Posts Tagged ‘washington city paper/kojo nnamdi show poll’

There Goes My Gun

In D.C., happiness is not a warm gun.

Gimme Shelter—No, Really

Voters would support a new homeless shelter in their neighborhoods if D.C. General closed, especially east of the Anacostia.

Seeing Green

Would-be Mayor Muriel Bowser, the Democrat, has a big lead on independents David Catania and Carol Schwartz.

On McMillan, Location Matters

Most voters don't have an opinion on the development there.

Vince Gray Fought the Law… and He Won?

Poll finds voters aren't sure prosecutors should bother with the mayor anymore

In the AG Race, the Establishment Rules

Karl Racine leads the field.

How D.C. Voters View the Local NFL Team’s Name

More than half say it's offensive, and a plurality say media organizations should stop using it.

Poll: Karl Racine Leads Attorney General Race by 10 Points, Still Trails “Undecided” by 16

Undecided leads the AG field with 38 percent. Karl Racine is next with 22 percent.

Poll: David Grosso Within Striking Distance of Michael Brown

At-Large Councilmember Michael Brown has only a narrow five percentage point lead against largely unknown challenger David Grosso, according to a new poll commissioned by Washington City Paper and The Kojo Nnamdi Show.
The poll shows 26 percent of likely voters plan to vote for Brown, while 21 percent say they are with Grosso. A full [...]