|Posted on 5/15/2017 4:55:00 AM.|
Louisiana support for President Donald Trump is split along party and race lines, according to a recent poll from Southern Media and Opinion Research. Pollster Bernie Pinsonat says Republicans really like the President with 91 percent giving him a favorable approval rating. But he says that’s a stark contrast to the Democratic opinion.
|Bernie Pinsonat, Donald Trump, Affordable Care Act, poll|
|Posted on 5/12/2017 5:56:00 AM.|
Raising taxes is not popular among voters, according to a survey from Southern Media and Opinion Research. Lawmakers have proposed increasing taxes on everything from a pack of cigarettes to a gallon of gasoline to close a looming budget hole. Pollster Bernie Pinsonat says two-thirds of voters say they do not want their legislator to raise the state’s gas tax.
|Bernie Pinsonat, Southern Media and Opinion Research, taxes, poll|
|Posted on 1/31/2017 10:45:00 AM.|
Although most main stream media outlets have produced critical reports of President Donald Trump’s travel ban, multiple polls released show quite a bit of support for the executive order. A survey from the University of Quinnipiac finds between 42 and 48% of people support the order. LSU Political Communications Chair Martin Johnson says he expected this, especially with Louisianans.
|travel ban, Martin Johnson, Rasmussen, poll|
|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.
|UNO, Ed Chervenak, poll, U.S. senate|
|Posted on 12/4/2016 3:13:00 PM.|
A recent poll from Southern Media and Opinion Research finds Governor John Bel Edwards’ approval rating is at 63%. Pollster Bernie Pinsonat says that’s a big improvement over the governor’s approval rating earlier this year.
|Bernie Pinsonat, John Bel Edwards, poll|
|Posted on 9/21/2016 11:20:00 AM.|
A new independent poll on the election for US Senate in Louisiana finds
a tight race. Republican State Treasurer John Kennedy still leads the Southern
Media and Opinion Research survey of 500 likely voters with 17%. But Pollster
Bernie Pinsonat says GOP Lafayette Congressman Charles Boustany is only two
percentage points back.
|Bernie Pinsonat, poll, election 2016|
|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.
|UNO, Ed Chervenak, Governor John Bel Edwards, poll|
|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.
|Louisiana, politics, governor, election, poll, UNO, Joshua Stockley, Ed Chervenak, David Vitter, John Bel Edwards|
|Posted on 11/5/2015 3:31:00 AM.|
A new statewide poll shows tight races for Lt. Governor and Attorney General. The survey of 600 Louisiana voters was paid for by Nextstar television stations and conducted by JMC Analytics. Pollster John Couvillon says in the AG’s race, Republican Jeff Landry has a slight lead over Republican incumbent Buddy Caldwell, 38% to 34%percent. He says 29% are undecided.
|poll, Lt. Governor, Attorney General, Jeff Landy, Buddy Caldwell, Billy Nungesser, Kip Holden, JMC Analytics, John Couvillon|
|Posted on 11/4/2015 1:51:00 AM.|
Another poll shows Democrat John Bel Edwards with a double-digit lead over Republican David Vitter in the gubernatorial runoff. The Baton Rouge Advocate published a poll from Market Research Insight, which found Edwards leading Vitter 54 to 38-percent if African-American voter turnout is at 25-percent. UL Lafayette Political Science Professor Pearson Cross says Vitter is in trouble, but the race isn’t over yet.
|gubernatorial election, John Bel Edwards, David Vitter, poll, Pearson Cross|
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