In our April 7 episode, Casey Reynolds and pollster Ivan Moore discuss what happened in Anchorage’s local elections on Tuesday. From the taxi industry ballot proposition to the significance and impact of voter turnout, we cover all the angles.
Muni votes are coming in, the race to be chairman is on, and Dunleavy and Reynolds are out. It’s Friday in the Sun!!!
Pollster Ivan Moore of Alaska Survey Research has released the results of his quarterly survey of the popularity of Alaska’s statewide elected officials.
With the Anchorage Assembly considering an ordinance tonight that would add more taxi permits in the coming years before eliminating the city’s cap on permits altogether, our sources on…
How do the pollsters who publish most of the local data we see stack up? Which ones should we put the most stock in?
Luckily for us, 538 doesnâ€™t just talk trash, they actually dig in and evaluate each one. We put together this sampling of their evaluations for pollsters we have seen operating in Alaska recently.
Judge Guidi’s partisan bias, new race polling, and more NRA drama. It’s Friday in the Sun!!!!!
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Ivan Moore of Alaska Survey Reseach posted this early dive into the numbers on a Sen. Lisa Murkowski and former Anchorage Mayor Dan Sullivan.
Earlier today Steve Lindbeck announced he would be running for the Democratic Party’s nomination to challenge Congressman Don Young. New Polling conducted in March and released today shows Young may be growing more vulnerable.
Our friend Ivan Moore over at Alaska Survey Research posted this article today. It says Alaskans are describing themselves less as conservatives and more as moderates and progressives.