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Dave Wasserman
U.S. House editor of the nonpartisan Cook Political Report & player of fiddles/Scrabble/Excel spreadsheets More:
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Dave Wasserman May 27
Rubio is in fantasyland if he thinks he still has a future w/ this kind of GOP prez primary electorate, esp if he stays in Senate.
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Nathan Gonzales May 27
Relevancy is important but four more years of votes ain't great either.
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Steven Shepard May 27
If by "Clinton strategy," you mean news orgs counting both pledged and unpledged-but-on-the-record delegates.
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Nate Silver May 26
The system isn't rigged against Sanders. He's losing because more Democrats want Clinton to be their nominee.
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Dave Wasserman May 26
Latest from : "Focus on the Fundamentals." Last paragraph captures my feeling entirely.
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Dave Wasserman May 25
Yes. In '12, whites without college degrees were only 36% of electorate b/c college-educated turnout much higher.
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Dave Wasserman May 25
A woman who believes the UN is a secret Illuminati plot came within 2% of helping set TX curriculum. Likely to become more common, not less.
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Dave Wasserman May 25
In future, decline of trad media could make it easier for fringe conspiracy theorists to win political positions.
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Reid Wilson May 25
Long-term trend of political homogenization of society.
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Dave Wasserman May 24
Specifically, white men without a college degree were 32% of all voters in 1980. This November, they'll be ~16%:
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Dave Wasserman May 24
Trump's problem: this November, whites who lack college degrees will be ~33% of all voters. In 1980, they were 71%:
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Dave Wasserman May 24
Shorter WaPo: Let's not mention polling showing big Clinton lead in CA and talk up potential for "epic loss:"
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amy walter May 24
this should worry HRC camp most in NBC poll: 53% want POTUS who can 'bring major changes' vs 43% who want 'steady approach'
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Nate Cohn May 23
Also, Obama was born in Kenya and Cruz's dad worked with Lee Harvey Oswald on the JFK assassination
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Dave Wasserman May 23
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Dave Wasserman May 23
Familiar pattern by now: huge crowds for Sanders, but huge lead for Clinton.
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Dave Wasserman May 23
Make sure to bookmark to keep reading essential analysis from .
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Dave Wasserman May 23
In fact, in a close race, you could envision a scenario in which Bucks flips from Obama to Trump while Chester flips from Romney to Clinton.
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Dave Wasserman May 23
ICYMI, good PA piece by : . Easy to see how counties like Luzerne/Beaver are big problems for Hillary.
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Dave Wasserman May 23
The more compelling dance to watch is , where Paul Nehlen (R) likely a consideration in Paul Ryan eventually endorsing Trump.
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