Testing of 24 critical issue positions with specific language based on previously poll and focus group research reveals a 62% New American Majority that could be captured by the Republican Party, with an additional 13% persuadable to vote for Republicans. This would make 75% of the American electorate available to a New American Majority Coalition.
A recent survey performed by Scott Rasmussen shows that 72 percent of voters favor expanding oil and gas drilling on government lands to enhance fossil fuel production and decrease the current energy prices.
The American Majority Project through polling and focus groups delve into how Americans are dealing with a wide range of challenges.
Gen Z swing voters preferred a plan that incorporated proven, practical solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions over more aggressive ones that would raise the cost of energy and lead to job losses.
The results revealed strong support for America-first clean energy policies, and increased support for Republicans who embrace them.
Historically, roughly 30% of Hispanics vote Republican in presidential elections, a number that increased slightly in 2020, surprising many.
Rasmussen Reports finds that 51% of Likely U.S. voters oppose the $2 trillion “Build Back Better” bill, including 40% who Strongly Oppose it.