Morning Consult Intelligence Surpasses RealClearPolitics and HuffPost Pollster as Largest Public Opinion Polling Database

Database Allows Users to Instantly Search, Analyze and Share Polling Data From Over 500 of the World’s Leading Media and Polling Organizations

WASHINGTON (December 8, 2015) — Morning Consult, the rapidly growing technology and media company, released today Morning Consult Intelligence — a digital platform that revolutionizes how to search, analyze and share public opinion data. Bringing together thousands of data sets from over 500 of the world’s leading polling and media organizations, Morning Consult Intelligence is the most comprehensive and dynamic public opinion database available today.

“Polling data has been stuck in the 90s with paper binders and static PDFs. Morning Consult Intelligence changes that,” said Michael Ramlet, Morning Consult Co-Founder and CEO. “Whether you work for a presidential campaign or a Fortune 500 company, Morning Consult Intelligence will transform how you use public opinion and market research data.”
At launch, Morning Consult Intelligence houses more than 50,000 searchable polling questions. The platform has tools that allow for robust analysis and easy sharing of information, including:
  • Search — A state-of-the-art search engine that can find and filter the most relevant data by keyword, source and date.
  • Analyze — Examine all available demographics, such as age, gender, income or race, for every polling question. Look at public opinion trends over time, and plot data against major economic trends, such as unemployment numbers.
  • Share — Create charts and graphs for nearly every data set within the platform, and share them through email, Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
  • Build — Design custom PowerPoint presentations and reports from data and graphics.

Morning Consult Intelligence launches today in public beta at

The launch of the platform caps off a rapid year of growth for Morning Consult. In just over two years, Morning Consult has conducted more than 100 polls with more than 250,000 Americans. The company also made significant investments to its media platform this year, launching Congress and campaigns verticals and expanding its coverage in the health, energy, finance and tech industries.
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