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Californians Back “Medicare for All” Solution

June 1st, 2017 · News

A new California statewide poll conducted by Tulchin Research on behalf of the California Nurses Association finds overwhelming, broad-based support for the Healthy California Act (S.B. 562), which would establish a “Medicare for All” like system of universal health coverage for Golden State residents. While California voters are nearly unanimous (89%) in believing that our healthcare system […]

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New Statewide Poll Shows Californians Overwhelmingly Support Seawater Desalination

May 4th, 2017 · News

New Statewide Poll Shows Californians Overwhelmingly Support Seawater Desalination Nine out of ten voters favor desalination efforts in California Orange County, CA, [May 04, 2017] – A new statewide poll released today by Tulchin Research and commissioned by the William C. Velasquez Institute, found that California voters overwhelmingly support water desalination. Furthermore, the poll results […]

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MEDIA ADVISORY: Press Briefing to Reveal Voters’ Attitudes Towards Drinking Water Sources And Desalination

May 4th, 2017 · News

Press Briefing to Reveal Voters’ Attitudes Towards Drinking Water Sources And Desalination Tulchin Research and the William C. Velasquez Institute to host and allow opportunity for questions   Orange County, CA, [May 04, 2017] – Today, Tulchin Research will announce the results of a new statewide poll that asked 500 likely voters their feelings about […]

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Memo: Poll Finds One in Eight California Voters Identifies as LGBT

March 22nd, 2017 · News

    Poll Finds One in Eight California Voters Identifies as LGBT San Francisco —Equality California announced on March 2, 2017 that a poll conducted by Tulchin Research in January 2017 has found that 12 percent of California voters identify as being members of the LGBT community. The online survey of 600 registered voters asked “are you a […]

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National Journal Article – Ben Tulchin on the Impact of Donald Trump in Congressional Races

October 28th, 2016 · News

The Late-Breaking Democratic House Targets The party sees fresh opportunities in districts that have previously gone uncontested. By Kimberly Railey Repub­lic­ans are likely to re­tain their House ma­jor­ity, but a hand­ful of late-break­ing races are sud­denly for­cing the party to play de­fense in un­ex­pec­ted ter­rit­ory. Most stun­ningly, na­tion­al Re­pub­lic­ans are steer­ing $1.2 mil­lion to an […]

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Op-Ed: Bernie Sanders’ pollster explains how Clinton can gain ground with millennial voters

October 6th, 2016 · News

Check out the link to the article here Ben Tulchin With the presidential race still too tight for comfort, polls point to one demographic where  Hillary Clinton could gain ground: millennial voters. In the final weeks, can she win over these 18- to 35-year-olds and keep them from throwing their support to third-party candidates? As the […]

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Memo: Drug Price Relief Act Begins with Strong 73% Support from Californians

August 3rd, 2016 · News

Yes on Prop 61/Californians for Lower Drug Prices has released the results of a statewide survey that demonstrates strong, across-the-board support for Proposition 61, The California Drug Price Relief Act, a measure to reduce drug prices paid by the State of California. “We’re pleased that California voters have expressed such strong support for this initiative […]

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Memo: Why Bernie Sanders is Best to Defeat Donald Trump

March 29th, 2016 · News

Follow the link below to view our latest campaign memo on the state of the race. Tulchin Research Memo – Sanders Strongest Democrat 3-28-16 final

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