The Point Being: An Ipsos Audio Blog

Episode 3, February 15, 2017 — This week, Chris Jackson and Phil Elwood delve into the nonbinary approval of Trump, exploring where America stands on specific topics. Although Trump enjoys approval on his work on jobs, across the board, approval on his performance has dropped in this week’s Core Political. Additionally, our numbers reveal that there isn’t a central issue that Americans are focused on, but Republicans are consistently more concerned with immigration and terrorism.



Episode 2, February 8, 2017 – In this week’s podcast series, Ipsos’ U.S. Polling Team, Chris Jackson and Phil Elwood discuss the latest core political ratings, reactions to policy changes, and how President Trump’s ratings compare to Obama’s during the same period.



Episode 1, February 1, 2017 – In the first of a new podcast series by Ipsos’ U.S. Polling Team, Chris Jackson and Phil Elwood discuss this week’s core political numbers. Chris Jackson noted this week that public opinion is evenly split down party lines, with equal numbers approving and disapproving of Trump’s job.

The Point Being: An Ipsos Audio Blog

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Chris Jackson
Vice President, US
Ipsos Public Affairs
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Senior Vice President, Business Development, US
Ipsos Public Affairs
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