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Joseph Zeankowski Jr.

Does talk of impeachment of the president make you more likely or less likely to vote for Joni Ernst?

Noveed Safipour

Please ask:

1. Whether they believe the EPA should exist. (Yes/No/No Sure/Decline)
2. Whether they believe the federal government should set a minimum wage. (Yes/No/No Sure/Decline)
3. Whether they believe the United Nation's Agenda 21 is a plot to take over the United States of America. (Yes/No/No Sure/Decline)

That way, we can get a sense of how many Iowans actually support Joni Ernst's views.

Also: seriously now, can next week be either Maine or West Virginia? It's been months since any serious polling has been done of either of those states! Also, perhaps Montana with Amanda Curtis in the Senate seat.


IA-03 matchup?

active citizen

For Iowa, do an overall approval rating for Steve King.

But seriously, next week please poll New York! It's been YEARS (Nancy Pelosi was still speaker) since the last time you polled here. Several issues such as the SAFE Act, hydrofracking, marijuana, and gay marriage have had no scientific polling done on them since at least 2011. As well, we have 6 competitive congressional races here, that's more than any other state. Needless to say, polling New York instead of the usual Wisconsin, Oregon, Or Texas would be quite welcomed

Brooks Hammett

Please ask about competitive house races. Every house race in Iowa is at least mildly competitive this year.

CD-1 with Murphy vs Blum
CD-2 with Loebsack vs Miller-Meeks
CD-3 with Appel vs Young
CD-4 with Mowrer vs King

You could also poll a few competitive down ballot executive offices as well. The open Secretary of State race being the most competitive in my opinion.

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