|Posted on 4/21/2015 4:14:00 AM.|
According to an LSU Public Policy Polling survey done for the state's film industry, 80% of Louisianians agree it's good for the economy to have movies made here. The survey also found that about half of the public isn't aware that Louisiana is No. 1 in the nation for movie production.
|patrick mulhearn, movies, film tax credits, public policy polling|
|Posted on 4/17/2015 12:04:00 PM.|
A new poll on the Republican presidential primary in New Hampshire says Governor Bobby Jindal is someone to keep an eye on after receiving the best favorability rating out of all the presidential hopefuls. Tom Jensen with Public Policy Polling says Jindal's favorability rating was 43-percent.
|Bobby Jindal, presidential race, Public Policy Polling, New Hampshire, Tom Jensen|
|Posted on 10/1/2014 10:53:00 AM.|
Another statewide poll shows Congressman Bill Cassidy with a three-percentage point lead over Senator Mary Landrieu in a possible December runoff. Public Policy Polling has Cassidy at 48-percent, Landrieu at 45-percent. A CNN poll also had Cassidy with a three-percentage point lead.
|polls, Bill Cassidy, Mary Landrieu, Public Policy Polling|
|Posted on 9/30/2014 2:41:00 PM.|
Michelle Southern reporting.
According a recent Public Policy Poll, support for marijuana reform continues to grow in Louisiana. The survey done last week of a sampling of registered voters here found that 78% oppose sentences of longer than 6 months for pot possession -- up from 59% last year.
|marijuana, american civil liberties union, marjorie esman, public policy polling|
|Posted on 7/11/2014 10:14:00 AM.|
Another poll on Louisiana's US Senate race shows its a tight race between democratic incumbent Mary Landrieu and republican US Representative Bill Cassidy. The Rasmussen survey of 750 voters has Landrieu leading Cassidy 46-43 percent. Political Analyst Clancy Dubos is not surprised by the poll numbers.
|Mary Landrieu, Bill Cassidy. Rasmussen Poll, Public Policy Polling, Clancy Dubos|
|Posted on 7/10/2014 5:23:00 AM.|
|With about a year and a half left to go in his second term, Governor Bobby Jindal's approval rating is at 32-percent. That's according to Public Policy Polling, which surveyed over six-hundred registered voters in Louisiana. Pollster Tom Jensen says Jindal continues to have the worst poll numbers of just about any elected official in the country. |
|Bobby Jindal, Public Policy Polling, Edwin Edwards|
|Posted on 7/9/2014 4:15:00 AM.|
A recent poll shows most Louisiana voters still oppose same-sex marriage. Public Policy Polling surveyed 664 registered voters. The poll shows 55 percent of respondents are against same-sex marriage in Louisiana, while 32 percent are in support.
|gay marriage, Public Policy Polling, Tom Jensen, civil unions|
|Posted on 7/6/2014 7:18:00 PM.|
A survey by North Carolina-based, Public Policy Polling, has Senator David Vitter leading in run-off matches against three potential opponents in the 2015 race for governor. Pollster Tom Jensen says Vitter has strong approval ratings, which will make him tough to beat.
|Jay Dardenne, David Vitter, John Bel Edwards, Mitch Landrieu, Tom Jensen, Public Policy Polling|
|Posted on 7/2/2014 12:48:00 PM.|
A new poll on Louisiana's US Senate race shows its a toss-up between Democratic incumbent Mary Landrieu and Republican challenger Bill Cassidy. Each had 47-percent of the vote in a potential run-off. That's according to Public Policy Polling. Pollster Tom Jensen gives a slight edge to Cassidy, because of Landrieu's poor approval ratings.
|Public Policy Polling, Mary Landrieu, Bill Cassidy, Rob Maness, Paul Hollis|
|Posted on 2/20/2014 6:57:00 AM.|
Michelle Southern reporting.
The subjects of gay marriage and marijuana legalization in the United States have been major news topics over the past year. So where do Louisianians stand on these issues? Public Policy Polling conducted a survey of 600 likely voters in the Bayou State and spokesman Tom Jenson says gay marriage continues to be very unpopular here.
|public policy polling, tom jensen, marijuana legalization, gay marriage|
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