News and Poll Headlines, LLC.
News and Poll Headlines, LLC is an independent organization with no affiliation to any news organizations, media networks, or political parties. We at News and Poll Headlines, LLC strive to present our users with an unbiased view of the latest poll results from across the nation as well as to provide them with the latest news headlines and talking points concerning both the political candidates and political issues of the day.
PollHeadlines.com is a state of the art website with an innovative design that allows our users to experience political content in a neat and easy to navigate layout. By providing the latest political content including up to the minute poll numbers and breaking political headlines our users can remain well informed on a variety of issues that may affect them, their state and the nation at large.
About the Polling Data:
News and Poll Headlines, LLC is not a research or polling institute nor do we conduct any survey or polls independently or in conjunction with any other polling organizations. News and Poll Headlines serves as a neutral site we present all the polls taken by other credible polling institutes, and news organizations to be displayed all under one roof for easy viewing. Poll Headlines makes seeing poll results simple by highlighting the most important aspects of each poll for easy viewing. Additionally our website tabulates monthly averages from all of our national and state wide polls for you to see how a specific candidate is fairing based on the combined total of all relevant poll results. For further details about a particular poll or survey, such as how a survey has been conducted, break down of sampling or geography, you may go directly to the pollster's source provided by Poll Headline's link to the polling source. You can click on the source link to view more poll details and from there you may contact them directly with your questions. Some of the poll sources that are utilized in our website are listed below:
- CNN/Opinion Research
- CBS/New York Times
- ABC/Washington Post
- NBC/Wall Street Journal
- Fox News
- Public Policy Polling
- Quinnipiac University
- Pew Research Center
- American Research Group
- We Ask America
- Democracy Corps
- Purple Strategies
- And many more
We include only those polls that are conducted via telephone interview in our website; we do not include any polling conducted via the internet or any polls conducted by a candidate's campaign or through SuperPacs.
There will be two polling dates posted with every poll result on Poll Headlines. These include the dates in which the polls were conducted as well as the release date for that poll. The release dates will often times be several days after the survey has concluded and indicates the day that the polling institute makes their information public. Poll Headlines strives to provide you with this information as soon as it becomes available in an easy to read and user friendly format.
News and Poll Headlines LLC provides polling charts designed to present the latest polling data in an easy to read as well as user friendly manner. Several of our polls will show the average results from the latest different pollsters during a specific time frame. These polls include:
- The candidates or issues with the daily tracking polls (Presidential, President’s Job Approval, etc.)
- The Swing States
- Close Senate races with several monthly polls releases
Charts that show average data will therefore not look like data charts for races with only a few poll entries or limited polling information. This is due to the fact that polls without averages will show candidate results shifting up and down with each successive entry, you may see on one specific day one candidate is up, and then the next day the candidate is down in accordance to the latest poll entry. Polling charts that have several polls conducted per month or have daily poll numbers show their poll information in average. So when new entries are made the chart reflects the change to the average which includes last 7 polls from different pollsters or less. If a recent poll has a different candidate up that new entry may not affect the average enough to have that candidate move above the other in the average. Each of our polling charts are marked to show if a chart is displaying an average or not.
Typically polls without a monthly average chart include but not are not limited to house, senate and gubernatorial candidate races, typically only one or two surveys are available monthly for these races making monthly averages impossible.
About Our News Section:
In addition to providing you with the latest and most credible poll releases throughout the nation we also provide political headlines that follow relevant or trending political news associated with candidate races as well as larger political issues. These news stories are brief summaries of other news stories from reliable news outlets. We at News and Poll Headlines LLC, do not write news stories from first hand sources but select top stories from across the nation having the largest impact on the political landscape. We always source where these news stories originate and make links for you to see the political story in full on Poll Headlines.
About Our Blog:
The News and Poll Headlines LLC blog is updated on a periodic basis to reflect the largest political trends and issues of the week. Based on the prevalence of a particular issue in the news, social media, or in polling surveys a blog post will be written addressing the topic. The blog topics are written by our staffers at News and Poll Headlines LLC.