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The November midterm results are (mostly) in. How do they compare to our 2022 polling?

Excerpt: In this retrospective, NPI's founder and executive director assesses what our 2022 electoral poll findings were able to tell us about state and county-level races on the midterms ballot.
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
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Jim Ferrell falsely labels NPI’s Prosecuting Attorney contest research a “push poll”

Excerpt: Asked about our finding during an appearance on Jason Rantz's right wing talk show this week, Ferrell inexplicably went on the attack, falsely denouncing NPI's research as "a push poll" and declaring himself the victim of unfair practices.
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The November general results are (mostly) in. How do they line up with our Seattle polling?

Excerpt: In this retrospective, NPI's founder and executive director assesses what our October 2021 poll findings were able to tell us about the November general election in the Emerald City.
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NPI, Change Research discuss how to read and assess this year’s Seattle electoral polling

Excerpt: In this Q&A, NPI founder Andrew Villeneuve and Change Research Senior Survey Data Analyst Ben Greenfield talk about best practices for interpreting poll data, like the surveys of Seattle that Change fielded for NPI this year.
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The August Top Two results are (mostly) in. How do they line up with our Seattle polling?

Excerpt: In this retrospective, NPI's founder and executive director assesses what our July 2021 poll findings were able to tell us about the August 2021 Top Two election in the Emerald City.
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NPI’s 2020 polling correctly foreshadowed the result in every Washington statewide race

Excerpt: None of Washington State's 2020 statewide races are in doubt as of the third day of counting and tabulating. The winners, without exception, are what NPI's research suggested they would be.
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