Resurgent Republic measures public opinion on whether health care policy should favor more government control and regulation or enable greater individual freedom and opportunity.
Six months before election day, electoral fundamentals favor Republicans according to the latest Resurgent Republic national survey of 1000 registered voters conducted April 30-May 3, 2012. Following are key highlights showing how Americans feel about Medicare.Read More
As part of our Target Voter Series, Resurgent Republic sponsored four focus groups among Blue Collar Catholic voters. Following are key highlights reflecting on health care reform, rising medical costs and the religious mandate.Read More
February 26, 2013
The center-right research and polling outfit Resurgent Republic is out with new polling and focus group data on under-40 voters.
August 18, 2012
Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan say that they welcome a debate about the federal budget and their plans to reform Medicare.
August 15, 2012
Predictably, Democrats went after Mitt Romney's new running mate immediately, describing Paul Ryan as a "certifiable right-wing ideologue" whose views are "extreme" and "radical." They focused on Medicare, warning that Republicans "would end Medicare as we know it," making it "a voucher
July 19, 2012
A new NPR/Resurgent Republic poll has President Obama and Governor Romney virtually tied in the polls. Obama leads Romney 47 to 45 percent overall, but Romney has a five-point lead among independent voters. However, there are several important conclusions from this poll on Obamacare’s effects on the election: