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January 31, 2017

Parties of the Left, Wake Up!

By Stanley Greenberg This appeared in Democracy: A Journal of Ideas January 31, 2017 Center-left parties in America and Europe are...
December 23, 2016

Was Barack Obama Bad for...

By Stanley Greenberg & Anna Greenberg This article appeared in the New York Times on December 23, 2016. President Obama will be remembered as...
October 04, 2016

Clinton defines the election as...

Over the past week, Hillary Clinton’s focus on the economy has given Democrats their marching orders for consolidating Democrats and her vote...
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1. Tipping the Senate battleground states in the final month
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For the first time in this election cycle, the WVWVAF-Democracy Corps Senate battleground shows a consistent move toward the Democrats across a broad range of indicators that suggest the Democrats are ...
Democracy Corps and Resurgent Republic conducted the latest bi-partisan NPR poll of the 12-state competitive Senate battleground.  This poll shows an incredibly stable race, but with emerging evidence ...
3. Race Narrows with Further Message Clarity
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... race-by-race battles against overwhelming outside spending and a very pessimistic mood and tough economy.  Gains in the actual races in the House and Senate battlegrounds are in inches, with many key races ...
4. October Surprise?
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... of House seats and the hold on the Senate. This conclusion and recommendations on strategy and message are based on a special program of weekly October polling aimed at producing an 'October surprise.' ...
5. Republicans Enter Wall Street Reform Debate Weighed Down by Luntz Memo
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Republicans in the Senate decided to base their opposition to financial reform using a message developed by GOP pollster Frank Luntz, arguing that reform amounts to bailouts for Wall Street banks. But ...