In our latest national survey, we asked Americans to compare their Commander-in-Chief to four other Western leaders.
While the rise of right-wing populism is undeniably on the rise, what we began to wonder is: outside of the end results, are there patterns between the voters in the recent national elections in the U.K., U.S., France, and Germany?
Using our PAAR Model results, we will try to gain a sense of why the election ended as it did.
From our Winter 2017 Omnibus results.
The second installment of our analysis into this year's election results.
Before we put all the blame on our elected officials, let’s always remember - we are very difficult to represent within the two-party framework.
Did Ross Perot help elect Bill Clinton in 1992? Our read on the data: yes, yes, and yes again.
Our latest national poll takes a look at sentiments surrounding one of the most important issues currently gripping the nation - gun control.
The prosecution recommended a six-year sentence, but Brock Turner, the star swimmer at Stanford University got just six months. The recent national discourse around this case seems to show we have come a long way in terms of openly recognizing and addressing the problem of campus sexual assault. But it’s cases like Turner’s that remind us just how much more needs be done.
There has been a lot of talk about the large number of voters in the Republican primaries, and Donald Trump is taking the credit for turning out new voters. But are these actually new voters?
The rise in popularity of public polling during the last few campaign cycles has driven a more data-centric approach of politics. Here, we analyze the methodological difference between our research platform, Trendency, and Nate Silver's FiveThirtyEight, with a focus on determining the outcomes of presidential primaries.