Recent Work

Simon Rosenberg // Tue, January 17

Over the past year or so NDN has been playing around with a better way to measure "the most important" issue question in public opinion research.  Excited to release our first "Saliency Index" of the 2024 cycle. 

Simon Rosenberg // Sat, January 7

A major NYTimes look at the "red wave" prominently features Simon's 2022 election insights. 

Simon Rosenberg // Wed, December 14

On Dec 14th, 2022 Tom and Simon came together for their most extended discussion of the 2022 election to date.  Mark Riddle of Future Majority and Tara McGowan of Courier Newsroom help guide the spirited conversation.

Simon Rosenberg // Mon, November 7

Dems are crushing it in the early vote, the red wave has yet to materialize, and polls this past week were on balance good for Dems. 

We'd rather be us than them. 

Simon Rosenberg // Tue, June 21

Any fair read of current data in the big statewide races makes this look far more like a competitive election than a wave.  This is particularly true in the Senate, where Dems now have the edge. 

Simon Rosenberg // Tue, May 31

Russia’s ongoing aggression, mass shootings, the end of Roe, a more complete understanding of MAGA’s attack on our political system are together creating a new strategic framework or context for US politics, the 2022 elections.

Simon Rosenberg // Mon, November 1

In a new memo about the current political landscape and the 2022 elections, Simon offers three reasons why, despite Biden's current polling dip, the 2022 mid-terms are likely to be much more competitive than conventional wisdom holds right now.