NBC News/Marist Poll Results & Analysis of Michigan

Biden Up by 8 Points in Michigan

NBC News/Marist Poll Results & Analysis of Wisconsin

Biden Leads Trump by 10 in Wisconsin

NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist Poll Results & Analysis

Biden Up 11 Points Over Trump Nationally

NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist Poll Results

The latest NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist Polls track public opinion on the most pressing issues today.

8/29: What About the Economy?

By Barbara Carvalho Whatever happened to this election being about the economy and only the economy? Well, the summer months ushered in a slew of back and forth arguments between the Obama and Romney campaigns which had little to do with what Romney hoped would be a referendum on President Obama and the stalled economic recovery. […]

7/11: But Wait, There’s More

By Dr. Lee M. Miringoff Are you in search of the definitive narrative for decision ’12?  Each time something BIG happens…an Obama or a Romney gaffe, the SCOTUS ruling on immigration or health care, the latest jobs numbers etc… the pundit and polling communities pounce on it as the storyline for the election. Well, chattering […]

5/30: It’ll Still Be the Economy, But Maybe We’re Just a Little Dense

By Barbara Carvalho Every 20 years or so something punches through the chattering class, and its shelf-life seems timeless.  For an earlier generation, “What did the president know, and when did he know it?” took the crown, followed by Carter’s “Malaise,” and perhaps, Reagan’s “I am paying for this microphone” proclamation.  Since then, the classic, […]

3/20: The Toll of Gas on Campaign 2012

By Barbara Carvalho In matters both athletic and political, the best defense is always the best offense.  With the rapidly escalating gas wars threatening to engulf campaign 2012, it seems the Obama team is trying to do just that.  Faced with some serious incoming about soaring fuel costs from GOPers Romney, Santorum, and Gingrich, President […]

3/6: Taking the Pulse of the Economy

By John Sparks Is the U.S. economy really in a recovery?  What about gas prices, and what role could the economy play in this election year?  Associate Editor of Barron’s, Michael Santoli, spoke with The Marist Poll’s John Sparks about this and more.  Listen to the interview below. John Sparks Michael, some folks are saying […]

1/27: An Optimistic Picture of the NYS Economy

By Barbara Carvalho One of the most interesting numbers from Marist’s poll of New York State deals with those who now believe the worst of the state’s financial failings are behind us.  As recently as this past November, only 42% thought that we had turned the economic corner.  Now, 52% see things in a more rosy […]