Mainers want public access to beaches, intertidal lands, survey shows:“Most Maine residents indicated a strong support to protect public use of the state’s beaches and intertidal lands in a recent poll conducted by Digital Research, Inc., of Portland.” Continue to story.
PORTLAND PRESS HERALD AUGUST 2022
Maine parties counting on national issues to mobilize their voters:“Digital Research President Bob Domine said his firm plans to release its next survey in early October, which will measure voters’ concerns much closer to election day. Voter sentiment can change quickly, he said.” Continue to story.
PORTLAND PRESS HERALD MAY 2022
Economy tops Maine voters’ list of concerns:“When asked the most important issue facing Mainers today, 41 percent of the 622 Maine voters surveyed by Digital Research, Inc ., of Portland in March and April cited the economy or a specific economic concern, such as affordable housing, gas prices, inflation or cost of living.” Continue to story.
BANGOR DAILY NEWS MAY 2022
Janet Mills entered spring with slim lead over Paul LePage, poll shows: “The survey of roughly 600 registered Maine voters, which was conducted between March 14 and April 7 and released by Portland-based Digital Research, Inc ., on Monday, mirrors Democrats’ problems nationwide under President Joe Biden, showing a Maine electorate nearly as worried about the state of the economy as it was at the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.” Continue to story.
THE PISCATAQUIS OBSERVER MAY 2022
1st poll of 2022 election season is bad news for Janet Mills, Democrats:“On Monday, Portland-based firm Digital Research, Inc ., released the results of their “Critical Insights on Maine” survey, which showed Gov. Janet Mills with a marginal three-percentage point lead over former Gov. Paul LePage, 42 percent to 39 percent.”Continue to story.
PORTLAND PRESS HERALD OCTOBER 2021
Question 1 Q&A: Win or lose, power line fight will continue:“Results of a poll released Thursday by Digital Research, Inc ., of Portland found that 49 percent of Mainers planned to vote “yes” to stop construction while 36 percent planned to vote “no,” which would allow construction to proceed.”Continue to story.
BANGOR DAILY NEWS OCTOBER 2021
Poll: Corridor opponents have big edge on CMP going into Question 1 vote:“The survey released by Digital Research, Inc ., on Thursday is a positive sign for opponents of the 145-mile transmission line amid a hard-fought and expensive race, but the large share of undecided voters suggests some uncertainty with just five days before the election.”Continue to story.
PORTLAND PRESS HERALD OCTOBER 2021
Poll suggests nearly half of likely Maine voters will vote to stop CMP corridor:Digital Research, Inc ., of Portland, which conducted the poll, said it found that 49 percent of Mainers will vote “Yes” to stop construction while 36 percent will vote “No,” which would allow construction to proceed.” Continue to story.
BANGOR DAILY NEWS JUNE 2021
Maine politicians take popularity hit despite late-pandemic optimism, new poll shows:“The drop in popularity came even as more Mainers believed the country is moving in the right direction and indicated a historic level of optimism about the economy, according to a survey conducted in March and April and released Wednesday by Digital Research, Inc ., a Portland-based polling firm.” Continue to story.
BANGOR DAILY NEWS OCTOBER 2020
Sara Gideon and Susan Collins within 1 point in new BDN poll of Maine Senate race:“House Speaker Sara Gideon has just a one-point lead on U.S. Senator Susan Collins in a new Bangor Daily News-Digital Research poll released on Tuesday showing a narrower result than many previous polls as early absentee voting kicks off. ”Continue to story.