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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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Philip Rucker 4h
Today's A1: State of play in MI & PA, where Clinton isn't fully engaged but Trump shows potential & Dems are nervous
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Dave Wasserman 4h
New ABC/WaPo has Clinton up 50%-42% w/ college whites, down 34%-54% w/ non-college whites. Would be more than DOUBLING of gap from '12.
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Jessica Taylor 4h
NBC/WSJ much better picture for Trump than WaPo/ABC
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Dave Wasserman 4h
Trump polling *ahead* in - worth one EV. MT New Maine poll: Clinton 42%, Trump 35%
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Dave Wasserman 22h
Will GOP defections like Will & Paulson actually *help* Trump frame Hillary's candidacy as conspiracy of elites?
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Nathan Gonzales 23h
.....except get out of the race completely right now.
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Dave Wasserman Jun 24
And per 's story, I'm not even sure Erie/Harrisburg/Altoona media markets included in P USA's buy.
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Dave Wasserman Jun 24
There are more potential Trump targets inside PHL market than ppl think. Bucks, NE Philly, some Delco, Lehigh Valley
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Dave Wasserman Jun 24
And instead of classic red vs. blue, the 2016 election drifts further into realm of elite vs. anti-elite.
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Dave Wasserman Jun 24
In fact, the only Electoral prize where the non-Hispanic white share of the electorate went *up* from 2011 to 2015? DC: 38.7% to 39.2%.
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Dave Wasserman Jun 24
FL's non-Hispanic white share of VAP fell from 61% to 58%. AZ: 64% to 61%. CO: 74% to 72%, VA: 67% to 65%. PA: 82% to 80%. IA: 91% to 89%.
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Dave Wasserman Jun 24
In the last four years alone, Nevada's non-Hispanic white share of the voting age population dropped from 59% to 55%. Wow.
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Dave Wasserman Jun 24
New Census data underscores GOP's problem: 79% of U.S.'s 80 year olds are non-Hispanic whites. Just 57% of 18 year olds are.
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Dave Wasserman Jun 24
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Alec MacGillis Jun 24
Shocker, that so many elites prefer to cast Trump and Brexit as all about nativism rather than also about anti-elitism.
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Dave Wasserman Jun 24
Lots of ppl never thought the huge Leave margins in post-industrial northern England possible either.
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Dave Wasserman Jun 24
Can totally sympathize w/ you there. Think Q is whether anti-Trump R's in Chesco/Montco/Lancaster counter trend elsewhere.
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Dave Wasserman Jun 24
58% of PA's votes are cast outside of Philly market, and you could even make case for Trump doing well in Bucks
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Dave Wasserman Jun 24
certainly, assuming she's winning comfortably nationally. But would seem to be worth shoring up standing in Harrisburg market
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Dave Wasserman Jun 24
There are a lot more Cambrias in Pennsylvania than Montgomerys...
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