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National Poll on Coronavirus

National Poll on Coronavirus

Change Research National Poll: March 26-28, 2020Key FindingsAmericans say they want expanded access to affordable healthcare even more than before the coronavirus crisis hitThe public broadly supports a national Vote By Mail policy for the 2020 election More voters...

Leadership During COVID-19

Leadership During COVID-19

Dear Friends of Change,We hope you’re doing okay in this challenging time. We’re thankful for everyone who’s going above and beyond to make the world a better place -- whether they’re helping the sick, loading up supplies to keep us going, or pushing for a world that...

Battleground Voters on COVID-19

Battleground Voters on COVID-19

CNBC/ Change Research Poll in Arizona, Florida, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin: March 9-11, 2020Key FindingsA majority of voters have serious concerns about the coronavirus disease. A 53% majority say they have serious concerns about the...

Sanders leads by 17 Points in the Democratic Primary in California

Sanders leads by 17 Points in the Democratic Primary in California

Change Research/ KQED California Poll: February 20-23, 2020Key Takeaways:Bernie Sanders (37%) has consolidated his lead in the Democratic primary, followed by Warren (20%), Biden (12%), Buttigieg (11%), and Bloomberg (6%).Sanders leads among all age groups. His lead...

Sanders leads the Democratic Primary in New Hampshire

Sanders leads the Democratic Primary in New Hampshire

Change Research New Hampshire Poll: February 8-9, 2020Key FindingsBernie Sanders leads the Democratic primary with 30%, followed by Pete Buttigieg (21%). Joe Biden (9%), Elizabeth Warren (8%) and Amy Klobuchar (8%) round out the top five candidates.Sanders leads among...

Sanders leads by 14 Points in the Democratic Primary in California

Sanders leads by 14 Points in the Democratic Primary in California

Change Research/ KQED California Poll: January 25-27, 2020Key Takeaways:.Bernie Sanders has consolidated his lead in the Democratic primary with 30%, followed by Warren (16%), Biden (15%), and Buttigieg (8%). 13% of the electorate says they are still undecided.Sanders...

PollerCoaster 2020: Sanders Leads by 8 Points in Iowa Caucuses

PollerCoaster 2020: Sanders Leads by 8 Points in Iowa Caucuses

Crooked Media/Change Research Iowa Poll: January 22-26, 2020 Key Takeaways: Bernie Sanders has an 8 point lead (27%) in the Iowa caucuses, followed by Pete Buttigieg (19%), Joe Biden (18%), Elizabeth Warren (15%), and Amy Klobuchar (10%).Sanders leads among all voters...

Rust Belt Rising Poll of Midwestern States

Rust Belt Rising Poll of Midwestern States

Poll in Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Ohio from December 3-5, 2019 Key Findings:  Rust Belt Rising recently conducted a survey in four key Midwestern states that will decide the next President - Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Ohio - to understand...

Sanders, Warren, Biden lead the Democratic Primary in California

Sanders, Warren, Biden lead the Democratic Primary in California

Change Research/ KQED California Poll: December 6-10, 2019 Key Takeaways:  Bernie Sanders (26%), Elizabeth Warren (23%), and Joe Biden (19%) lead among Democratic primary voters in California in December. Sanders leads among 18-34 year-old voters and 35-49 year-old...

The Data Story Behind Kamala Harris

The Data Story Behind Kamala Harris

More than 5,000 respondents in 60,000 completed surveys Change Research collected over the past twelve months selected Kamala Harris as their top choice for Democratic nomination for President, with Harris also consistently ranking high as a second choice for...

Californians on PG&E, Wildfires, and Shutoffs

Californians on PG&E, Wildfires, and Shutoffs

Change Research California Poll: October 15-October 18, 2019 Key Takeaways:  Californians have lost faith in large, Wall Street-driven publicly traded companies to put people first. The plurality of Californians (40%) want the basics -- light, power and public safety...

Warren, Sanders, and Biden lead the Democratic Primary in Wisconsin

Warren, Sanders, and Biden lead the Democratic Primary in Wisconsin

Wisconsin Voters are evenly split on impeachment; Warren, Sanders, Biden lead the Democratic Primary in Wisconsin Change Research Wisconsin Poll: September 29-October 2, 2019 Key Takeaways:  When asked whether they support “voting to impeach President Trump, while...

PollerCoaster 2020: Dems are Up by 1 Point Against Trump in Arizona

PollerCoaster 2020: Dems are Up by 1 Point Against Trump in Arizona

Crooked Media/Change Research Arizona Poll: September 27-28, 2019 Key Takeaways:The generic Democrat is up 47-46. However, if the 2020 election were to occur today, 42% of voters say they would definitely vote for Trump while 37% say they would definitely vote for the...

Battleground District Voters on Impeachment

Battleground District Voters on Impeachment

Change Research Poll in 31 Trump-won, Democratic-held Congressional Districts: September 25-27, 2019 Change Research surveyed 1,094 likely voters in 31 Democratic-held House districts that Trump carried in 2016. The survey was conducted from September 25-27, after...

Change Research Accuracy

Change Research Accuracy

A Retrospective on the 2018 General Election In 2018, hundreds of candidates and organizations chose to work with Change Research because Change is fast, affordable, and accurate. We had a very successful 2018, conducting over 500 polls, working with winning...

The Trump Bump for Democrats: Measuring Turnout

The Trump Bump for Democrats: Measuring Turnout

Some say Conor Lamb won in Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional district by moving right. Donald Trump says he is “like Trump” and “he sounds like a Republican to me.” The implication: Lamb was more like Trump, so Trump voters voted for him.  The data say...

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