Hispanic support for Obamacare has dropped tremendously

The White House may be celebrating the 7.1 million Obamacare signups, but the law has never been so unpopular, especially among Latinos according to recent Pew Research Center data. During the 2012 presidential campaign, Obama, due to his campaign’s innovative survey and analytics techniques, was able to capture 71% of the Hispanic vote. However that [...]

 

Obamacare numbers equal bad news for Democrats

As the Obama administration celebrates the 7.1 million Obamacare sign-ups,  Democrats on the ballot this year are remaining cautious. Obamacare figures are all around us and surveys about the president’s healthcare law are constantly getting reported on. And while coverage can be a great thing these surveys I’m speaking about are not benefiting Democrats in [...]

 

WPA Weekly Media Roundup

This week WPA CEO Chris Wilson appeared on Fox News to discuss why Obamacare will have negative consequences for  Democrats this Fall. In addition, WPA had a couple of mentions in the media regarding our recent Iowa-based presidential poll. You can see the Fox News video and media mentions below: (Fox News appearance 4/10/14) “Ten days ago, [...]

 

Real healthcare reform starts with preventative measures

With the ongoing national debate over healthcare reform it’s interesting that preventative health measures, such as dietary supplements, have not made it to the forefront of the conversation.  If the goal of Obamacare is healthier Americans, there are surely far less costly fundamental reforms we could be pushing instead of overhauling one sixth of the [...]

 

Obamacare will have negative consequences for Democrats this Fall

(Fox News appearance 4/10/14) Midterm elections are driven and decided by intensity, and this issue is as intense as any I’ve ever seen. The bad news just keeps coming for Democrats. Even Dem strategists are now acknowledging the likelihood that they lose the Senate to Republicans. And this polling tracks with everything else I’ve seen recently: the [...]

 

The Texas Economic Model Works

  As the nation continues down a path of, at best, an anemic economic recovery, there is one state that has triumphed and overcome the status quo. No I’m not speaking about California and not about New York. I’m speaking about the lone star state, Texas. While states like California and New York are yesterday’s [...]

 

We didn’t choose UConn, but we still have a winner

March Madness may be over but the excitement still lives on. This year’s tournament was nerve-racking as we anxiously watched unexpected upsets unfold before our eyes and vital games go down to the wire . Though most of us at WPA had the front-runners winning (no one had UConn winning),  ultimately 7 seed UConn won [...]

 

WPA Weekly Media Roundup

  WPA Weekly Media Roundup WPA received a lot of national media attention this week for our new Iowa-based survey examining the potential 2016 GOP field.    The telephone poll surveyed 402 Republican Primary Voters from Iowa. We asked participants the following: “Now, thinking about the Presidential election coming up in 2016, if the Republican primary election for United [...]

 

CMS to mandate hospice care surverys

Thousands of home health agencies throughout the United States have participated in the Home Healthcare – Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems or HH-CAHPS Survey. However, starting next year many of these agencies will be mandated to implement a patient experience survey with their hospice care. The planned CMS hospice survey differs from other [...]

 

Obama says there was no “hard sell” for Obamacare. The $700 million he spent advertising it says otherwise.

From the moment he rammed Obamacare through Congress, the President has treated this like one of his political campaigns. He’s paid people to go out into communities and sign up participants for Obamacare, he and state governments have spent on advertising that talked little about the content or benefit of the program and instead focussed [...]

 

Mike Huckabee leading new WPA poll in Iowa

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The Des Monies Register covers WPA’s Iowa presidential survey

      Huckabee at the top of a big GOP presidential field, Iowa survey finds  By:  Jennifer Jacobs  One in four Iowa Republican voters remain undecided, a new survey in Iowa finds. Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee and U.S. Sen. Rand Paul are the two most popular Republican potential presidential candidates among a list of [...]

 

Obama’s actions will be consequential for Democrats come November

                    President Obama’s approval ratings have hit new lows in recent weeks, sparking legitimate fears among Democrats going into November’s mid-term elections. The President’s recent drop in the polls has been tied to the staggering economy and lingering concerns on how Obamacare will actually work, but [...]

 

Poll: Senior citizens are more Republican

                  Senior citizens living in the United States are more Republican according to a recent Gallup poll. According to the survey, people 65 and older, have become less Democratic and have realigned themselves with the Republican Party, especially since the end of the last decade.     [...]

 

Mike Huckabee “encouraged” by WPA poll

  Washington Examiner: Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, who won eight primaries and caucuses in the 2008 Republican presidential race, says a new poll showing him tied for the lead of the 2016 GOP primary race is “encouraging.” You can read the whole story by clicking the link below. Non-candidate Huckabee ‘encouraged’ by poll showing 2016 lead

 

WPA’s 2016 national presidential survey and media apperances

   2016 National Presidential Survey WPA Opinion Research conducted a nationwide 2016 presidential primary telephone poll from March 18-20th of 801 Republicans and Republican Leaning Independents. Our poll gained a great deal of media attention. The two questions below are highlights from our survey questionnaire. 1. If the Republican primary election for United States President [...]

 

Rand Paul and Mike Huckabee Leading New Nationwide 2016 WPA Poll

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Americans’ view Vladimir Putin as “unfavorable”

Tensions on the Ukraine-Russia border are still mounting. A range of troops have been massing along that border under the guise of military exercises, but these are not the type of exercises Russia would normally be doing. It may simply be an effort to intimidate Ukraine, or it may be that they’ve got additional plans. [...]

 

WPA CEO Chris Wilson talks Obamacare consequences for Democrats

The President and his team are running scared.  Democrats know that if the elections were held today they’d lose more ground in the House and be in real danger of losing the Senate.  They just don’t know how to fix it. Half of them seem to want to keep changing the rules until they can [...]

 

WPA CEO Chris Wilson featured today in The Daily Caller

WPA CEO Chris Wilson featured in The Daily Caller for his Obamacare piece. Click this link or read it below! ObamaCare’s 2014 tipping point By:@WilsonWPA Obamacare has never been popular. Once it was forced through Congress, more Americans disapproved (48 percent) than approved (37 percent) of it, according to a CBS News poll at the time. Despite [...]

 

Hispanic support for Obamacare has dropped tremendously

The White House may be celebrating the 7.1 million Obamacare signups, but the law has never been so unpopular, especially among Latinos according to recent Pew Research Center data. During the 2012 presidential campaign, Obama, due to his campaign’s innovative survey and analytics techniques, was

Obamacare numbers equal bad news for Democrats

As the Obama administration celebrates the 7.1 million Obamacare sign-ups,  Democrats on the ballot this year are remaining cautious. Obamacare figures are all around us and surveys about the president’s healthcare law are constantly getting reported on. And while coverage can be a great thing th

WPA Weekly Media Roundup

This week WPA CEO Chris Wilson appeared on Fox News to discuss why Obamacare will have negative consequences for  Democrats this Fall. In addition, WPA had a couple of mentions in the media regarding our recent Iowa-based presidential poll. You can see the Fox News video and media mentions below: (

Real healthcare reform starts with preventative measures

With the ongoing national debate over healthcare reform it’s interesting that preventative health measures, such as dietary supplements, have not made it to the forefront of the conversation.  If the goal of Obamacare is healthier Americans, there are surely far less costly fundamental reforms we


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