What President Trump understands that Democrats don't

As a practitioner of public opinion polling, I’ve studied, poked and analyzed opinions for more than 25 years. I’ve learned and grown to appreciate how fickle and malleable opinions can be. I’ve also come to understand through opinion research, why President Trump is playing a winning hand going into 2020 and why he is better positioned for victory than you might think.

Mr. Trump isn’t playing the opinion game. He is playing on a different field. He is playing on beliefs and values. And his opponents are all too happy to assist him.

Opinions can change, and they often do. Beliefs don’t change. We can change our opinion about a candidate, or a restaurant, or a TV series. But we don’t change our fundamental values. We don’t change our beliefs. Opinions are ephemeral. Beliefs are unwavering.

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Trump super PAC girds for 2020 in key battlegrounds with new polling team

A key and well-funded pro-Trump super PAC and its sister nonprofit organization are ramping up for the 2020 election, hiring three national pollsters to help their efforts in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Michigan.

America First Action PAC and America First Policies told Secrets that they hired they Wes Anderson, Jon Lerner, and Adam Geller, all with extensive GOP polling background and experiences.

“These three professionals are exceptional pollsters whom we trust and are committed to the mission of our organizations. We’re proud to have them on board,” said Brian O. Walsh, president of America First.

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Poll: Ex-Con Coal Baron Dropping In West Virginia Senate Race

Republicans may be able to avoid disaster after all in West Virginia, according to a new poll.

Controversial coal baron and ex-con Don Blankenship has dropped to third place in the Republican primary to face Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) in the fall, according to a new poll conducted for the neutral Republican group GOPAC. He sits at 12 percent support in the survey, with West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey at 24 percent and Rep. Evan Jenkins (R-WV) at 20 percent.

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Poll: 70% support Trump's immigration policies, want Americans hired first

Most Americans support President Trump's immigration reform plans that aim to cut illegal entries and boost the hiring of legal Americans, according to a new survey just being circulated.

Despite charges from Democratic leaders like Sen. Chuck Schumer and Rep. Nancy Pelosi that the "vast majority of Americans" decry Trump's America First focus, the new survey shows that many of the president's policies are supported by 70 percent to 80 percent of the public.

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Will Trump Clinch The GOP Nomination Before The Convention?

The Republican race for the presidential nomination is down to just one man and one number: Donald Trump and 1,237 — the number of delegates required to clinch the nomination. Can Trump win 1,237 delegates by the end of the primary season on June 7? Will he be forced to plunder among the more than 100 unbound or currently uncommitted delegates who will make the trip to Cleveland in order to win on a first ballot at the Republican National Convention? Or are we all but assured of a multi-ballot convention?
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PolitickerNJ: GOP Pollster Adam Geller Nails It in Florida

Last night clearly belonged to Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. But if you’re looking for a New Jersey angle, a good one can be found in Adam Geller, the GOP pollster who runs National Research, Inc.
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Roll Call: Tennessean Spends Big To Make Indianans Get To Know Him

After spending $221,000 on the air in Indiana’s 9th District over the past five weeks, Indiana Jobs Now, a super PAC backing Republican Trey Hollingsworth, has released an internal poll suggesting that the Tennessee transplant is gaining traction in the district.
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