Press

Recapping the California Primary Election Results with John Nienstedt

Recapping the California Primary Election Results with John Nienstedt

Recapping the California Primary Election Results with John Nienstedt San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s big victory leads the discussion about the primary election by John Nienstedt, President and CEO of Competitive Edge Communication and Research with CW6 News in the Morning anchor Jim Riffel.

John Nienstedt Predicts Voter Turnout in the California Primary on the KUSI Morning News

John Nienstedt Predicts Voter Turnout in the California Primary on the KUSI Morning News

John Nienstedt Predicts Voter Turnout in the California Primary on the KUSI Morning News John Nienstedt, President and CEO of Competitive Edge Communication and Research, talks with Carlos Amezcua on the KUSI Morning News about voter turnout, the effect of the presidential primary, and predicts the outcome of several.... Read More

John Nienstedt Offers Expertise on California Voter Primary Turnout

John Nienstedt Offers Expertise on California Voter Primary Turnout

John Nienstedt Offers Expertise on California Voter Primary Turnout With the California June primary just weeks away, NBC 7’s “Politically Speaking” takes a look at early look at voter registration patterns, turnout forecasts in the June election and the Trump vote. Noted pollster John Nienstedt,  President and CEO of.... Read More

California Primary Preview with John Nienstedt on NBC7’s “Politically Speaking”

California Primary Preview with John Nienstedt on NBC7’s “Politically Speaking”

Competitive Edge Research & Communication President John Nienstedt provides a preview of the California primary election in June and how voter turnout may affect the result with reporter Wendy Fry on the NBC7 series “Politically Speaking. Read more

John Nienstedt Featured Guest on Digital Politics Podcast

John Nienstedt Featured Guest on Digital Politics Podcast

John Nienstedt, President, Competitive Edge Research & Communication appears on the April 14 edition of the respected “Digital Politics” podcast, speaking with host Karen Jacoda on the relevance of the California primary; whether angry people are more likely to vote than happy folks; how the presidential competition will impact down ballot races; and methods for accurately polling Asian, Hispanic and Millennial voters. Read more