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November 18, 2018

Trump Is Beginning to Lose His...

By Stanley Greenberg This op-ed first appeared in the New York Times Sunday Review on November 18, 2018.    America’s polarized citizenry...
December 10, 2018

Unmarried Women in 2018

Unmarried women comprised 23 percent of the national electorate and played a decisive role in the 2018 wave. Like other women, many unmarried women...
November 16, 2018

Democrats won big embracing strong...

Many vulnerable Republicans hoped that the GDP and jobs numbers and their signature legislative accomplishment, the tax cut, would persuade voters to...
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... campaign, Greenberg told me. Even worse, he said, Democrats were repeating the same political mistakes a year later. “Look at Virginia right now,” Greenberg said, as soon as we sat down in his second-floor ...
22. Disruptive changes among key voters in 2017
(Articles/National Surveys)
... and millennials, who are more disengaged than any other group, can be engaged if leaders and organizations get their act together. Democrats may push the generic ballot into double-digits with a promise ...
... and these are the poster children. So why do the Democrats not enjoy a stronger lead in the ballot? READ THE FULL NOTE HERE.    ...
... 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 ...
... percent, how he is “putting American workers ahead of the interests of big corporations” and 60 percent, “keeping jobs in the United States.” That is made possible, in part by the relative silence of Democrats ...
26. Tools for a Wave in 2018
(Articles/National Surveys)
...  Democrats and key parts of the Democratic base – African Americans, Hispanics, unmarried women and millennials are intensely hostile to Trump and are supporting Democrats for Congress with impressive ...
... “strongly.” But with the right information and lines of attack, Democrats can broaden and deepen opposition to the GOP replacement plan bill even further. What do voters dislike about the proposed replacement ...
28. The Democrats' "Working Class Problem"
(Articles/In the News)
This article originally appeared in The American Prospect on June 1st as part of the series on the White Working Class and Democrats.   The road to a sustainable Democratic majority—nationally, ...
... – the working women who will play a critical role in determining whether Democrats make a comeback in the coming off-year elections.[1] Each of these groups disappointed Democrats to varying degrees in ...
30. Moving to scale to win on health care
(Articles/Battleground Surveys)
... – both the Clinton and Trump voters. Based on the findings of just-completed focus groups with these key voters, the Republican failure has created a major opportunity for progressives. The Democrats’ ...
... first made a name for himself studying white working class voters. His seminal 1985 report on so-called Reagan Democrats examined why auto workers were abandoning the Democratic Party in Macomb County, ...
32. Macomb County in the Age of Trump
(Articles/Macomb County)
The path for Democrats to take back Trump voters and win down-ballot runs through the nation’s working class communities, starting in the formerly industrial states and Upper Midwest. That is why Democracy ...
33. Parties of the Left, Wake Up!
(Articles/In the News)
... One year after the passage of the economic recovery program, most thought the big banks, not the middle class, were the main beneficiaries of Obama and the Democrats’ heroic efforts. TARP remains a searing ...
34. Was Barack Obama Bad for Democrats?
(Articles/In the News)
... On that count, Mr. Obama failed. His legacy regrettably includes the more than 1,000 Democrats who lost their elections during his two terms. Republicans now have total control in half of America’s ...
35. The New Republican Coalition & its First Challenges
(Articles/Republican Party Project)
... him against Clinton. This group is comprised heavily of moderates and college graduates who are more pro-trade – and probably aren’t being won back. Second, there is group of independents and Democrats ...
... the motivation and strategy of the Clinton campaign. But Judis could not be more inaccurate in stating we believed “Democrats didn’t need to worry so much about the shrinking white working class” and that ...
... intense. Bernie Sanders’ call for a “revolution” produced landslide victories with millennials and white Democrats without a four-year degree. This progress nearly allowed him to contest the convention. ...
38. Why Trump Won: Part 1
(Articles/National Surveys)
... happened across this very diverse and divided electorate. First, we believe Hillary Clinton and Democrats could have won this election if Democratic base voters turned out at higher numbers and appealed ...
... 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 ...
40. Strategy for Maximizing Democratic Gains
(Articles/National Surveys)
Democracy Corps’ new national survey shows Democrats have an opportunity to make significant gains if they have the right strategy in the final weeks of the campaign. This survey came out of the field ...
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