Press Releases


  • California Can Be Republican Again

    Moore Information is proud to have been the pollster for Vidak’s campaign. This is a difficult district for a Republican candidate; Democrats lead Republicans in registration 50.7% to 28.6% and 60% of voters are Latino/Hispanic. Vidak almost won the May primary, ending up only 116 votes short of an outright win. After the primary, Vidak and his campaign team re-doubled their efforts for the July 23rd general election against Leticia Perez and as Rep. Vidak says, “I ran on jobs, affordable energy and water, opposition to the $100 billion ‘bullet train’ federal boondoggle that Leticia supported for union jobs — and on common sense, which has no party lines.” The final count was Vidak 52.1%, Perez 47.9%. Read More

  • Large Majorities Oppose Legislative Proposals to Weaken Measure 11 and Measure 57 Sentences

    According to a recent statewide poll, 72% of Oregon voters oppose reducing prison sentences for violent criminals and 65% oppose reducing prison sentences for repeat criminals convicted of property crimes. Read More

  • Survey of CA Latino Voters Reveals Opportunities and Challenges for Republicans

    San Diego – GROW Elect, a political organization dedicated to electing Latino Republicans to office in California, and Moore Information, a prominent Republican polling firm based in Portland, Oregon, jointly released a survey today of registered Latino voters in ten California congressional districts expected to be competitive in the 2014 mid-term elections. Read More

  • Erik Iverson Joins Moore Information

    Moore Information, one of the most widely respected public opinion research and strategic advice firms in the United States, is pleased to announce the addition of Erik Iverson to our team of principals. Iverson will be Moore Information’s Vice President of Campaign and Public Affairs, with a focus on expanding the company’s political and corporate client base. Read More

  • Washington State Attorney General Race is a Dead Heat

    The race for Attorney General in Washington State is a statistical dead heat today. In fact, a majority of voters have not decided on a candidate in this match-up. Our recent survey of Washington voters shows 24% are supporting Republican Reagan Dunn, another 25% favor Democrat Bob Ferguson, while 8% would not choose either candidate and 44% are unsure. Read More

  • Not All Hope Is Lost: Latinos & California Republicans

    The growth of the Latino vote in California should compel the state's Republican candidates to learn more about this growing demographic whose share of the statewide vote has consistently grown. Read More