Polling and Opinion Research
The First Focus Campaign for Children commissioned opinion research to assess public support for the bipartisan Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP). The survey, completed by the Republican opinion research firm American Viewpoint, found nearly three-fourths of likely voters support the extension of CHIP funding. This fact sheet details the survey's key findings.
With Congressional negotiators working to finalize a short-term budget deal, a new national poll shows strong bipartisan support for children's initiatives. The survey, completed by the Republican polling firm American Viewpoint, underscores voters' concerns about the well-being of today's children and their future prospects. It also demonstrates voters' strong bipartisan support for tax policies that lift children out of poverty, initiatives to prevent child abuse and neglect, and other investment's in children.
First Focus Campaign for Children commissioned from Lake Research Partners an 2012 Election Day Eve poll showing strong bipartisan support for investments in our children, especially among Latino voters. This memo analyzes the crosstabs of Latino voters in comparison to all voters to show stronger levels of support in areas like child health, family tax credits, and the DREAM Act.
A poll conducted on the eve of 2012's Election Day shows strong bipartisan support for federal investments in America's children. The Lake Research Partners survey found that Democrats and Republicans strongly back priority initiatives, ranging from a concrete plan to halve child poverty within ten years to extension of effective anti-poverty family tax credits and the successful Children's Health Insurance Program.Read an analysis of responses from Latino voters here.
This memo provides an overview of responses from Latino voters in a new poll released by the First Focus Campaign for Children. Like other voters, Latino voters want candidates to focus more on children, and oppose efforts to cut key investments in America's kids.
A new poll shows that voters want candidates to focus more on children. In fact, nearly two-thirds feel the 2012 presidential campaigns should increase their focus on children’s issues. The survey also found that bipartisan majorities, including Tea Party supporters and fiscal conservatives, oppose budget cuts to critical investments in children's health, education, and safety.Public Opinion Strategies — a nationally-recognized opinion research firm that works with Republican campaigns and in corporate and public affairs — completed the poll for the First Focus Campaign for Children in mid-September, 2012. This document summarizes the...
A new poll shows that voters want candidates to focus more on children and oppose efforts to cut key investments in kids. Public Opinion Strategies — a nationally-recognized opinion research firm that works with Republican campaigns and in corporate and public affairs — completed the poll for the First Focus Campaign for Children in mid-September, 2012. This Public Opinion Strategies memo underscores key findings from the poll. A related document summarizes the "topline" results.