Entries by Adam Probolsky

Texas Statewide Poll – Presented at the Lone Star Advocacy Symposium

Thank you to the attorneys and staff at Jackson Walker in Dallas for hosting a great Grassroots Professional Network – Lone Star Advocacy Symposium and reception. We presented the findings of our Texas statewide poll and talked about engagement, financial markets (including Bitcoin), renewable energy and trade. You can view the results presentation here: TEXAS Statewide Poll […]

Oakland Voters Support New Development, Funding for Affordable Housing

Unions keep fighting Oakland’s biggest for-sale housing proposal By Roland Li  –  Reporter, San Francisco Business Times Oct 17, 2017, 2:04pm Link to article: https://www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/news/2017/10/17/oakland-oak-knoll-housing-union-opposition.html (paywall) Probolsky Research conducted a poll on homelessness and on the proposed new development in East Oakland by SunCal, on behalf of the Consumer Alliance for a Strong Economy (CASE). Read the news release […]

Orange County Survey on Homelessness

On Friday, July 14, 2017 Probolsky Research president Adam Probolsky presented the results to an Orange County, CA countywide poll on homelessness at a California Women’s Leadership Association forum. Some surprising data were revealed, not the least of which was that homelessness and poverty are the top issues of concern among Orange County voters. The […]

Ballot User Experience Matters

http://www.rollcall.com/news/gonzales/polling-interactive-voice-response Pollsters need to take care that they replicate the ballot experience of voters as closely as possible. This means very different things in all 50 states and in many of the different counties, cities and townships across the country.  Being careless with ballot experience can cause the results of a horse-race question to be […]

Advisory to California Water Agencies Regarding White House Executive Order on Water Regulations

Advisory to California Water Agencies Regarding White House Executive Order on Water Regulations Tuesday, February 28, 2017 In light of the White House Executive Order on the Environmental Protection Agency review of Obama-era water regulations, we are recommending that California water agencies make a declarative statement about adhering to and maintaining stringent water quality standards. This […]