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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...
October 18, 2017

Democrats Need to Lead the Fight...

This op-ed appeared in The Huffington Post on October 18, 2017.   Donald Trump remains deeply unpopular with the American people, and his...
November 02, 2017

Disruptive changes among key...

There are big forces at work in the coming year that could produce an earthquake of an off-year election, including a parade of indictments, the GOP...
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... because the Democrats’ silence on trade contributed mightily to Trump’s victory in the Rustbelt states and to Democrats’ ongoing disadvantage in handling the economy in public polling. Progressives must ...
2. Tools for a Wave in 2018
(Articles/National Surveys)
... battling against health care with the strongest arguments and for an economy that works for the middle class, with clarity about our values, widens the gap on intention to vote and intensity of support ...
3. Parties of the Left, Wake Up!
(Articles/In the News)
... it, and quickly. Hillary Clinton lost steam in the closing weeks and days because her campaign chose not to contest the economy or the undue influence of the few over government. They chose not to ...
4. Was Barack Obama Bad for Democrats?
(Articles/In the News)
... but that argument is beside the point: He rescued an economy in crisis and passed the recovery program, pulled America back from its military overreach, passed the Affordable Care Act and committed the ...
5. The New Republican Coalition & its First Challenges
(Articles/Republican Party Project)
... conservative views, and belief that Donald Trump has good plans to grow the economy and create jobs. But this coalition is full of potential fractures. First, 10 percent of Republicans did not vote for ...
... making the economy work for all, not just those at the top. The bolder the reforms and agenda, the more engaged these groups became. White working class women make up 45 percent of voting eligible ...
... the primaries and after her convention speech that demanded an economy that worked for all, not just the well connected. She emerged with her biggest lead when she closed the debates with a “mission” to ...
Last week, the American people were determined to vote for change – change that would crash the dominance of special interests over government and bring bold economic policies so the economy would work ...
9. Why Trump Won: Part 1
(Articles/National Surveys)
... Roosevelt Institute supported this election night survey and critical research on the changing electorate and the economy throughout this cycle that allows us to offer unique perspective.[1] There are ...
... passing the TPP would in fact undermine Obama’s  legacy because it will undo the progress he has made on the economy.  By a 15-point margin, a near majority of Democrats say they are less likely to vote ...
11. Strategy for Maximizing Democratic Gains
(Articles/National Surveys)
... Minority voters are also more consolidated by the Trump association message. But advocating for an economy that works for the middle class and attacking the Republican for supporting more trickle-down ...
... Republicans and independents. But when Democrats echo the economic message that Clinton used in the debates – vowing to build an economy for everyone and raise taxes on the rich, in contrast with ...
... achieved this by her clarity of plans and self-confidence, by focus on the middle class, the economy and taxes, and appointing Supreme Court justices that would look out for everyone not just the rich, ...
14. The millennial strategy
(Articles/Battleground Surveys)
... for most of those anti-Trump Republicans. The biggest, genuine problem is whether millennials will vote. The emerging battle over the economy – centered on taxes, trickledown and corporate responsibility ...
Over the past week, Hillary Clinton’s focus on the economy has given Democrats their marching orders for consolidating Democrats and her vote down-ballot. The powerful economic message she articulated ...
... key attributes as trustworthiness, having good plans for the economy, jobs, and looking out for the middle class. There was also a huge shift in her overall favorability (+33 points). The white working ...
... agenda.  It says that Democrats have a plan for the economy, and that to get these things done, we need a Democratic majority in Congress. A big majority of 61 percent found this to be a convincing ...
... is now an irrepressible part of the story. The two parties' presidential candidates' recent Michigan speeches on the economy reflect that reality. Democrat Hillary Clinton declared, "I will ...
19. A Mandate to Rewrite the Rules of the Economy
(Articles/Rewriting the Rules of the Economy)
As the two party conventions were starting, Donald Trump enjoyed about a 4-point advantage on the economy and that is what keeps him in the race to November.[1] According to a new Democracy Corps survey ...
20. A Guide to the Women’s Vote
(Articles/National Surveys)
... for Clinton in a 3-way ballot (up from +13 for President Obama in 2012). College educated women are more economically stable, with just 38 percent giving the state of the economy an unfavorable score, ...
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