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Can Romney make inroads with Hispanic voters?

By Jennifer Rubin | The Washington Post
April 23, 2012

Resurgent Republic, the conservative polling and advocacy group (from which recently hired Mitt Romney adviser Ed Gillespie hails), is out with an interesting report on focus groups of Hispanic voters in Albuquerque and Las Vegas.

McGurn: The 'Likable' Barack Obama

By William McGurn | The Wall Street Journal
April 16, 2012

Resurgent Republic, a conservative-leaning public research firm, found the same likability at work in recent focus groups of independents who had voted for Mr. Obama in 2008.

If President Obama were a car, what kind of car would he be?

By Chris Cillizza | The Washington Post
April 12, 2012

“If President Obama was a car, what kind of car would he be and why?”

That’s the question Resurgent Republic, a Republican-led polling conglomerate, asked a group of independents in Colorado and Virginia who had voted for the president in 2008.

Supercommittee Failure Highlights Obama’s Leadership Deficit

By Luke Frans
November 22, 2011

Following the Supercommitee’s failure to reach an agreement, Washington is captivated with postmortems dissecting what went wrong and assigning blame. Congressional Republicans and Democrats have staked out familiar territory with one side rejecting tax increases and the other sweeping entitlement reforms. Yet President Obama is also

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