For a Win in 2016, Depict Hillary as Obama’s Third Term

For a Win in 2016, Depict Hillary as Obama’s Third Term By John McLaughlin — June 29, 2015 Our most recent national survey, which was completed between June 18 and June 22 among 1,008 likely 2016 presidential voters, is showing some rather early but complex trends that could transform the Obama years into a new… Read

NYPost.com: Obama-Netanyahu feud a problem for Hillary and Dems

A top GOP strategist and pollster for newly re-elected Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is warning that New York Democrats, including Hillary Clinton, “will pay a heavy price” at the polls next year if they don’t break with President Obama’s policies on Israeland reject any deal he makes with Iran. “Hillary Clinton, [Sen.] Chuck Schumer, [Reps.] Nita Lowey, Steve Israel, Jerry Nadler,… Read

The Hill: Netanyahu pollster: Obama role in election larger than reported

President Obama’s role during the Israeli elections was larger than reported, according to a pollster for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party.   “What was not well reported in the American media is that President Obama and his allies were playing in the election to defeat Prime Minister Netanyahu,” John McLaughlin, a Republican strategist,… Read

McLaughlin & Associates Congratulates Travis Hutson on Special Election Victory!

McLaughlin & Associates would like to congratulate Travis Hutson on his victory last night in the special general election for Florida’s Sixth Senate District. Hutson defeated his Democratic opponent with a convincing 70% of the vote. In the three-way Republican special primary election in January, Hutson defeated his nearest opponent by 17-points and received an… Read

McLaughlin & Associates Congratulates Prime Minister Netanyahu!

McLaughlin & Associates Congratulates Prime Minister Netanyahu!  *** Congratulations to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the Likud Party and the people of Israel in their election victory this past Tuesday, and thank you for letting us be a part of your success!   ***   Final Results – 73.2% of eligible voters voted in the 2015… Read