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05.01.24

Will young peoples’ economic concerns and mistrust of government keep them from the polls? 

By Adam Abrams By Catherine Adamchak By Regina Anderson By Cate Biegun By Brendan Buck By Tim Burger By Robin Calleja By Scott Deitz By David Di Martino By Christine Dunn

A new Harvard poll reports some dismal statistics about young people: overarching economic concerns, worry about entering the job market, and low political engagement.  To explore young Americans’ attitudes toward […]

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02.14.24

Artificial Intelligence Public Polling

By Adam Abrams By Catherine Adamchak By Regina Anderson By Cate Biegun By Brendan Buck By Tim Burger By Robin Calleja By Scott Deitz By David Di Martino By Christine Dunn

If you look at the news, you know that Artificial Intelligence is everywhere. There are articles about everything from the danger of AI deepfakes… to concern about whether AI will […]

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10.25.23

Want to win an election? Go beyond the horse race. Understand the issues.

By Adam Abrams By Catherine Adamchak By Regina Anderson By Cate Biegun By Brendan Buck By Tim Burger By Robin Calleja By Scott Deitz By David Di Martino By Christine Dunn

According to Real Clear Politics’ Average as of Mid-October 2023, Biden and Trump are statistically tied in the polls.   Biden 44.5%.  Trump 45.2% (Trump +0.7%.)  The horse race polls say they’re tied.  But… are […]

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12.15.22

Post-Election Poll Webinar

By Adam Abrams By Catherine Adamchak By Regina Anderson By Cate Biegun By Brendan Buck By Tim Burger By Robin Calleja By Scott Deitz By David Di Martino By Christine Dunn

Seven Letter Insight’s Matt George and Jessa Scott-Johnson review results from the Seven Letter Insight post-election poll of self-identified 2022 midterm voters.  In a representatively sampled, post-Midterm poll of 1500 voters, the Insight […]

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12.14.22

Seven Letter Insight’s Post-Election Poll of 2022 Midterm Voters Identifies Rifts Between Political Ideologies

By Adam Abrams By Catherine Adamchak By Regina Anderson By Cate Biegun By Brendan Buck By Tim Burger By Robin Calleja By Scott Deitz By David Di Martino By Christine Dunn

In a representatively sampled, post-Midterm poll of 1500 voters, Seven Letter Insight posed to understand how Republicans view Democrats and how Democrats view Republicans.  The poll also identified key words […]

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12.02.22

Seven Letter Insight’s Post-Election Poll of 2022 Midterm Voters Explores Trust in Institutions and Industries

By Adam Abrams By Catherine Adamchak By Regina Anderson By Cate Biegun By Brendan Buck By Tim Burger By Robin Calleja By Scott Deitz By David Di Martino By Christine Dunn

In a representatively sampled, post-Midterm poll of 1500 voters, Seven Letter Insight posed questions to Midterm voters to their level of trust in organizations, institutions, and the media.  The poll […]

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11.22.22

Seven Letter Insight’s Post-Election Poll of 2022 Midterm Voters Explores Changing Trust in Elections

By Adam Abrams By Catherine Adamchak By Regina Anderson By Cate Biegun By Brendan Buck By Tim Burger By Robin Calleja By Scott Deitz By David Di Martino By Christine Dunn

In a representatively sampled, post-Midterm poll of 1500 voters, Seven Letter Insight identified levels of trust in our election process.  The poll was conducted from November 10-15 2022 and has […]

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11.15.22

Seven Letter Insight’s Post-Election Poll Gives Glimpse Into 2024 GOP Primary

By Adam Abrams By Catherine Adamchak By Regina Anderson By Cate Biegun By Brendan Buck By Tim Burger By Robin Calleja By Scott Deitz By David Di Martino By Christine Dunn

In a representatively sampled, post-Midterm poll of 1500 voters, Seven Letter Insight posed questions to a subset of the sample who identified as Republicans to learn their preferences for the […]

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11.09.22

O’Dwyer’s: Yes, Polling Still Matters

By Adam Abrams By Catherine Adamchak By Regina Anderson By Cate Biegun By Brendan Buck By Tim Burger By Robin Calleja By Scott Deitz By David Di Martino By Christine Dunn

I recently had a conversation with the personification of “margin-of-error.” With a mischievous grin, a small business owner in North Carolina recounted with glee how he had personally thwarted the […]

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11.02.22

New Georgia Governor Poll Shows Kemp Winning

By Adam Abrams By Catherine Adamchak By Regina Anderson By Cate Biegun By Brendan Buck By Tim Burger By Robin Calleja By Scott Deitz By David Di Martino By Christine Dunn

Seven Letter conducted a poll of 762 likely midterm voters to determine voter preferences in the upcoming 2022 Gubernatorial race in Georgia.  The results show Kemp winning by a margin […]

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