Friday, August 5, 2016 – Lansing – The 2016 Michigan primary campaign is just a few days in the rearview mirror and there are still roughly 100 days until we elect the nation’s next President, so the Pundit Poll is, of course, looking ahead to the 2018 campaign for Governor. Who’s running? Who’s not? We asked 101 of Michigan’s political experts and insiders.
Wednesday, June 1, 2016 – Mackinac Island, MI – The ferries are ferrying. The drinks are flowing. The Porch is being walked and talked. People are complaining/raving about the weather. The 2016 Detroit Regional Chamber Mackinac Policy Conference is underway. In honor of this political rite of spring in Michigan, the Pundit Poll looked to identify pundits’ top priorities for Detroit, and gauge the optimism around turning those priorities into realities.
Tuesday, May 3, 2016 - Lansing, MI – Teacher sickouts. New commissions. Local control. Legislative gridlock. Heartbreaking results. Dramatic turnarounds. Looking ahead five years, what will be the condition of the Detroit Public Schools? The Pundit Poll asked.
Thursday, April 28, 2016 - Lansing, MI - As the Flint water crisis carries into May, political insiders across the state increasingly feel that Governor Snyder’s ultimate legacy will be irreparably damaged by the ongoing situation.
LANSING, MI – April 19, 2016 – With the clown car known as the United States presidential campaign still six months from it merciful conclusion, The Pundit Poll thought, “Let’s throw another election cycle into the conversation.”
In an emailed survey from April 14-15, 100 of Michigan’s political insiders and pundits were asked to look ahead to the 2018 race for Governor in Michigan and the results were surprising.
Lansing, MI -- He came to Michigan and won. She came and lost. Still, in the wake of yesterday’s presidential primary elections, Donald Trump and Hillary Clint appear to remain the presumptive nominees for their respective parties. The Pundit Poll is looking ahead to November.
The Pundit Poll asked, “Who will win Michigan? Clinton. Trump. Or other.”
Lansing, MI -- Monday February 22, 2016 -- The inaugural survey of the recently unveiled Pundit Poll asked key Michigan political insiders to weigh on four of the hottest topics in Michigan today: the upcoming presidential primary, Governor Snyder and the legislature’s handling of the Flint water crisis, and the future of Michigan’s emergency management law.
New Survey Gives an Inside Look at Michigan Politics Directly from the Experts and Observers
Lansing, Mich. – The Pundit Poll, a new survey on the latest political news and issues in Michigan, launched today. The survey reports the compiled and confidential responses from political strategists, consultants, and insiders for across Michigan with the goal of offering an insider’s look at the political issues facing the state.
The Pundit Poll is the joint effort of Resch Strategies, a public relations and public affairs firm, and Denno Research, a public opinion company.