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Voters support enforcing child support cooperation for food stamp recipients. Automated telephone interviews were conducted with 570 likely voters in January 2017. Respondents were asked their thoughts on enforcing child support cooperation for food stamp recipients. Findings concluded that voters overwhelmingly support enforcing cooperation and over 60% of all voters and 55% of independents are more likely to support reformer policymakers. Full poll results can be...[ read more ]

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Voters support closing income loopholes for food stamp recipients. Automated telephone interviews were conducted with 1,379 likely voters in January 2017. Respondents were asked their thoughts on closing income loopholes for food stamp recipients. Findings concluded that voters overwhelmingly support asset testing and over 50% of independents are more likely to support reformer policymakers. Full poll results can be found here.

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Voters support asset testing for food stamp recipients. Automated telephone interviews were conducted with 561 likely voters in January 2017. Respondents were asked their thoughts on asset testing for food stamp recipients. Findings concluded that voters overwhelmingly support asset testing and over 60% of all voters and 57% of independents are more likely to support reformer policymakers. Full poll results can be found here....[ read more ]

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Voters want to stop welfare fraud and will support reformer policymakers. Automated telephone interviews were conducted with 612 likely voters in October 2016. Respondents were asked their thoughts on stopping welfare fraud, waste, and abuse. Findings concluded that voters overwhelmingly support methods to Stop the Scam and over 90% of republicans and 74% of independents are more likely to support reformer policymakers. Full poll results...[ read more ]

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Voters support work requirements for childless adults on food stamps. Automated telephone interviews were conducted with 579 likely voters in September 2016. Respondents were asked their thoughts on work requirements for welfare benefits. Findings concluded that voters overwhelmingly support work requirements and over 90% of Republicans and 70% of independents are more likely to support reformer policymakers. Full poll results can...[ read more ]

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Michigan voters support work requirements for childless adults on food stamps. Automated telephone interviews were conducted with 579 likely Michigan voters in September 2016. Respondents were asked their thoughts on work requirements for welfare benefits. Findings concluded that voters want statewide work requirements and will support reformer policymakers. Once they learned more, their support increased by seven points. Full poll...[ read more ]

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This simple solution could save Americans millions in health care costs, and a new poll out today shows that consumers want the Right to Shop. According to the poll, a clear majority of voters, 67 percent, don’t think they get better quality health care just because they pay more, and 63 percent feel providers charge significantly different prices for the same services...[ read more ]

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What do voters nationwide think about existing federal welfare requirements? Automated telephone interviews were conducted with 596 likely voters from across the country on October 11, 2015 through October 17th, 2015. Respondents were asked their thoughts on existing welfare requirements and also whether or not they believed there was need for welfare reform. View the complete poll results here or download...[ read more ]

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What do voters in South Dakota think about ObamaCare and Medicaid expansion? Automated telephone interviews were conducted with 716 likely South Dakota voters in December 2015 and January 2016.  Respondents were asked their thoughts on ObamaCare and Medicaid expansion. The result show that the more South Dakotans know about Medicaid expansion and its implications, the less they like it. Full...[ read more ]

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What do Kansas voters think about ObamaCare and Medicaid expansion? Automated telephone interviews were conducted with 1,130 likely Kansas voters in December 2015 and January 2016.  Respondents were asked their thoughts on ObamaCare and Medicaid expansion. Complete poll results can be seen here or downloaded below.         [wpfilebase tag=file id=69 /]