Political Climate

Resurgent Republic helps define the ongoing political landscape by indentifying emerging national issues and measuring voters’ perception of political figures and parties.

Worth Discussing

A Closer Look at Self-Insured Voters and their Impact on 2014

By Luke Frans
November 11, 2013

In recent weeks, more than four million individuals and families who rely on the individual marketplace for health insurance received notices that their health insurance plans will no longer be available due to new requirements stemming from Obamacare.

Polling Trends on the Government Shutdown

By Luke Frans
October 10, 2013

With week 2 of the partial government shutdown drawing to a close, momentum appears to be building for a short-term extension of the debt ceiling and government funding. Public polling during the last 10 days offers several important lessons should a deal fall apart or we return to an impasse in a few weeks time.

The Political Climate Halfway Through 2013

By Luke Frans
July 1, 2013

President Obama faces an increasingly difficult political climate upon his return from Africa this week. The direction of the country has soured in recent months and his job approval rating is worsening due in part to the string of scandals (IRS investigations, reporter surveillance, and Benghazi timeline) and the...

Why Immigration Could Pass

By Ronald Brownstein | National Journal
April 18, 2013

One way to measure the chasm that Congress must bridge to complete comprehensive immigration reform after years of stalemate is to consider the cultural, economic, and demographic distance between two restaurants.

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