David Perdue wins Georgia runoff election; WPA only firm that predicted victory

Last night WPA’s client David Perdue won in an upset election runoff for U.S. Senate in Georgia. Take a look at the polling coverage leading up to Perdue’s victory. WPA was the only firm that predicted a Perdue victory.  Also, read what POLITICO had to say about WPA partner Chris Perkins below: From Politico: Perdue […]


Obama may well be the next Woodrow Wilson

The last few weeks have shown us the tragic results when a President abdicates, and “abdicates” is the right word, his fundamental responsibility to lead America and lead the country in understanding its role in the world. While Obama golfs, poses for photo ops, fundraises, and rolls out narrow liberal agenda items related to government […]


Survey: China will surpass the United States as leading superpower

The numbers are out, a large amount of people worldwide believe that China will soon replace the U.S. as the world’s leading superpower. This notion has been reinforced by factors such as the U.S. economy struggling to regain its footing and as the Obama administration continues to draw extensive criticism for its underwhelming response to certain crises around the […]


Courtesy of the RNC: Troubling 2014 ObamaCare costs

The Republican National Committee aggregated recent data and news updates about ObamaCare and the rising costs associated with it. Below you can check out the RNC’s post about the Affordable Care Act and the detrimental effects the law  is producing all over the country. IN STATES AROUND THE COUNTRY, DEMOCRATS WILL NEED TO EXPLAIN OBAMACARE’S […]


ObamaCare continues to constrain small businesses

If Obama really wanted to put the economy back on track he wouldn’t have imposed the disastrous ObamaCare on the American people. To be perfectly honest the still-fragile U.S. economy simply cannot afford the costs of the Affordable Care Act. A recent Bloomberg poll shows that 60% of survey participants fear that health care costs will get worse within the next year and […]


Republicans are likely to take the Senate this November

Looking at the House, there’s virtually no chance that Democrats can win the 17 seats they need to topple Republican Speaker Boehner. This is especially true when you take into account that there aren’t a whole lot of competitive seats and the fact that this year’s midterm voters are projected to be more conservative, older […]


The majority of Americans agree with Cruz on the border crisis

Senator Ted Cruz appeared on the Sean Hannity Show last night to talk about the ongoing border crisis claiming that the majority of the unaccompanied children crossing the border are doing so because they believe they will receive amnesty and be allowed to stay in the United States. Cruz stated that the situation on the […]


Higher-risk ObamaCare enrollees to cause premium spikes this Fall

News about even more premium hikes was bouncing around the internet this morning and for good reason as insurers, taking a closer look at ObamaCare enrollees found that the group is older and sicker than expected as  young  folks took a pass on the healthcare law in early 2014. What this ultimately means is that premiums […]


Poll: Obama is the worst president since WWII, but that’s not his biggest problem

A new poll out of Quinnipiac University has gained a lot of attention and for good reason. The university’s description of the survey begins by saying, “President Barack Obama is the worst president since World War II, 33 percent of American voters say.” Then the description continues by saying, “America would be better off if Republican […]


WPA partner, Bryon Allen featured in the National Review Online

WPA partner and COO, Bryon Allen (@AllenWPA) was featured in the National Review Online for his energy piece titled Obama’s Out-of-Touch Energy Priorities. Bryon’s op-ed focuses on the the detrimental effects of the administration’s unpopular energy policies, highlights how the majority of American’s do not support Obama’s energy initiatives and points to the results of WPA’s recent national survey on […]


Freedom satisfaction levels drop in America: Economy and corruption to blame

Americans are less satisfied with the freedom to choose what they want to do with their lives as compared to seven years ago. According to Gallup,  the level of freedom satisfaction dropped 12 percentage points in the United States from 91% in 2006 to 79% in 2013. Gallup also notes that the percentage of Americans […]


WPA Poll: Supreme Court ruling in line with majority of Americans’ views

With the Supreme Court ruling in favor of Hobby Lobby, we can be proud to say that the principles of the constitution are alive and well in America! WPA’s recent national survey that was conducted on behalf of the Family Research Council shows that today’s Supreme Court Ruling is in line with the views of the majority of Americans. To […]


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