WPA CEO Chris Wilson until recently was the director of research and analytics for Cruz for President. Wilson appeared on the Digital Politics podcast to discuss how the campaign used big data to get out the vote, raise money and help the Texas senator in his White House bid. Listen to the interview below.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 23, 2015 44 Percent Of Democrats Support Taking Refugees From A Fictional Country Press Contact: Lauren Luxenburg email@example.com Washington, DC – Public Policy Polling, which is known for adding questions in surveys to exploit Republicans who are less informed, recently found that 30% of Republican voters would support bombing Agrabah, […]
Although Democrats have relied on rhetoric about women’s health when trying to energize a certain female voter base, Republican or Republican-leaning women are more slippery quarry. Chris Wilson, Cruz’s pollster, recalled work he did on Greg Abbott’s gubernatorial campaign against Wendy Davis, who was coming off her folk-hero filibuster of an abortion bill in the […]
As part of our continuing effort to keep our clients and friends up to date on the political environment as we head toward the 2016 Election, we distribute a periodic political update. In this update we’ll focus on they key indicators:• Direction of the Country• Obama Job Approval• Hillary Clinton’s Favorability• National Unemployment• Obama Approval on the Economy• National & per capita debt• […]
Sparks Fly in this highly spirited debate between Lisa Boothe and Nomiki Konst over the attacks GOP Candidate Carly Fiorina has received over her Planned Parenthood comments during the GOP Debate “As of this month there’s still a solid majority who do not find [Planned Parenthood] funding a sufficient reason to shut down the government. That’s […]
We have accompanied this excerpt from the post published by FuelFix on September 9th by Jennifer Dlouhy with our published memos. Click Here to Read the Complete Article. WASHINGTON — Lawmakers voting to allow widespread oil exports could see a backlash at the ballot box, a group of refiners warned on Wednesday, as they released new polls […]
Go put a bag of popcorn in the microwave. Trust me. Following the brutal murder of a young girl in San Francisco by an illegal alien who had been deported five times, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) grilled Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) director Sarah Saldaña during a Senate Judiciary Committee about the number of criminal […]
On Tuesday April 29th the Supreme Court began hearing oral arguments on the very controversial case of same-sex marriage. The Court will hear arguments surrounding two separate questions: first if same-sex marriages are Constitutional under the 14th Amendment. The second will address whether states banning gay marriage are required to recognize lawful same-sex marriage from […]
A new poll released by WPA Opinion Research on behalf of the Family Research Councill shows that the vast majority of Americans support religious liberty in the workplace. Last week saw Governor Mike Pence (R-IN) signing Indiana’s “Religious Freedom Restoration Act,” infuriating liberals zealots whom alleged his legislation encouraged discrimination against gays. It’s safe to assume these […]
Exclusive: Poll shows voter support for gas tax 16 February 2015 Aaron Gould Sheinin A majority of Georgia voters would support paying higher gas taxes to fund transportation improvements, a new poll released Monday shows. The poll, conducted for the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, shows strong support among Georgians for lawmakers to boost funding for […]
Obama says there was no “hard sell” for Obamacare. The $700 million he spent advertising it says otherwise.
(Fox News appearance 4/3/14) From the moment he rammed Obamacare through Congress, the President has treated this like one of his political campaigns. He’s paid people to go out into communities and sign up participants for Obamacare, he and state governments have spent on advertising that talked little about the content or benefit of the […]
During the last few years while the country has experienced economic low points causing some to question their economic futures ( I’m guilty of this), Hispanics have clung on to the traditional idea of attaining the American Dream, despite the economic hardships many of them currently face. What hardships am I talking about? Take […]