Public Opinion Research

 
TIPP

TechnoMetrica Institute of Policy and Politics (TIPP) is the polling arm of TechnoMetrica, a nationally recognized research firm of both syndicated and custom Market Research solutions to the world's most respected brands for over a decade. TIPP is also a leader in the publication of economic and industry-specific consumer confidence and purchase plan indicators.

As the polling partner of Investor’s Business Daily, TIPP regularly conducts high profile polling projects with business leaders and investors.  TIPP has also been the polling partner of The Christian Science Monitor, a 100-year old newspaper known for its high quality and Pulitzer Prize-winning news coverage.

The IBD/TIPP Poll was America's most accurate national poll in the 2004,2008,2012, and 2016 presidential elections, making it the most accurate in each of the last four election cycles.

Recognition

The IBD/TIPP Poll was one of the two polls to predict President Trump's victory in 2016.  The article by Fox News describes our performance.

Media comments on the IBD/TIPP tracking poll for Election 2016

"The gold standard going forward." — The Hill

"IBD/TIPP tracking poll was the only major national poll in November to give Trump the lead in a race including third-party candidates." — USA Today

"Investor's Business Daily was the best poll." — Bill O'Reilly, The O'Reilly Factor

2012 Presidential Election

The TIPP Poll was named the most accurate presidential poll in the 2012 election.  The following articles show how the TIPP Poll is still the nation's best.

The Little-Known Pollster That Bested All The Others

Which Polls Fared Best (and Worst) in the 2012 Presidential Race

2004 and 2008 Presidential Elections

The TIPP Poll was the most accurate presidential poll having come in #1 in both the 2004 and 2008 Presidential elections.  An article summarizing the results is available here.

Today our Economic Optimism Index is a staple of the investment and financial world, and a month doesn’t go by when major newswires like the AP, Bloomberg, Briefing, Market News and Reuters don’t carry our poll results. 

Additional coverage comes from major television and radio networks, including NPR, CNBC and Fox News with in-depth coverage on shows like Fox News Channel's "Your World with Neil Cavuto," CNBC’s "Kudlow & Company” and WABC radio’s “The Larry Kudlow Show.” 

Regular coverage can also be found in the Financial Times, International Herald Tribune and local newspapers such as Newsday, Detroit Free Press, San Diego Union Tribune, Boston Globe, Boston Herald among others.

To learn more about what TIPP has to offer, click here to visit our TIPP website.

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