Poll

Is Corporate Political Activity Controversial? New Polling Emphatically Says No.

If the government is considering a law that would damage your business, how would you respond? According to a new poll from the Public Affairs Council (PAC), an overwhelming majority of Americans would attempt to persuade elected officials to change the law to protect their company. These findings challenge the common assertion that Americans don’t […]

Filed Under: Blog, Lobbying, Other Resources – Corporate Governance, Public Affairs Council, Lobbying, Lobbying, Poll

Poll: Voters, Fueled by Media Reports, Show Misunderstanding of Citizens United

Two years and two election cycles into the Super PAC era, the media firestorm against free speech and association has been palpable. A Google search of the term “Super PAC” reveals dozens of articles warning about the evils of such entities and their supposed negative impact on democracy. Many news accounts mislead or confuse readers […]

Filed Under: First Amendment, Independent Speech, Research, Super PACs, Faulty Assumptions, Political Committees & 527s, Faulty Assumptions, Political Committees & 527s, Poll, District Of Columbia

Do Voters Understand Super PACs?

Two years and two election cycles into the Super PAC era, the media firestorm against free speech and association has been palpable. A Google search of the term “Super PAC” reveals dozens of articles warning about the evils of such entities and their supposed negative impact on democracy. In this Issue Review, Jason M. Farrell […]

Filed Under: Blog, Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, Disclosure, Independent Speech, Research, Super PACs, Super PACs, SpeechNow.org v. FEC, The New York Times, USA Today, Disclosure, Independent Speech, Disclosure, Independent Speech, Poll