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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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21. Engaging the millennial generation
(Articles/Rewriting the Rules of the Economy)
... away, and what do you got?[...]Some rich guy somewhere, well off, house in the Hamptons, things like that.” (White millennial man)   Student debt, hard work and betrayed generation The struggles ...
22. Voters Demand Government & Political Reform
(Articles/National Surveys)
... Democrats’ potential base of support is decidedly less enthusiastic about politics and voting than conservatives. Second, support for Democratic candidates for the Senate and House and down-ballot is pretty ...
... one for every household in the United States,” New York Times, October 10, 2015; “Which Presidential Candidates Are Winning the Money Race,” New York Times, October 16, 2015. [3]Respondents ...
... are foreign-born, with Chinese the second-largest group behind Dominicans. The foreign-born make up nearly 40 percent of Los Angeles’s residents and 58 percent of Miami’s. A majority of U.S. households ...
... and are formidable favorites to win the presidency in 2016, yet Republicans hold large majorities in the U.S. House and Senate and have total partisan control in 24 of the states. At the heart of that ...
... this deal should know that they are threatening to walk away from the tax credits that have the most support with the public.   Democracy Corps conducted surveys in the Senate and House battlegrounds ...
27. New Take on the New Economy
(Articles/Rewriting the Rules of the Economy)
... and House battleground polls demonstrate where 55 percent of voters in Senate battleground states said “their position on the economy, creating jobs and improving wages” was the biggest factor in their ...
... Voices Women Vote Action Fund and the House and Senate Democratic leaders have been pressing just such an agenda and Ron Brownstein just spotlighted where they are making the difference in the National ...
... national exit polling that showed Democrats losing the national House ballot 45-53 percent.  Looking ahead, Democrats remain well-positioned for 2016—among the 2012 Presidential electorate, a generic Democratic ...
... the Republican Party, and particularly the Republicans in the House, is extremely unpopular.  And regressions show that sentiment about House Republicans drives the SENATE vote more strongly than sentiment ...
... views of Senate Democrats and its leadership than they do of Senate Republicans and Republican leadership in the House.  While just a third (32 percent) approve of the way Democrats are handling their ...
32. Next phase in battle for the House battleground
(Articles/Battleground Surveys)
Next phase in battle for the House battleground   Last week, we released a new survey of the 50 most competitive Republican House seats and the 36 most competitive Democratic House seats ...
Best Democratic strategy for base turnout and vote in 2014 includes ACA but overwhelmingly focuses on economic choice    This poll in the House battleground shows all of the major indicators ...
... toxic.  Nearly three quarters (72 percent) of likely voters disapprove of the Republican House, half (48 percent) do so strongly.  Just a quarter (24 percent) approve. The Republican House now ...
35. Inside the GOP: Why Boehner is Halting Immigration Reform
(Articles/Republican Party Project)
... groups among members of the Republican Party.  What we found made us skeptical that House Republicans would take any action on immigration reform in the near future.    Why? Click here ...
... The partisan context is poisoned by the image of the House Republicans.  The result is that the Republican vote has become much less solid and Republican incumbents have much fewer voters open to ...
37. 38 Percent: A new national survey on the ACA
(Articles/National Surveys)
... percent.  This is a totally different context than 2010, when Democrats paid the price for the ACA and Republicans took control of the House ·         ...
38. Mapping the Republican Brain
(Articles/Republican Party Project)
... Republicans in the House who voted against the TARP bailout, we should recall.  It also encompasses positive views of government action on climate change, suggesting openness to a regulatory response ...
39. Engaging confidently on health care reform
(Articles/Battleground Surveys)
... dynamic in these competitive House seats: we actually show Democrat members gaining on handling health care reform in their own seats.  Why is it that the popularity of the Republican Congress ...
40. The New American Economy - Full Report
(Articles/Rewriting the Rules of the Economy)
... grocery store, student loan payments, and childcare expenses. Voters have moved to a post-recession understanding of how pay and prices balance out in their household budgets. Because their understanding ...
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