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Senator Maria Cantwell widens lead over Republican rival Raul Garcia to sixteen points

Excerpt: 53% of 789 likely 2024 Washington State general election voters said they would support Cantwell if the election for U.S. Senate were being held now. 37% said they would support Garcia, Cantwell's expected Republican general election opponent. Another 10% were not sure.
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
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Joe Biden’s 2024 lead over Donald Trump in Washington State rebounds to sixteen points

Excerpt: 54% of 789 likely voters surveyed February 13th-14th, 2024 by Public Policy Polling for the Northwest Progressive Institute said they would vote for Biden if the election were being held today, while 38% said they would vote for Trump.
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Bob Ferguson overtakes Dave Reichert in NPI’s first gubernatorial poll of 2024

Excerpt: The Democratic frontrunner, currently serving as the state's Attorney General, now has a four lead over his expected Republican rival instead of the two point deficit that NPI's November 2023 survey found.
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
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Property tax reform must be a priority, NPI tells Senate Ways & Means Committee

Excerpt: Read NPI founder Andrew Villeneuve's prepared testimony in support of Senate Bill 5770, a long overdue effort to revisit Tim Eyman's Initiative 747, which is choking the life out of our essential public services.
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
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69% of likely 2024 Washington voters support the Oil Industry Accountability Act

Excerpt: More than two-thirds of a sample of likely voters surveyed from November 14th-15th, 2023 by Public Policy Polling for NPI backed the idea of regulating unfair oil company business practices with pricing transparency legislation, which is what Senator Joe Nguyen's recently introduced Oil Industry Accountability Act (Senate Bill 6052) proposes to do.
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
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80% of 2024 likely Washington voters support ending child marriage, NPI poll finds

Excerpt: 80% of 700 likely 2024 Washington State voters surveyed by Public Policy Polling for NPI in November of 2023 expressed support for enacting legislation that would require both parties to be at least eighteen years old to legally marry.
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
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Big plurality of voters unsure about crowded 2024 race for Commissioner of Public Lands

Excerpt: 48% said they weren't sure who they'd support if the election were being held as of when the survey fielded. Republican Jaime Herrera Beutler got the most support of the group of seven candidates with 18%, followed by fellow Republican Sue Kuehl Pedersen (Franz's 2020 opponent) with 14%. All five Democrats were in the single digits.
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A wide open race for AG: Democratic hopefuls tied, while a third of 2024 voters aren’t sure

Excerpt: In the survey, consisting of 700 interviews with likely 2024 Washington State general election voters, Dhingra had 14%, Brown had 13%, hypothetical Republican opponent Paul Graves had 38%, and 34% were not sure.
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Senator Maria Cantwell leads Republican challenger Raul Garcia by thirteen points

Excerpt: 51% of 700 likely Washington State general election voters polled in November of 2023 said they would support Cantwell. 38% said they would support Garcia, which is the same percentage who said they'd support Donald Trump in a rematch with Joe Biden. 11% were not sure.
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Joe Biden has a fourteen point, eleven month out lead over Donald Trump in Washington

Excerpt: 52% of 700 likely 2024 Washington State voters surveyed by Public Policy Polling this week for NPI said they'd back Biden if the election were being held today, while 38% said they'd back Trump. 11% said they were not sure.
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Dave Reichert slightly ahead of Bob Ferguson in 2024 WA gubernatorial race, NPI poll finds

Excerpt: 46% of 700 likely 2024 Washington State voters surveyed in mid-November for the Northwest Progressive Institute said they'd vote for Republican Dave Reichert if the election were being held today, while 44% said they would vote for Bob Ferguson. 9% were not sure.
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NPI poll finds that most likely Seattle City Council #3 voters feel safe in their community

Excerpt: 64% of 327 likely November 2023 voters surveyed from Tuesday, October 31st, until Friday, November 3rd told NPI they feel safe in their neighborhood community.
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
Categories:Policy Topics, Public Planning
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64% of Seattle City Council District #3 voters favor 2023 housing levy, NPI poll finds

Excerpt: Voters in Seattle City Council District #3 remain very supportive of this year's housing levy, an encouraging sign for the measure as the final hours of voting in the 2023 local election cycle get underway, the Northwest Progressive Institute's most recent public opinion research survey has found.
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Joy Hollingsworth leads Alex Hudson for Seattle City Council District #3, NPI poll finds

Excerpt: Seattle City Council hopeful Joy Hollingsworth is the clear favorite in the closely-watched contest to determine a successor to outgoing Councilmember Kshama Sawant, a new Northwest Progressive Institute poll has found.
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