2012 Congressional Races, Marriage, LePage and Social Security

Submitted by admin on Thu, 09/20/2012 - 19:23

Full results: http://mprc.me/research/0912can12_results_part2.pdf

The Maine People's Resource Center has released the second round of results from a public opinion poll of likely Maine 2012 voters, with survey information on the Congressional races, the same-sex marriage referendum, Governor LePage’s approval rating and the issue of Social Security caregiver credits.

MPRC Poll Results on Senate, President and Tax Breaks for Wealthy

Submitted by admin on Wed, 09/19/2012 - 12:03

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Full results: http://mprc.me/research/0912can12_results_part1.pdf

The Maine People's Resource Center has released initial results from a public opinion poll of likely Maine 2012 voters, with survey information on the presidential race, the United States Senate race and voter opinion on raising taxes on the wealthy.

MPRC Poll Provides First Look at 2012 Elections

Submitted by admin on Fri, 04/06/2012 - 08:42

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The Maine People's Resource Center has released the results of a public opinion poll of likely Maine 2012 voters, with survey information on the presidential race, both races for Congress, the U.S. Senate primary and general elections and the November referendum on equal marriage.

The timing of the poll, coming after candidates have announced their intentions but before campaigns have begun in earnest, means that these results show only the current lay of the land and an early snapshot in time, rather than necessarily being predictive of final election outcomes.

Maine Racial Justice Policy Guide

Submitted by admin on Tue, 05/31/2011 - 15:56

Review the Maine Racial Justice Policy Guide for a look at what policies will positively or negatively impact communities of color in Maine.

Did you know that every county in Maine had a double-digit growth rate of people of color? Or that Native Americans and Latinos die on average 14 years younger than Mainers overall? Or that the median income for people of color in Maine is at least $10,000 lower than for white Mainers? These are facts that all of us must face squarely and work to find policy solutions.

Read the Guide here.

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