Despite Warning Signs, 95% Of Manufacturing Executives Say They’re Optimistic, According To A New Poll By Forbes, Xometry And Zogby

Despite nagging fears of a recession, manufacturing execs are optimistic about the future, with a majority planning to increase hiring and spend on technology. IT’s been a tough year for manufacturers, with supply-chain snags, inflation and fears of a recession. Yet a shocking 95% of manufacturing executives said they were optimistic about the future, according…

Washington Examiner on Zogby Analysis of Polls: “Winning experts cite ‘crappy polls,’ public dislike of GOP for election shock”

By Paul Bedard   The handful of political naysayers who questioned the GOP’s confidence before yesterday’s poor election finish today cited “crappy polls” and the public’s general dissatisfaction with Republicans for their success in calling the night correctly. “Yes, we called bulls*** on the red wave, the GOP flooding the zone w/ crappy polls,” said…

Independents in Battle Ground States Prefer Republicans on Key Issues, But Prefer Democratic Candidates; Claims of Election Fraud Appear Working Against GOP

A New John Zogby Strategies Poll of Independents   By Jeremy Zogby, Managing Partner, John Zogby Strategies   While Republicans lead on key issues, GOP candidate claims of election fraud appear to hurt them among Independents in key battleground states.   The new John Zogby Strategies survey of 1,250 Independent likely voters in Arizona, Georgia,…

Anatomy of the Independent Voter

By Jeremy Zogby, Managing Partner, John Zogby Strategies   A recent poll by internationally known independent polling firm John Zogby Strategies and Dynata – the world’s largest data provider – surveyed 852 Independent likely voters.  The following article dissects the comprehensive poll to reveal who Independent voters are.  Additionally, media pundits often wonder how voters…

Abortion Access Influences Location Decisions For One In Five U.S. Manufacturing CEOs, According To Forbes-Zogby Poll

Read on Forbes or below Two of Indiana’s biggest employers said last month that they’d think twice about expanding facilities in the state after the legislature passed a near-total ban on abortion. A new poll shows that, nationwide, the companies are hardly unique. Pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly, which has been based in Indiana since 1876…

The Zogby Report on Transhumanism & the Potential for a Rift in Humanity

Once the topics of esoteric sci-fi movies/novels like 2001: A Space Odyssey, today themes like artificial intelligence, biotech-driven evolution, and transhumanists living forever are now topics discussed among futurists and aspiring technocrats from Silicon Valley to Davos.   A new John Zogby Strategies nationwide online poll of 686 likely voters tested a variety of messages…