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Your Daily Polling Update with Nonpartisan Analysis:

LUNCHTIME POLITICS is a daily email newsletter that covers political and issue polling. It includes nonpartisan analysis and insights by Certus Insights’ Chief Analyst, Ron Faucheux.

 

That’s why more than 6,000 Members of Congress, Capitol Hill staffers, presidential candidates, governors, White House advisers, party officials, top journalists, TV and radio show producers, campaign consultants, lobbyists and association executives subscribe.

Common topics found in the Lunchtime Politics Newsletter:

Presidential Job Approval

The Lunchtime Politics Presidential Job Approval rating averages a number of nationwide polls. Please see our approval dashboard for trends with the average.

State-Level Political Polls

Track Senate races, governor favorability, issues, and presidential primary races all at the state level.

Pop Culture + Media

Track trends on media consumption, information, and media habits of U.S. adults and other important consumer groups.

Politician + Public Figure Favorability

See how favorably or unfavorably U.S. adults view figures such as presidential candidates, congressmen and women, the British royal family, among others.

National Public Opinions

Follow important attitudes on current events, political trends, and national issues.

International Elections + Political Party Support

Stay up-to-date on political parties in the United Kingdom, German and France are doing and follow their national elections.

About the Publisher: 

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Dr. Faucheux is a nationally respected public opinion analyst with a unique background in public policy and legislative research, public communications and message strategies.

Ron Faucheux
Chief Analyst

Dr. Faucheux is a nationally respected public opinion analyst with a unique background in public policy and legislative research, public communications and message strategies.

 

A former member of the Louisiana House of Representatives, he also served as editor and publisher of Campaigns & Elections magazine. He now publishes the daily newsletter about polling, Lunchtime Politics.

He is also the author of Running for Office and editor of the Debate Book, Winning Elections and Campaign Battle Lines. He was appointed by President Bush to the U.S. National Historical Publications and Records Commission of the National Archives.

 

He’s appeared over 300 times on national network television programs as an expert analyst and has been interviewed by hundreds of newspapers, radio stations and magazines across the globe. He is frequently quoted as an authoritative, nonpartisan media source on a range of issues.

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