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Charles Franklin
Co-Dev. , Dev-, Director Marquette Law School Poll, Prof Emeritus UW-Madison. R nerd.
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Charles Franklin 15m
Replying to @ogCalD
I can no longer be fingerprinted.
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Charles Franklin 34m
My mom said she read my dissertation at bedtime. Took her two years but she got to sleep very quickly.
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Charles Franklin 1h
Have now used my Fathers Day belt sander (“the fastest way to ruin any woodworking project”) for almost two hours and still have all my fingers and skin. So, good.
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PollingReport.com 2h
Which is more important? Tariffs protecting certain U.S. industries 25% Maintaining good relations with close allies 63% (CNN Poll, 6/14-17/18) see full question wording:
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PollingReport.com 4h
In general, would you say you are satisfied or dissatisfied with what was accomplished by President Trump's meeting with Kim Jong Un? Satisfied 52% Dissatisfied 36% (CNN Poll, 6/14-17/18)
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Charles Franklin 13h
Nice analysis and nice way to show pollster in the graph. Way more legible than color coded dots.
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Charles Franklin 14h
This article, and the several it links to, are really interesting and a nice diversion from our current circumstances. If you are ancient like me, you remember when “Otzi” was discovered, and it is great to see what 27 years of research has discovered.
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Charles Franklin Jun 22
Replying to @arthur8823 @MULawPoll
I’m happy to participate in extensive taste comparisons!
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AAPOR Jun 21
Appetite for surveys has never been stronger, the results of polls & surveys never more closely watched or more widely used. It is in this context developed guidance on the info needed in order to assess the quality/reliability of data.
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Dante Scala Jun 21
Pleased to report my promotion to Professor of Political Science . Many thanks to kind and generous colleagues who helped along the way. The Granite State has been good to a guy from Jersey.
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Charles Franklin Jun 18
And in this same poll: “NEW from the poll: overall approval rating has inched up to 42%, his highest in more than a year.” From I tweeted earlier on similar rise in Gallup to 45%.
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Charles Franklin Jun 18
CBS w 5th poll today on family separation-Similar 67% disapproval “Americans who agree with the separation policy are more likely to be white, very conservative, evangelical, older, and to live in rural areas than those who find the policy unacceptable”
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Charles Franklin Jun 18
Replying to @david_darmofal
This just out from CBS poll. “Americans who agree with the separation policy are more likely to be white, very conservative, evangelical, older, and to live in rural areas than those who find the policy unacceptable.”
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Ariel Edwards-Levy Jun 18
Another family separation poll, with some interesting data on *why* the minority who find it acceptable feel that way.
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Charles Franklin Jun 18
Replying to @david_darmofal
I’ve not. Religion doesn’t seem a common cross tab variable, except maybe for Pew.
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Charles Franklin Jun 18
Now at least 4th poll on family separation at border. CNN 28% approve, 67% disapprove. But among Republicans 58% approve, 34% disapprove. Numbers have been very consistent across polls and for Republican support for separation policy.
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Charles Franklin Jun 18
Third poll of the day on separating families. Consistent 26ish support and 56-66% oppose across pollsters & question wording.
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Charles Franklin Jun 18
Replying to @Prof_BearB
Why is much harder than what. But this suggests rise in both GOP and Indy, not Dems. Trump approval by party ID.
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Charles Franklin Jun 18
Replying to @nobrtshnyobjs
Has not moved much.
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