Decision 2024: National Republican Primary Poll #2
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6M ago
JMC Analytics and Polling conducted a poll of likely national Republican voters. Major takeaways are as follows: (1) Former President Trump retains the strong residual support of Republican voters, (2) Governor Ron DeSantis has seen some slippage in his support, and (3) If former President Trump were to skip the debate, his absence wouldn’t matter to many Republican primary voters. The poll writeup can be found here ..read more
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Decision 2024: National Republican Primary Poll
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7M ago
JMC Analytics and Polling conducted a poll of likely national Republican voters. Major takeaways are as follows: (1) Former President Trump retains the strong residual support of Republican voters, (2) Only Governor Ron DeSantis and Senator Tim Scott have similar strong favorable ratings, and, (3) Republican voters are not as monolithically conservative as narrative would have it. The poll writeup can be found here ..read more
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Louisiana Statewide Poll (Attitudes about film industry/tax incentives)
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11M ago
JMC Analytics and Polling was recently commissioned by the Louisiana Film Entertainment Association/LFEA (which can be reached at either www.lfea.org or www.FilmLouisiana.com) to poll Louisianians about the state’s film industry/tax incentives to develop this industry. Major takeaways are as follows: (1) The film industry in Louisiana is held in high esteem, (2) Tax incentives to develop the film industry in Louisiana enjoy broad public support, and (3) Since the last poll was conducted in January, the numbers generally have not changed from a statistical significance standpoint. The actual po ..read more
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Louisiana Statewide Poll (Attitudes about criminal justice issues)
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11M ago
JMC was recently commissioned by the Justice Action Network to poll Louisianians about attitudes related to the criminal justice system. Major takeaways are as follows: Crime is the number one issue for Louisianians; Voters are unhappy about the current functioning of the criminal justice system; Attitudes have changed about how non-violent offenders should be dealt with by the criminal justice system. The actual poll itself can be found here ..read more
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Decision 2023 – LA Statewide Poll (Governor and Attorney General)
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1y ago
JMC was recently commissioned to poll both the Governor and Attorney General’s races. Major takeaways are as follows: 1. In the Governor’s race, two candidates clearly lead the field (although the primary is still nearly seven months away); 2. In the Attorney General’s race, District Attorney John Belton’s biography is attractive to voters. The actual poll itself can be found here ..read more
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Decision 2023/2024 – JMC Podcast (Governor/President)
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1y ago
Former East Baton Rouge Parish School Board President David Tatman (who also owns his own lobbying firm) has a podcast called “The Pelican Brief.” John Couvillon was a recent guest, and he was interviewed about both the 2023 Louisiana Governor’s race and the 2024 Presidential primary contests. His interview can be found here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/louisiana-will-have-a-new-governor-in-2024-tune-in/id1668687539?i=1000602397941 ..read more
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Louisiana Climate Change/Solutions Statewide Poll
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1y ago
Louisiana is a state that is the epicenter of the climate change debate in two different ways: (1) a large part of its economy is tied to oil, gas, and petrochemical production; (2) as a state with a considerable amount of wetlands along its coast, it is especially vulnerable to hurricanes and/or the rise in sea levels. JMC was engaged by Americans for Carbon Dividends to conduct a poll not only about basic attitudes related to climate change, but proposed solutions as well. The following topics were covered in this poll: 1. Beliefs about the existence/seriousness of climate change and whether ..read more
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Decision 2022 – JMC Analytics and Polling’s 11/7 US Senate scorecard (The road to 51)
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1y ago
Polls open across America in a few hours as this article is being published. More than 44 million early voted (372K did in Louisiana), and as this final scorecard is being written for the 2022 midterm election cycle, control of the Senate remains tight, but polling trends have demonstrably been moving in once direction since late August, and one party clearly is in the driver’s seat to retake control of that chamber (as well as the House). Scorecard Criteria Publicly available polling data for all Senate races has been compiled for November 2-7, and all polling data has since late August been ..read more
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Decision 2022 – JMC Analytics and Polling’s 11/1 US Senate scorecard (The road to 51)
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1y ago
America is now in the home stretch: just an hour ago (as this article is being published), Louisiana was the first state to have concluded its in person early voting, and other states will shortly follow Louisiana’s lead. And with a week to go, control of the Senate remains tight, but polling trends have demonstrably been in once direction since late August. Scorecard Criteria Publicly available polling data for all Senate races has been compiled for October 24-November 1, and polling data has since late August been available for JMC’s review. As polling data is compiled for a given time perio ..read more
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Decision 2022 – Day 5/7 of Early Voting (mail driven, “crawfish red” voter turnout)
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1y ago
Ever since early voting was established in Louisiana over 15 years ago, it has steadily become an accepted method of voting. The coronavirus pandemic added a twist to HOW people voted before Election Day, with mail in voting becoming a “third actor” in addition to in person early voting and traditional Election Day voting. Now that we’ve been through all but two days of early voting (in person early voting in Louisiana concludes on Tuesday November 1), what do the numbers tell us?  “Crawfish red” voter turnout Traditionally, Democrats have been able to get out their vote during early voti ..read more
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