Pew Research CenterMarch 14, 1996

Polls Trounce Pundits In Forecasting Primaries

Also: Wither The Perot Voter; Polling On The Buchanan Message; And You Think The Republican Party is Divided

Pew Research CenterFebruary 29, 1996

Class Collisions in Response to Buchanan, Nationwide

Introduction and Summary Pat Buchanan’s populist appeals have broadened and strengthened his base as a GOP primary candidate, but at the expense of potential support from key groups that typically vote Republican in presidential elections. A 52% majority of college graduates and 53% of those who earn $75,000 a year or more are displeased with […]

Pew Research CenterFebruary 29, 1996

Other Important Findings

Buchanan: First or Second Choice of 48% Within the ranks of the GOP itself, Buchanan still trails Dole by a 39% to 24% margin as a first choice for the nomination. But nearly half (48%) name the former broadcaster as either their first or their second choice for top of the ticket. Alexander places a […]

Pew Research CenterFebruary 28, 1992

Campaign ’92 Survey III

Report Summary While the eyes of Washington have been focused on the presidential primaries, most Americans have paid much more attention to the Mike Tyson rape trial, the Winter Olympics, and reports about the U.S. economy.