Public Opinion Poll
INDIANAPOLIS | House Speaker Brian Bosma, R-Indianapolis, may take the extraordinary step of replacing members on the House Judiciary Committee to ensure the marriage amendment wins committee approval and gets a vote by the full House.
INDIANAPOLIS | The state's most powerful business organization is planning to sit out the expected 2014 battle over whether to add Indiana's existing ban on gay marriage and civil unions to the state Constitution.
INDIANAPOLIS | Nearly 7 out of 10 Hoosiers support the immigration reform legislation making its way through the U.S. Senate, according to a new poll released Thursday.
INDIANAPOLIS | Republican Gov.-elect Mike Pence is standing by his proposal to cut Indiana's income tax rate, despite a nonpartisan study showing most taxpayers would get back less than $100 and a new poll showing most Hoosiers oppose Pence's plan.
INDIANAPOLIS | Opponents of a possible amendment to the Indiana Constitution prohibiting gay marriage and any "legal status" that's "substantially similar" to marriage believe they have the law on their side -- 614 laws to be precise.
INDIANAPOLIS | Republican Richard Mourdock has never changed who he is or what he believes for the sake of higher office, and likely never will.
INDIANAPOLIS | Faced with poll results showing Republican Richard Mourdock is likely to lose Indiana's U.S. Senate race, Mourdock's campaign on Friday all but ignored his opponent, Democrat Joe Donnelly, and instead launched a bizarre assault on the poll itself.
INDIANAPOLIS | Gov. Mitch Daniels declined to reaffirm his prior endorsement of Republican U.S. Senate candidate Richard Mourdock on a national television program Thursday night, citing his future position as president of Purdue University.
INDIANAPOLIS | Democrat John Gregg has closed a huge deficit and is now just six points behind Republican Mike Pence in the race for Indiana governor, according to a Gregg campaign-sponsored poll released Thursday.
INDIANAPOLIS | As the presidential contenders prepare for their first debate tonight, U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita, R-Indianapolis, said he doesn't believe the swing-state voter surveys that suggest President Barack Obama is likely to defeat his Republican challenger, Mitt Romney.
INDIANAPOLIS | The race for Indiana's U.S. Senate seat remains too close to call, even as the Republican candidates for governor and president enjoy large leads over their Democratic opponents, according to a new survey of Hoosier voters.
INDIANAPOLIS | Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg may be running the folksiest attack ads in the history of political campaigning. And his rival, Republican Mike Pence, is so positive in his ads, a casual observer might not even realize he has an opponent in the Nov. 6 race.
INDIANAPOLIS | A public opinion poll released Monday found Democrat Joe Donnelly leading Republican Richard Mourdock in their race to become Indiana's next U.S. senator.
INDIANAPOLIS | Republican Mike Pence has an 18-point lead over Democrat John Gregg in their race for Indiana governor, according to a poll released Thursday.
INDIANAPOLIS | Democrat Joe Donnelly and Republican Richard Mourdock remain neck and neck in their race for Indiana's U.S. Senate seat.
INDIANAPOLIS | Democrat Joe Donnelly and Republican Richard Mourdock remain in a statistical tie in their race to become Indiana's next U.S. senator.
INDIANAPOLIS | State Treasurer Richard Mourdock is expected to defeat six-term incumbent U.S. Sen. Dick Lugar on Tuesday, according to a new survey of likely Indiana Republican primary voters.
INDIANAPOLIS | U.S. Sen. Dick Lugar leads State Treasurer Richard Mourdock by 7 points in a new survey of Indiana Republicans ahead of the May 8 primary election.
INDIANAPOLIS | By an overwhelming margin, Hoosiers want state lawmakers to let voters decide whether Indiana should become a right-to-work state, according to a new poll sponsored by the Indiana AFL-CIO.
The annual Hoosier Survey by the Bowen Center for Public Affairs at Ball State University found most Hoosiers have no opinion on right-to-work, even after the proposed labor policy is explained to them.
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