July 7th, 2015 · News
June 29th, 2015 · News
June 29, 2015 Ben Tulchin Presented at the AAPC Sacramento Regional Conference Last Week In case you missed this due to other events in the news last week (just small things like the Supreme Court affirming the legality of marriage equality and Obamacare, and the US doing well in the Women’s World Cup), Ben Tulchin, President of Tulchin Research, was honored to speak at the American Association of Political Consultants' Conference in Sacramento this week. Ben spoke as part of the panel "The Marijuana Millennium: Facing the New Normal" and presented public opinion findings regarding the support for legalizing, regulating, and taxing marijuana in California with survey research conducted on behalf of the ACLU. For more information about the American Association of Political Consultant's Sacramento Regional Conference visit, http://www.theaapc.org/default.asp?contentID=1027 About Tulchin Research: Tulchin Research is a leading polling and strategic consulting firm. To find out how we can help you with your public opinion research needs, visit our website (www.tulchinresearch.com), email us (email@example.com), or call us (415-874-7441). Follow Tulchin Research: Facebook.com/TulchinResearch Twitter.com/tulchinresearch firstname.lastname@example.org • Tulchin Research
New San Francisco Citywide Poll Finds Strong Support for Creating Dignity Fund for Seniors, Adults and Veterans with Disabilities
April 17th, 2015 · News
April 2nd, 2015 · News
Ben Tulchin took time to talk with Karen Jagoda of The E-Voter Institute and Digital Politics Radio about the Presidential campaign, the impact of early and mail-in voting on media budgets, and what Governor Mike Pence was thinking when he signed the Religious Freedom Law in Indiana, among other topics. You can listen to the segment here.
Ben Tulchin discusses the 2014 elections including early voting and legalizing marijuana on Digital Politics Radio
November 17th, 2014 · News
Ben Tulchin took time to talk with Karen Jagoda of The E-Voter Institute and Digital Politics Radio about the increasing preference for early voting by both Democratic and Republican voters, and about the success of ballot initiatives for the legalization of marijuana. You can listen to the segment here.
August 19th, 2014 · News
Ben Tulchin took time to talk with Karen Jagoda of The E-Voter Institute and Digital Politics Radio about Neel Kashkari's Campaign for California Governor and Tim Draper's six Californias ballot initiative. You can listen to the the show at Digital Politics Radio.
March 27th, 2014 · News
Pollster Ben Tulchin appeared on Digital Politics Radio yesterday. He and host Karen Jagoda discussed the upcoming California primary races and how international events impact domestic politics. You can listen to the segment here.
March 13th, 2014 · News
New Tulchin Research Presentation on Poll Results for Blue Shield of California Foundation: Californians See Domestic Violence As a Public Health IssueBlue Shield of California Foundation and Tulchin Research recently presented to the press and the public on the results of our research on domestic violence prevention. The PowerPoint presentation comprehensively covers our findings about Californians' attitudes toward domestic violence . Building upon a 2012 survey, the results show that individuals across the state recognize the important connection between health care and domestic violence. Findings reveal that Californians overwhelmingly approve of measures to train doctors and nurses to effectively identify and respond to victims of abuse. They also support a new federal policy under the Affordable Care Act that will require healthcare providers to screen for domestic violence during women's preventive health visits. The poll surveyed 800 adults statewide during Domestic Violence Awareness Month (October). Highlights include:
- Among types of people most trusted to help with domestic abuse: domestic violence shelter workers (85 percent) and doctors (83 percent) are seen as most trustworthy.
- Three-quarters (75 percent) have never been asked by their healthcare provider about threats from their partner or spouse despite a strong majority of adults in California (60 percent) who report having a family doctor they would feel comfortable discussing personal domestic violence concerns with.
- 81 percent support a different approach for dealing with domestic violence, one in which practitioners screen patients for signs of abuse occurring in the home.