Many national pollsters and research organizations are bound to be thrown under the Biden Bus or hit by the Trump Train – and some for good reasons. There’s still much we don’t know, so it’s too soon for a deep dive on better and worse methodologies, though worth mentioning, predictions made in California seem to have fared better, thanks in particular to the availability of high-quality voter file data. It’s reasonable to assume that some repeated mistakes made previously – while others may have overcorrected and inadvertently created new errors when overcompensating.
Core News Articles
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., (Sept. 14, 2020) — A new comprehensive examination of Bay Area voters shows that the growing housing crisis is leading voters to favor measures encouraging local development. Released today by FSB Public Affairs, this detailed quantitative study conducted by Core Decision Analytics (CODA) consisting of n=800 Bay Area Voters (“the YIMBY INDEX”) uncovered strong support for “Yes In My Backyard” measures, though classic “NIMBY-ism” sentiment persists and concerns about local control may impede more housing units from being built.
ANNOUNCING: CORE DECISION ANALYTICS: OPINION RESEARCH AND DATA ANALYTICS
Dear Friends, Colleagues and Clients:
It has been a year of growth for the Core Strategic Group, and we are excited to announce more big news. Adam Rosenblatt, former Vice President and Senior Strategist at Penn Schoen Berland (PSB), has joined our team as President of our new, dedicated opinion research and data analytics firm, Core Decision Analytics (CODA). www.coredecision.com