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... and college educated voters to Clinton and the Democrats. Trump is helping Clinton consolidate Democrats, unmarried women, and minority voters.   As a result, Trump’s Rustbelt strategy is faltering ...
42. The GOP Crash and the Historic Moment for Progressives
(Articles/Republican Party Project)
... and in the election’s aftermath. Seizing them will increase the probability that the Democrats’ rapidly growing demographic hegemony will finally be realized electorally. It will increase the probability ...
43. Edging toward an earthquake election
(Articles/National Surveys)
... with white unmarried women,   millennials and African Americans showed a new consciousness about the stakes in November. In this poll, the percentage of Democrats giving the highest level of engagement ...
44. Explaining Trump: GOP Civil War & its Opportunities
(Articles/Republican Party Project)
... survey of Republicans looks eerily like Trump’s inside intelligence on Republican thinking, though at the same time, it shows how Democrats can take advantage of this moment. The strongest attacks ...
45. Taking on Trade, Unions and Banks in 2016
(Articles/Rewriting the Rules of the Economy)
... included an argument about trade or unions, it performed as well or better than the original “Level the Playing Field” message. The union version performed somewhat better among Democrats, with ...
46. Voters Demand Government & Political Reform
(Articles/National Surveys)
... with a majority), built largely on overwhelming support among Rising American Electorate (RAE) voters—unmarried women, people of color, and millennials. Democrats face two major challenges. First, the ...
... this and other reform measures to reduce the influence of money in politics are played out in real campaign simulations, Democrats who embrace this reform, including Hillary Clinton and down-ballot congressional ...
... warning of Armageddon if the liberal Democrats were to govern. This battle has left the Republicans with mostly married voters, as well as the oldest, most rural and most religiously observant voters ...
49. Senate Battleground: The Path to Retaking the Senate
(Articles/Battleground Surveys)
A major new survey in four U.S. Senate battleground states shows that Democrats are within striking distance of the majority in 2016.  Democratic candidates are 6 points up in Colorado (Democratic hold), ...
50. Democrats can win the health care argument
(Matching tags: obama,Republican Party,Democrats,NPR,Health Care,Supreme Court,national,super pacs)
We learned a great deal about health care reform in the survey we conducted together with Resurgent Republic for NPR.  Above all, Democrats can feel very comfortable talking about it and engaging ...
51. Progressives Still Support Obama; Intensely Focused On Wall Street And Money In Politics
(Matching tags: obama,wall street,Democrats,CAF,straw poll,progressives,warren)
Campaign for America’s Future and Democracy Corps Poll Finds Strong Support for President Obama and Overwhelming Backlash Against Wall Street and Money in Politics. A poll by Democracy Corps of ...
52. President Obama makes gains in winnable race
(Matching tags: obama,democracy corps,romney,Republican Party,Democrats,national,tea party)
... Congress. The Democrats have settled into a 6-point advantage in party identification, double Obama’s vote margin.  ...
53. Analysis: Democratic Congressional Candidates Pull Ahead; Obama Competitive
(Matching tags: obama,democracy corps,battleground,house,incumbents,Republican Party,Democrats,mccain,Palin,Mountain West)
Democrats are on the brink of making historic gains in swing Mountain West Congressional districts. Four years ago in these 11 targeted districts, Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry lost by ...
54. Analysis: Report on survey in the 40 Democratic and 15 Republican congressional battleground districts
(Matching tags: democracy corps,battleground,house,incumbents,Republican Party,Democrats)
... months — and hold double-digit leads against their generic challengers. Indeed, the Democrats in the most difficult 20 seats (top tier) enjoy a lead twice the size of that for the most vulnerable Republican ...
55. Two years after Citizens United, voters fed up with money in politics
(Matching tags: middle class,money in politics,Republican Party,Democrats,national,super pacs,independents)
The 2012 election will be the most expensive in history, fueled by unlimited spending by super PACs and other political groups, as well as candidates' furious fundraising to keep up. On the second anniversary ...
56. Presidential primary contest and pre-Christmas showdown put Republicans at risk
(Matching tags: obama,democracy corps,romney,Republican Party,Democrats,national,third-party candidates)
This first Democracy Corps national survey of the New Year shows Republicans at risk at every level.[1]
57. Winning the Economic Argument
(Matching tags: obama,democracy corps,middle class,Republican Party,Democrats,economy project)
... and congressional votes in this survey. And which party is better on the economy is almost all that matters, which is why Democrats need to start winning this argument.  ...
58. Occupy Politics
(Matching tags: economy,obama,Republican Party,Democrats,national)
The latest national survey by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner for Democracy Corps reveals an intensely anti-establishment, anti-Washington, anti-Wall Street moment. Three quarters of all voters say the country ...
59. Take Back the American Dream Conference participants call for stronger, bolder, more progressive agenda
(Matching tags: obama,democracy corps,Republican Party,Democrats,CAF,straw poll)
The Democracy Corps-Campaign for America's Future straw poll of Take Back the American Dream conference participants found strong support for President Obama and the jobs bill but also reveals a strong ...
60. Crisis of Legitimacy
(Matching tags: Democrats,Greenberg,cnn,new york times)
The most recent CNN/ORC International survey finds that "The public's trust in the federal government has dropped to an all-time low... Just 15 percent of Americans now say they trust the government ...
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