Category Archives: Democrats

What Unites Republicans May Be Changing. Same With Democrats.

Perry Bacon Jr. of FiveThirtyEight – In a book released on the eve of the 2016 election called “Asymmetric Politics,” political scientists Matthew Grossmann and David Hopkins argued that America’s political parties don’t just have different ideologies, but are really … Continue reading

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What Unites Republicans May Be Changing. Same With Democrats.

Perry Bacon Jr. of FiveThirtyEight – In a book released on the eve of the 2016 election called “Asymmetric Politics,” political scientists Matthew Grossmann and David Hopkins argued that America’s political parties don’t just have different ideologies, but are really … Continue reading

Posted in Democrats, FiveThirtyEight, Republicans

Why Biden's endorsement edge matters

Harry Enten of CNN – The endorsements keep on coming for former Vice President Joe Biden. A few days ago, California Rep. Tony Cárdenas backed Biden’s bid to be the Democratic nominee for president. It was Biden’s 32nd endorsement from … Continue reading

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2020 ELECTIONS: Off mic scenes from Joe Biden’s wild road trip through Iowa

 Natasha Korecki in Politico – His one-on-one encounters with voters help explain Biden’s enduring popularity in polls. Continue…

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How Did The Democrats End Up With A 2020 Field So White And Male?

A FiveThirtyEight Chat – The 2020 Democratic field was once hailed as the most diverse ever. But now, even as many candidates try to position themselves as the best person to build on the “Obama coalition of young people, women and … Continue reading

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