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naral-pro-choice-americaOn behalf of NARAL Pro-Choice America, Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research conducted two post-election surveys[1] among a total of 1,200 pro-choice women in 25 key counties across nine battleground states[2].  These women were identified as the most likely to have voted for President Obama in 2008 but who were not strongly supporting him in 2012, according to a model built by GQRR exclusively for NARAL Pro-Choice America.

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Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research, in conjunction with American Viewpoint, conducted this survey on behalf of the University of Southern California Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences and the Los Angeles Times. The latest poll shows:

  • Californians Divided on Pending Debt Reduction Talks Between Obama and Congress
  • Enthusiasm for ballot measures motivated state voters
  • California backs a 'fiscal cliff' compromise
  • Californians continue suffering from poor economy
  • Californians Support Change to Energy Policy with New Cap-and-Trade Program
  • Voters divided over easing state's environmental laws
  • Support from minorities and young voters helps push Prop. 30 to victory
  • Californians feel a bit more upbeat about the state's direction

usclatpollOn behalf of the University of Southern California Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences and the Los Angeles Times, Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research, in conjunction with American Viewpoint, conducted a new survey among 1,500 registered California voters. The latest survey shows: 

 

  • California Voters Stand by President Obama Despite Rising Gasoline Prices
  • California Republicans get behind Mitt Romney
  • Strong Majority Backs Jerry Brown's Tax-Hike Initiative
  • Voters Support Specific Tax Increases If Money is Used to Support Public Education and Public Safety
  • Tech firms' data gathering worries most Californians
  • Voters Across the Political Spectrum Concerned About Tech Companies Invading Their Privacy
  • 86 Percent of E-Reader Owners Still Read Books in Print
  • Even e-reader owners still like printed books
 

usclatpollOn behalf of the University of Southern California Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences and the Los Angeles Times, Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research, in conjunction with American Viewpoint, conducted a new survey among 1,504 registered California voters. The latest survey shows:

 

  • Sen. Feinstein far ahead of Republican challenger 
  • Support plunges for Prop. 30, Gov. Jerry Brown's tax initiative
  • Prop. 37 is in dead heat amid ad blitz
  • Support Slips for Ballot Measure to Require Labeling of Genetically Modified Foods
  • Support for end to California death penalty surges
  • California voters say they don't ignore anything on the ballot
  • California poll shows Obama with smaller lead
  • Californians Far Less Pessimistic About the Country’s Future than a Year Ago
  • California voters more tolerant of illegal immigrants
  • Californians support strong law and border enforcement on illegal immigration, but have a soft spot for DREAM-ers
  • Gov. Jerry Brown losing reliable supporters for his tax hike
  • California Voters Closely Divided on Death Penalty Repeal