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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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... 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, ...
22. 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 ...
27. 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 ...
28. 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, ...
29. The GOP Crash and the Historic Moment for Progressives
(Articles/Republican Party Project)
... so it can no longer write the rules of the economy to favor CEOs and corporations and so government can work for the middle class and working families again. Our polling for WVWVAF and the Roosevelt Institute ...
30. Progressives Win on Economy vs. Trump-Nationalist
(Articles/Rewriting the Rules of the Economy)
The Reagan Era produced a Republican Party trusted on the economy and left conservatives hegemonic on economic ideas and policy – small government, top-rate tax cuts, and deregulation to power growth. ...
The country is in a desperate mood, expressed in the public’s discontent with the direction of country. The anxiety begins with an economy you can’t depend on that produces a struggling middle class, ...
... “terrified,” “saddened,” “disappointed,” and “concerned.” They are nervous for the country’s future and especially concerned about the economy, despite the much improved employment picture. At best they ...
33. Engaging the millennial generation
(Articles/Rewriting the Rules of the Economy)
...    It is very possible that the Republican nominee is what will motivate these millennials and get them involved.     An economy that “expects so much and offers so little” – except ...
34. Taking on Trade, Unions and Banks in 2016
(Articles/Rewriting the Rules of the Economy)
... messages more powerful: Jobs remain the elemental starting point, even more than higher incomes, though an economy that creates more jobs must be buttressed by government policies and greater ...
Voters are angry. They are angry at an economy that does not work for average people and a pay-to-play culture in Washington that ignores the voices of working families to lard more favors and breaks ...
... the economy is governed by underlying rules; they are a choice and we have the power to change them.  But can this serious formulation win the intellectual argument with elites and the public, can its ...
... get bogged down in details. Progressive proposals must show that Democrats understand the complex reality of today’s new economy. Democrats must recognize the political implications of the ...
... an agenda that addresses the real economy of everyday Americans and—this is an equally important piece—also provides them with a more responsive and equitable government gives key blocks in the Democratic ...
39. The Average Joe's Proviso
(Articles/In the News)
... to keeping Democratic voters engaged in both presidential and off-year elections. When the economy crashed in 2008, Obama won white unmarried women by a whopping 20 points (60 to 40 percent) and came ...
... not view it as a Roosevelt moment, when a Democratic president might have educated the public on the fundamentals of the new economy and advanced a bold reform agenda. But again, that was not his project. ...
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