Neil Newhouse

Public Opinion Strategies

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Co-founder of Public Opinion Strategies, a Republican political and public affairs survey and polling firm; prominent pollster for the 2012 Romney/Ryan campaign

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Even before the midterm voting began, both parties were looking ahead to the next Presidential election. Now, Republicans have the Senate for the first time since 2006, and their…

The Elections Are Over: Let the Campaign Begin

Even before the midterm voting began, both parties were looking ahead to the next Presidential election. Now, Republicans have the Senate for the first time since 2006, and their…

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