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Asian Americans are the Fastest Growing Immigrant Group and Largely Independent

Asian Americans are the fastest growing immigrant group in the U.S. according to Pew, and while they account for about 4% of voters, their...

Breaking Down The Economist/YouGov Poll: What Matters Most in the Midterms?

The Economist/YouGov recently conducted a poll of 1500 US adults, asking prospective voters and non-voters a series of questions covering Trump, Putin, the economy...

Age, Race, and Gender Differences Emerge in Midterm Priorities

A recent Quinnipiac poll of 1,020 prospective voters asked them to share their primary motivations in the midterms and significant age, race, and gender...

ATTITUDES AND OPINIONS OF AFRICAN-AMERICANS

Executive Summary  Market Research Foundation commissioned a nationwide study of African-Americans in the United States.  The survey was conducted among 1,000 U.S. residents over the...
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The Party Divide – Most Black Voters are Moderates and Many...

Market Research Foundation’s July 2018 survey on 1000 African Americans asked voters about their political views and party identity, and discovered that while 83%...
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Three Major Findings on Black Voters No One is Talking About

Earlier this year as Market Research Foundation watched Trump’s approval among Blacks climb significantly beyond the share of the vote he received in 2016,...

Technology, Universal Basic Income, and the Dignity of Work

Have you heard of Andrew Yang yet? He’s an author, tech entrepreneur, and Democratic hopeful running for President in 2020 with a unique message...

Three Lesser-Discussed Trends to Watch for in the Mid-Terms

Several small trends are beginning to take shape on the political landscape – and if they grow, they represent risks as well as opportunities...

Midterms Represent a Vote for or Against Trump

A Pew Research survey conducted June 6th through 12th revealed 60% of respondents consider their midterm vote a vote for President Trump (26%) or...

How The GOP Missed Pennsylvania’s Trump Surge and What It Cost...

In sporting arenas, on assembly lines and at the ballot box, victory these days is decided on the razor’s edge.  Milliseconds and microscopic margins...

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Young Voters Are Quietly Shifting Away from The Democratic Party

“While a large percentage of Zoomers may balk at the Republican label, many have views that place them at odds with the modern Democratic Party as well.” Cracks continue to emerge in the left’s argument that young voters are Democratic loyalists, and the 2022 midterms cast more doubt on that...
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GOP Loses Another Key Race by Bleeding More of Their Own Vote

Thank you to Jim Crumley, a good friend of MRF who contributed to this analysis. Anemic GOP turnout was once again the defining factor of another GOP loss with Herschel Walker coming up over 90,000 votes short against Raphael Warnock in the Georgia senate runoff. Much like Kari Lake’s unnecessary...
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Lake Lost Because She Failed to Turn out Trump Voters in Rural Counties

Low propensity, rural voters are more difficult and expensive to reach, but they are vital for conservatives to continue winning races. Election day “issues” including ballots being denied by machines in Maricopa County may have contributed to Kari Lake’s loss in Arizona, but new analysis shows it was a lack...
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Young Voters Were a Big part of the Red wave in FL – Zoomers Were More GOP-Friendly Nationwide

Exit polls show Democrats lost seven points with Zoomers between 2018 and 2022 and the GOP gained five in an important shift. Tuesday night’s blowout victory in Florida for Governor Ron DeSantis relied heavily on high Hispanic support and a victory in populous Miami-Dade County, but young voters played a...
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Beware the Establishment Call for Unity

“While the sudden call for unity may be politically convenient to keep the establishment in power, evidence doesn't support that young people want lukewarm compromise.” The political establishment is pushing a new narrative that they hope will stymie Americans’ growing list of grievances from double-digit inflation to obscene fuel costs,...
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Gen Z is More Conservative Than You Think and Willing to Protect Traditional American Life

Younger voters may simply be more willing to wield the power of government to combat destructive globalist policies and protect traditional life. New polling shows younger voters may hold liberal views on social justice issues and abortion, but stark gender differences divide Gen Z on these issues. Gen Z prioritizes...
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Latino Support for Democrats Hits Record Low Due to Economic Turmoil

Latino voters say they prefer Democrat control of Congress by just 21 points, a significant decline in support over the past decade. A new NBC News/Telemundo poll shows that despite Latinos favoring Democrat control of Congress, Hispanic support for Democrats has plummeted over the past ten years, while GOP support...
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Biden’s Approval Rating Has Taken a Beating with Hispanics and Young People and It is Far from Over

Leftists are finally waking up to the reality that President Biden’s dwindling approval ratings with Hispanics and young voters will likely result in lower support for Democrats and jeopardize their prospects in the midterms. A recent opinion piece in The New Republic warned that young voters are “utterly disillusioned” with...
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GOP Holds Strong Advantage on the Economy but Many Voters think Neither Party Deserves Control

A new poll shows on the issues that will define the midterms – inflation, gas prices, the economy, and crime – Republicans hold a significant advantage over Democrats, but a wide swathe of Americans think neither party would do a good job. The August Ipsos poll shows voters favor Republicans...
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Liberal Political Scientist Who Predicted “Demographic Destiny” Scolds Leftists for Abandoning the Middle Class

The cultural focus of progressive organizations “sends me running screaming from the left.”  - Ruy Teixeira A left-wing political scientist who predicted in the early 2000s that demographic changes would turn the country blue is now scolding Democrats for abandoning the middle class and failing to secure the Latino vote. Ruy...