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2008 SenseUS™ Presidential Survey
SenseUS™ measures emotion response to Democratic and Republican candidates and major issues. All candidates are compared by party and overall.
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SenseUs seeks to understand the hearts and minds of voters
Voters Only Care About Giuliani, Clinton and Obama
The SenseUS Executive Report shows...
Democrats Feel Better About Party Than Candidates; Republicans Feel Better About Giuliani Than Party
Republican Voters becoming less accepting of war effort; many issues emotionally shaping candidate positions
OBAMA CAPTURING HEARTS OF INDEPENDENT VOTERS, CLINTON’S NEGATIVES SURFACE AS DISGUST; GIULIANI MILDLY POLARIZING
Jan. 2008 Polling: McCain Becomes Leading Candidate Based on Feelings
Hillary Clinton takes an Emotional Tumble among all voters, but particularly Independents.
SenseUs™ Poll compares changes in voters’ feeling about candidates since September 07
Voters feelings about prescription drug ads.