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August 11, 2016 |
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Donald Trump believes his path to the White House depends on winning white working-class voters, specifically those in northeast states like Maine and Pennsylvania and in Midwest states like Ohio, Wisconsin, and Michigan.  Conventional wisdom suggests whi...
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August 04, 2016 |
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Last month’s Republican and Democratic national conventions showed that both parties are deeply split internally over ideology and personalities. Not only that, but their presidential nominees remain highly unpopular. ...
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August 04, 2016 |
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How have the Republican and Democratic vice presidential nominees affected the 2016 election so far?  According to Gallup, Hillary Clinton’s choice of Tim Kaine as her running mate and Donald Trump’s pick of Mike Pence have had little-to-no net effect on ...
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July 28, 2016 |
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Though the slogan for the first day of the Democratic National Convention was “United Together,” the party appeared to be anything but. Hacked emails dumped online by WikiLeaks had confirmed the worst suspicions of Sen. Bernie Sanders’s supporters. The De...
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July 28, 2016 |
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The nation’s focus is on the Republican and Democratic National Conventions, but other factors will influence the national mood and the presidential race.  Among the factors that will influence voters on Election Day are Americans’ satisfaction with the s...
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July 21, 2016 |
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After Donald Trump finishes his acceptance speech Thursday in Cleveland, he will have only 109 days to cobble together the 270 Electoral College votes necessary to win the White House. More than a dozen weeks is a lot of time in life, but not much in a pr...
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July 21, 2016 |
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Donald Trump was officially nominated as the GOP’s 2016 presidential nominee on Day Two of the Republican National Convention.  As he received 1,725 delegates out of the 2,472 (more than the required 1,237 delegates necessary), there were still a number o...
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July 14, 2016 |
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In the next few weeks there will be much interest in “bounces”—the jump in the polls that most presidential candidates enjoy after their party’s convention. Gallup has found that since 1964 Democrats have received an average 5.8% post-convention bounce an...

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