policy at Brown University finds that while most Providence voters remain pessimistic about the local economy, the percentage of voters who think Providence is on the “right track” has risen 10 percentage points in the last year. Providence Mayor Angel Taveras continues to enjoy broad approval among Providence voters.
A new statewide public opinion survey conducted by the Taubman Center for Public Policy at Brown University finds strong support for same-sex marriage in Rhode Island. Voters continue to worry about the state’s economy and express little confidence that state government officials will make the right decisions for Rhode Island’s future.
A poll of Rhode Island voters finds strong support for state-operated casino gaming at Twin River and Newport Grand. In the hotly contested Congressional District One race, Rep. David Cicilline retains a small lead.
A new statewide public opinion survey conducted by the Taubman Center at Brown University finds that the majority of voters in Rhode Island, one of the nation’s most Catholic states, supports the Obama administration’s new policy to offer contraception services to women who work for religiously affiliated organizations.
The first wave of a multistate survey on immigration issues found that Rhode Islanders are split on Arizona-style immigration laws but have a consensus when it comes to educating immigrant children. The survey was conducted in conjunction with the Taubman Center’s “Immigrants and Immigration in the 21st Century” symposium, scheduled for Saturday, March 12, at Brown University.
A new statewide poll conducted by the Taubman Center for Public Policy at Brown University finds that State Treasurer Gina Raimondo leads Providence Mayor Angel Taveras in a potential Democratic gubernatorial primary. Approval ratings declined slightly for all state and local elected officials compared to October 2012. Almost 90 percent of Rhode Island voters rate the state’s economy as not so good or poor.
A new survey of Rhode Island voters gauges public opinion on Gov. Lincoln Chafee’s new tax proposals, Providence Mayor Angel Taveras’s plan to close some public schools, collective bargaining rights, and job performances of federal, state, and local officials.
Providence voters are nearly divided in their support for Mayor Angel Taveras, and a large majority — 86 percent — believe the city's economy is not recovering well from the economic recession, according to a recent public opinion survey conducted by the Taubman Center at Brown University.
A recent statewide public opinion survey conducted by the Taubman Center at Brown University finds strong support for the recently enacted pension reform bill introduced by Gov. Lincoln Chafee and State Treasurer Gina Raimondo.
Rhode Island voters have minimal confidence that elected state leaders will make decisions to put the state on the right track, according to a recent public opinion survey done at Brown University. The state’s economy is “not so good” or “poor” by 94 percent of respondents; 93 percent described the national economy in the same terms. The survey of 605 registered Rhode Island voters was conducted Feb. 9–12, 2010.