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May 18, 2018

To win in 2018, Democrats must...

By Stanley Greenberg & Page Gardner for The Hill, May 18, 2018 With approval ratings of 42 percent for President Trump and a dismal 18 percent for...
May 03, 2018

New Message Platform for 2018’s...

Democrats sit at the edge of a landslide repudiation of President Trump and Republicans – in the Congress and states where they govern – in November....
November 04, 2017

The Democratic Civil War Is...

By Susan Glasser. This article appeared in The New Yorker on November 1, 2017. On the morning of October 5th, President Trump was on one of his...
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By Stanley Greenberg & Page Gardner for The Hill, May 18, 2018 With approval ratings of 42 percent for President Trump and a dismal 18 percent for the Republican Congress, Democrats could be poised ...
The midterm election is starting to break against Donald Trump and the Republican Party in profound ways and running on the economy and the new tax cut helps further solidify advantages for Democrats.This ...
3. Tools for a Wave in 2018
(Articles/National Surveys)
... margins and certainty. Independents are deeply opposed to the GOP health care bills and Trump and break heavily for Democrats in the congressional ballot after supporting Trump and Republicans in ...
... on CBS News Live’s “Red & Blue” President Trump was the first Republican to carry Michigan since it supported President George H.W. Bush in 1988. Trump earned outsize support in Macomb County, where ...
5. Parties of the Left, Wake Up!
(Articles/In the News)
... general election of 2016: The country is making progress and the economy is recovering and you should punish the Republicans who want us to fail. In his final weekend speech before the 2010 election, he ...
6. The New Republican Coalition & its First Challenges
(Articles/Republican Party Project)
Democracy Corps’ new “Republican Party Project” survey of the GOP’s potential coalition exposes the very new dynamics created by Donald Trump and the 2016 election. Pay close attention because there ...
... taken most of the gains in income and wealth. More than anything, people are angry that the game appears to be rigged by corporate special interests. Donald Trump managed to become the Republicans’ ...
... the general election campaign has raised awareness and increased opposition. The scale of change starts with Democrats, speeds up with independents and becomes a torrent with Republicans.  The proponents ...
... This lead is produced by some historic voting patterns and a breathtakingly unpopular Republican Party led by Donald Trump. It is also produced by a country where President Obama's approval has reached ...
10. The millennial strategy
(Articles/Battleground Surveys)
... Vote Action Fund.[1] Democratic millennials have started to consolidate for Clinton, but their Republican contemporaries have not done the same for Trump. Gary Johnson's millennial vote is now a repository ...
... in the debate and in Toledo should unify the Democratic offer in this campaign. Some have toyed with tying the Republican Party and its candidates to an unpopular Donald Trump, but our work for Women’s ...
... presidential race in the battleground has tightened, but also why it is likely to widen back up. Trump’s better margins come from some consolidation of base Republicans and Clinton has lost support to ...
... stop any trade deals that kills jobs or holds down wages" and oppose the the Trans-Pacific Partnership after the election and as president. Republican Donald Trump condemned every past trade deal that ...
14. The Wave
(Articles/In the News)
... for the Republicans.[1] Progressives, pundits and the media are consumed with the pivotal role of angry white working class men when their vote share is declining every presidential election and will ...
15. A Mandate to Rewrite the Rules of the Economy
(Articles/Rewriting the Rules of the Economy)
... in the race for the White House. Clinton and the Democrats enter this debate with a 6-point advantage in partisanship, yet they trail Donald Trump and the Republicans on who would do a better job on the ...
... Clinton also has twice as many “winnable” voters as Trump (10 to 5 percent). This race is still shaped by Trump's high negatives – his unfavorability remains stuck at 60 percent – as well as a Republican ...
... Investor State Dispute Settlement (ISDS). This unique survey of likely voters identifies key targets in the trade debate among Democrats, independents and Republicans and demonstrates how they can be moved ...
18. Creating a down-ballot Democratic wave
(Articles/Battleground Surveys)
... of winning the House this November. They are more likely to achieve that goal if voters start voting a straight-Democratic ticket or more Republican voters defect at the congressional and local level. ...
... the Democrats’ party identification advantage: in this case, Democrats hold a 6-point advantage in party identification and an 8-point advantage with Republican and Democratic leaning-independents.  ...
... image problems. With 60 percent viewing Trump unfavorably and half of presidential year voters saying they will never vote for him, he is losing Republican support to Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson ...
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