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 […]

 

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 […]

 

Obama by the Numbers

Courtesy of the RNC: A Look At The Numbers Behind Obama’s Sputtering Economy And The ObamaCare Debacle ​ $27.2 Trillion: Total Amount Of Debt Projected By The End Of 2024. (“The Budget And Economic Outlook: 2014 To 2024,” The Congressional Budget Office, 2/4/14) $17.3 Trillion: The Total National Debt After Five Years Of Promises To […]

 

Recent CBO Report Ignites Fierce Debate In Washington

ObamaCare, The Affordable Healthcare Act or whatever you may call it, was given a devastating blow to its credibility when the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released its study of the government’s budget and how it will affect the overall economy within the next 10 years. What exactly is the devastating news? ObamaCare will push the […]

 

Hispanic Support For Obama Has Dropped

It’s important to point out that Obama’s failed policies are not going unnoticed, especially among Hispanics. A Gallup poll conducted last month shows Hispanic support for the President dropping 23 percent from 75 to 52 over the last year.   The reason is simple:  Obama’s policies are hurting Hispanics far more than they helping.  One […]

 

2014 Starts Off With A Big Week in Politics

War on Poverty and Obama’s Politics   Obama constantly preaches about income inequality and poverty; yet his policies have done little to change the overall poverty levels.  Some government indicators show poverty levels have been worse under Obama since the recession ended than they were before the recession under Bush.   Look, President Johnson’s goal […]

 

Obama and Dems Sink Lower

A new poll from Quinnipiac reveals that President Obama’s approval rate is taking a plunge and pulling Democratic lawmakers down with him. Among the findings: President Barack Obama’s job approval among American voters drops to a new low, a negative 38 – 57 percent. Obama gets a negative 41 – 49 percent among voters 18 […]

 

Conservative Heavy-Weight Mike Huckabee Cites WPA/FRC National Poll

True conservative Mike Huckabee discussed the recent WPA/Family Research Council National Poll showing that a majority of Americans oppose the HHS mandate on contraceptives. Listen to Governor Huckabee’s radio broadcast here!

 

WPA National Poll Finds That Obamacare’s Failures Would Have Led to Different 2012 Outcome

WPA Opinion Research conducted a national survey of 801 likely voters to gauge public perception on President Obama’s promise that “if you like your health care plan, you can keep it.”  Consistent with recent public data, WPA found that the 2012 election would have been different had Obama voters been aware that their health care […]

 

But It Takes Millions to Run a Congressional Campaign, Right?

So many times people are afraid to run for office because they think the amount of money they need to raise is too daunting.  Unfortunately, many good candidates then decide not to run. In a recent article by Sean Trende, “Is the Value of Campaign Spending Overrated?” this issue is well researched and the facts […]

 

WPA CEO Chris Wilson Featured in a New Daily Caller Article on WPA Client Liz Cheney

The Daily Caller released a new article today on the polling for WPA Client Liz Cheney that included discussion on the numbers with CEO Chris Wilson. Below are some excerpts from the article: Wilson declined to provide TheDC with the campaign’s internals — saying, “I don’t want to get into a releasing-poll game. There’s no […]

 

A Good Looking Candidate Does Not Always Mean a Good Candidate

This past week, Harvard Political Scientist Ryan Enos suggested something that defied what many Americans have assumed for years: Good looking candidates don’t always win elections. I know – this is truly shocking. But the truth is that attractiveness is not a deciding factor for the majority of people when it comes to elections. The […]

 

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