The percent of the white electorate is dropping every election cycle and when you look ahead at America, black and Hispanic, by age bracket, there is a demographic trend that is obvious -- our country is becoming more diverseGOP loses ground with Hispanics Nov 16, 2008
There are lots of these (competitive) seats in very expensive areasExpensive TV ads cost candidates Oct 04, 2006
This is a very unhappy electorate that's going to be unstable, and they are terrifically unstable numbers for a Republican majorityPoll: Bush approval at 38 percent Nov 09, 2005
I'm just comfortable that over time people get the information that they need to make good consumer decisions and that will happen hereAnalysis: Drug cards election wild card Jun 04, 2004
You could already see in Kansas City there was more informationAnalysis: Drug cards election wild card Jun 04, 2004
William "Bill" McInturff is a Republican pollster, the Director of Public Opinion Strategies, and, along with Peter D. Hart, the lead pollster for the NBC News/Wall Street Journal polling series for the past decade. He was the lead pollster for John McCain in his 2008 bid for the office of United States President. He has built Public Opinion Strategies into the largest Republican polling operation, representing 19 American Senators and over 50 Congressmen. His work includes testing the Harry and Louise commercials that were run against the Clinton health care plan of 1993.