Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research has a new report “Swing Nation,” which offers clues for securing the support of swing voters. In the executive summary of the study Anna Greenberg and David Walker explain:
Swing voters embrace an agenda that invests more money in new clean energy, affordable health care for all and strengthening education with these investments paid for by eliminating recently passed tax cuts for corporations and people making over $200,000 a year. But swing voters also make plain their concerns about the deficit and government accountability.
The study, conducted 5/20-25, is based on a survey of “self-decribed Independents and near-independents” in “swing congressional districts” and “swing senate seats” identified by the Rothenberg Political Report, Charlie Cook and Larry Sabato. The survey reports that Dems have a strong lead among swing voters in key House races 45-28 percent, and an even larger lead among swing voters in swing state senate races, 53-31 percent. See the article for a complete list of swing districts and states.