PNA recently partnered with Breakthrough Strategies & Solutions to complete a comprehensive strategic playbook aimed at fomenting public discussion around climate change and environmental issues. Based on a large national poll, as well as recently-conducted research in the public sphere, the playbook illustrates how to incorporate the values of responsibility, patriotism and accountability into conversations about climate disruption as a way to connect the moral imperative of climat change to the American public. The playbook has been covered in national media outlets like Grist and the Huffington Post.
National Reframing Reproductive Health Research
This national research identifies message themes and opportunities to change the conversation about abortion to better reflect the views of the majority of Americans, most of whom support a woman's right to make her own medical and family planning decisions. As a part of this national research, PNA also explored attitudes and opinions of Latino and African American voters in order to better understand these important demographic groups and identify effective message strategies to use when conducting outreach to these communities.
Voters Across the Board Overwhelmingly Support Background Checks
This data shows there is also a break between GOP voters and the party’s political leadership on this issue. In all seven states, majorities of GOP voters favor background checks. And background checks are supported by voters who view the NRA favorably in every state. “We’ve seen strong nationwide numbers on background checks for years. This data shows that in key Senate swing states, voters overwhelmingly support expanding background checks,” said PNA President Jill Hanauer. "We are seeing Washington DC finally catching up with the American public on the issue of background checks."
Florida Voters Back Citzenship
Voters statewide in Florida and in key swing congressional districts are strongly supportive of immigration reform and are more likely to support a political candidate who supports a pathway to citizenship, findings from five new polls show.
Project New America partnered with Public Policy Polling to conduct a statewide survey in Florida from April 26-29 while simultaneously running the same survey in the districts of key Representatives: Daniel Webster FL-10, Gus Bilirakis FL-12, Dennis Ross FL-15 and Tom Rooney FL-17.
Groundbreaking Latino Models and Research
This body of knowledge builds upon Project New America's years of in-depth Hispanic research by looking at the nationwide Hispanic population for unique attitudes and demographic characteristics, particularly in emerging areas. The research investigates core issue priorities among Hispanic voters, including socio-economic background, family country of origin, generational length of residence in the U.S., gender, age, and religion. The project also allows us to understand media habits, communication usage, and language preferences among different audiences. Additionally, PNA has developed first-of-their-kind Hispanic voter issue models that allow users to identify and communicate with individual voters based on four different issue models.
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