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Change Research Dec 6
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Caleb Cade Dec 3
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Change Research Nov 28
Replying to @ChangePolls
75% of Hyde-Smith voters said the Confederacy is an important part of Mississippi history that they should be proud of 77% of Espy voters said the Confederacy is a shameful part of MS history. Not a single Hyde-Smith voter viewed the Confederacy as a shameful part of MS history
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Change Research Nov 28
Replying to @ChangePolls
87% of Mike Espy voters think that Cindy Hyde-Smith is a racist. Under 1% of Cindy Hyde-Smith voters think that she is a racist.
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Change Research Nov 28
Replying to @ChangePolls
6% of Chris McDaniel voters indicated they planned to vote for Mike Espy, while another 6% indicated they would stay home.
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Change Research Nov 28
Replying to @ChangePolls
98% of people who voted for Cindy Hyde-Smith on November 6 indicated in our recent poll that they would vote for her again
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Change Research Nov 28
Replying to @ChangePolls
Over 99% of people who voted for Mike Espy on November 6 indicated in our poll that they would vote for him again.
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Change Research Nov 28
How Mike Espy Kept it Close in Mississippi
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Change Research Nov 27
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Change Research Nov 26
Change Research polled 1211 voters in Mississippi this weekend (11/25) about the upcoming Senate race: Mike Espy (D) 46% Cindy Hyde-Smith (R) 51%
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Change Research Nov 26
Replying to @DKElections
We did not identify the candidates by party. We did however ask a subsequent "quiz" question about whether respondents knew candidates' party affiliation. 97.6% ID'ed correctly: Espy as the D and Hyde-Smith as the R 0.6% were wrong and swapped them 1.8% said they did not know
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Change Research Nov 26
Replying to @ChangePolls
Among white voters, Cindy Hyde-Smith leads 82-15. Among black voters, Mike Espy leads 89-10. Among those who voted for Chris McDaniel on Nov 6, Hyde-Smith leads 89-6.
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Change Research Nov 26
Replying to @ChangePolls
Favorability in Mississippi: Mike Espy: 47% favorable 52% unfavorable Cindy Hyde-Smith: 43% favorable 55% unfavorable Donald Trump: 54% favorable 44% unfavorable
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Change Research Nov 26
Change Research polled 1211 voters in Mississippi this weekend (11/25) about the upcoming Senate race: Mike Espy (D) 46% Cindy Hyde-Smith (R) 51%
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Voto Latino Nov 17
A majority of young Latinxs want healthcare for all! ✊🏽  
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Voto Latino Nov 19
The overwhelming majority of Latinxs agree that students shouldn't be getting into massive amounts of debt for a degree! 👩🏽‍🎓👨🏽‍🎓
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Change Research Nov 13
Congratulations to on an amazing win and thank you for the kind words! We're proud to have been a small part of it and thrilled to watch you succeed.
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Change Research Nov 12
Replying to @ChangePolls
41% of black voters know someone who has experienced voter suppression. Just 15% of white voters know someone who has experienced voter suppression.
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Change Research Nov 12
Replying to @ChangePolls
4% of white voters say they've experienced a time when someone put barriers that kept them from voting. 17% of black voters say they've experienced barriers that kept them from voting. In other words, African-American voters were over 4x as likely to report barriers to vote.
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Change Research Nov 12
Replying to @ChangePolls
89% of Brian Kemp voters said they had a "very easy" time getting to the polls. Just 68% of Stacey Abrams voters said they had a very easy time. 2% of Kemp voters had a difficult time voting, compared to 9% of Abrams voters.
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