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How popular is President Donald Trump?
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Elizabeth Warren overtook Bernie Sanders to claim second place in the Real Clear Politics average of national primary polls.
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66% of young white evangelical Christians say immigrants coming to the U.S. strengthen the country because of their hard work and talents. 54% of older white evangelical Christians believe immigrants are a burden on American society.
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Perry Bacon Jr. 18h
Broadly, the Democrats as a bloc are more anti-war and skeptical of deploying the U.S. military abroad than Obama was, particularly in his first term. And that includes both the left-center (Tim Ryan) and more left (Sanders, Warren, Democrats) wings of the party.
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Galen Druke 16h
Why the Warren comeback?
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When the economy is growing, the president’s party tends to be rewarded with more votes. When there’s a recession, the president’s party tends to get tossed from office.
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Elizabeth Warren received the most online mentions last week.
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"The two cities, one racially mixed, the other homogenous, have become my reference point for a cultural fissure in the Democratic Party that gaped open with the election of Trump."
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What DeMarcus Cousins's latest injury means for his career -- and the Lakers’ upcoming season -->
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The darkest town in America:
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Roughly 7 in 10 white evangelical Christians approve of the job Trump is doing as president. But younger white evangelical Christians express far *less* enthusiasm for Trump, even if they haven’t completely abandoned him.
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Recalling governors is all the rage this year.
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Warren received the most mentions in online news stories. Then Sanders. Then Biden. Then Harris. Then Booker. Then Buttigieg. Then Gillibrand. Then O'Rourke. Then ...
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Who is winning the generic congressional ballot?
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We published this in November 2017:
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Only 4 gubernatorial recall efforts have ever qualified for the ballot: -1921 in North Dakota -1988 in Arizona -2003 in California -2012 in Wisconsin
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Although white evangelicals have long been a solidly Republican voting bloc, younger voters are not as enthusiastic about President Trump as their parents are.
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What's driving the Warren comeback?
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