Survey finds Trump's approval rating in Louisiana is same now as in November
Posted on 4/4/2017 2:43:00 AM.

A University of New Orleans poll finds President Donald Trump approval rating in Louisiana is at 58%, which equals the 58% received from the state’s voters in November. A recent Gallup poll found President Trump’s approval rating is 38% nationwide. UNO pollster Ed Chervenak says Mr. Trump’s approval rating in Louisiana much higher than what national polls have found.

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UNO poll finds most believe former Gov Bobby Jindal is to blame for state's fiscal woes
Posted on 2/9/2017 5:20:00 PM.
A UNO statewide poll finds 6-out-of-10 Louisiana residents blame former Governor Bobby Jindal for the state's budget problems. The state legislature is set to begin a third special session to correct a budget deficit since Jindal left office. UNO political scienstist Ed Chervenak says the state's fiscal troubles started early in Jindal's term. 
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Two polls show majority of Louisiana residents support the repeal of Obamacare
Posted on 12/11/2016 1:02:00 PM.

Two different polls show a majority of Louisiana residents agree with repealing the Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare. Pollster Ed Chervenak says in a telephone survey conducted by the University of New Orleans Survey Research Center, 66% of 776 people polled support the idea.

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UNO poll finds Kennedy is still leading over Campbell in U.S. Senate race
Posted on 12/9/2016 10:48:00 AM.

A new poll conducted by the University of New Orleans Survey Research Center finds Republican U.S. Senate candidate John Kennedy continues to have a huge lead over Democrat Foster Campbell in Saturday’s election.

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Poll finds 51% of residents unhappy with the direction of the state
Posted on 10/28/2016 12:06:00 PM.

Just over half of the Louisiana residents polled say the state is heading in the wrong direction. A University of New Orleans Survey Research Center Poll surveyed about 600 likely voters and 51% are pessimistic about the state’s future. But UNO Pollster Ed Chervenak says 35%say the state is moving in the right direction and that’s a 15% increase over last year.

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UNO poll shows Kennedy still leads US Senate race
Posted on 10/28/2016 5:28:00 AM.

A new poll from the University of New Orleans shows Republican John Kennedy with a strong lead in the US Senate race at 22%. UNO pollster Ed Chervenak says Republican Charles Boustany and Democrat Foster Campbell are tied for second at 15%. He says it will be a close race for the second runoff spot.

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UNO Poll: Edwards' approval rating at 49%
Posted on 8/2/2016 11:05:00 AM.

A poll from the University of New Orleans finds that 49% of Louisiana residents surveyed give Governor John Bel Edward positive marks in his performance for his nearly eight months in office. UNO Pollster Ed Chervenak says they surveyed 600 likely voters and his favorability rating seems to be rising.

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UNO poll: 82% of voters disapprove of David Duke
Posted on 8/1/2016 4:54:00 PM.

US Senate candidate and former-KKK leader David Duke has an 82% disapproval rating, according to a University of New Orleans poll of about 600 likely voters. UNO pollster Ed Chervenak says this survey indicates that there is a wholesale rejection of Duke’s candidacy by Louisiana voters.

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Edwards maintains lead in two new polls on governor's race
Posted on 11/12/2015 12:26:00 PM.
Two new polls on the governor's race show Democrat John Bel Edwards leading Republican David Vitter with 10 days to go before the election. A Market Research Insight poll published by The Advocate Edwards leading Vitter, 52 to 38 percent, if roughly 26-percent of African-Americans vote in the election.  
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Most feel Louisiana is moving in the wrong direction
Posted on 11/2/2014 10:32:00 AM.
A University of New Orleans Survey Research Center poll of nearly 600 registered Louisiana voters shows that a majority of respondents feel the state is moving in the wrong direction.  52-percent disapproved when asked about the current direction of the state.
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