The Business Power Hour
Edgeworth Analytics CEO Dr. John Johnson was a guest on The Business Power Hour podcast. Twice a week, host Deb Krier talks with experts in a variety of business fields, as they share the latest trends, up and coming changes as well as best practices. Her guests–and listeners–are from around the world. Listeners get tactical […]
Coronavirus Impact Study: Political Leaning and COVID Cases by State
Update for the week (November 9, 2020): When we first started this analysis in September, one inference from this graph series was that states on the Republican side of the aisle saw more cases than the Democratic side, likely a result of their prioritizing open economies over enforced mask-wearing or state-wide shutdowns. As summer turned […]
Polls and the Alleged Silent Trump Voter
Last week, the Trafalgar Group released a poll of Minnesota voters, which found Donald Trump and Joe Biden tied at 47-47% (1141 Likely Voters, margin of error 3%). This poll showed a remarkable shift from a Fox News poll taken in July that found Joe Biden up by 13 percentage points 51% – 38%. Is […]
Nearly 50% of US Labs Still Do Not Have Supplies for COVID-19 Testing, Reports AACC, Edgeworth Survey
A new survey of U.S. clinical laboratories conducted in partnership between the AACC and Edgeworth Analytics has found that nearly half of all responding labs still do not have the supplies they need to run COVID-19 tests. AACC presented these findings to the White House Coronavirus Task Force today in a letter that calls on the […]
Pulse of the Voters: Do Voters Know Who Will Win in November?
A recent national YouGov poll from last week found Joe Biden leading Donald Trump 49% – 40%. When asked who people expected to win the election, only 40% of respondents said Biden will win the election while 39% of voters believed Trump will win. Historically, one of the best predictors of which candidate wins the […]
What Drove President Trump’s Polling Bump?
While many workers have been sent home, pollsters have continued to examine public opinion about how every level of government has handled the COVID-19 outbreak. After social distancing guidelines had been issued across the country, President Trump’s approval ratings rose to as high as 49% among registered voters in one Washington Post poll. A Selzer […]
Timing of Polls
Super Tuesday Results, NY Times, March 4, 2020 The Texas Tribune, working with the University of Texas, released a poll asking Texas voters about their support for candidates in the Democratic primary. The poll found Bernie Sanders leading the race for Texas’ 261 delegates with 24% of the vote, with Joe Biden a close second […]
What do New Hampshire Voters Think of Medicare for All?
Medicare-for-All, one of the major policy proposals of the 2020 election, would provide all Americans with a publicly provided Medicare health insurance option in which all Americans would get insurance from a single public plan. Given the effect this policy would have on American patients, there have been numerous polls administered that examine this issue. […]
Shifting Demographics Across Polls
After the Iowa Caucuses, Pete Buttigieg soared into second place in New Hampshire according to polls done before the primary. Emerson College, working with 7News in Boston, released a daily tracking poll since the day before the Iowa caucus right up to the primary. Each poll used a likely voter screen to ask 500 voters […]