Resurgent Republic regularly measures public opinion among the growing Hispanic community and highlights opportunities and challenges for conservatives among this critically important demographic.
As part of our Target Voter Series, Resurgent Republic sponsored four focus groups among Hispanic voters in Albuquerque, New Mexico and Las Vegas, Nevada. These respondents all voted for President Obama in 2008, but are undecided on the generic presidential ballot today.Read More
Resurgent Republic conducted 500 interviews with Hispanic registered voters in Florida, showing that President Obama continues to underperform among Florida Hispanic voters.Read More
March 5, 2015
Republicans stand a slim chance of winning the presidency in 2016—unless they nominate a transformational candidate who can broaden the GOP’s appeal. That assertion may seem incongruous after Republican triumphs in 2014. But success in 2014 no more indicates the outcome of the 2016 election than victory in 2010 foretold the winner in
April 5, 2013
High-profile conservative groups are taking on an unexpected cause: passing immigration reform. A diverse mix of the Washington consultant class is cutting TV ads, revving up the grassroots and advising lawmakers on messaging and strategy in hopes of getting a bill across the finish line this year.
April 3, 2013
USA Today's Alan Gomez highlights the Resurgent Republic focus groups conducted in Iowa and South Carolina on CSPAN. He cites evidence that GOP primary voters agree with immigration reform once the facts about border security and the tough, long path to legal residence are made clear.
February 8, 2013
At this point, the narrative is pretty familiar to all: President Obama beat GOP nominee Mitt Romney by 44 percentage points among Latinos, 71 percent to 27 percent, exceeding the 67 percent of the Latino vote he won in 2008 over John McCain.