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National Journal Oct 18
Democrats will not be able to pick up enough seats to remove Trump from office without Republican votes.
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National Journal Oct 18
Republican enthusiasm surged after the Kavanaugh confirmation.
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National Journal Oct 18
Three of the ten Senate seats most likely to flip are currently held by Republicans.
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National Journal Oct 18
Polling consistently shows that health care is the most important issue to voters in both parties.
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Allen Jun 21
Those who strongly disapprove of Trump’s job performance outnumber those who strongly approve by 2 to 1
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National Journal Nov 15
What can we expect from congressional leaders in 2019 and beyond? Join our , Making Sense of the Midterms, to find out.
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888ICO Aug 21
RT FintechChinaW "RT nationaljournal: The United States has 1,393 startups, the most in the world. China and Israel follow with 383 and 362, respectively. "
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National Journal Oct 12
Democrats and Republicans are approaching each race with different strategies. What are these strategies and which are proving most successful? Our analysts will cover this and more in the next on 10/18.
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National Journal Nov 16
Do you know what to expect when the 116th Congress is sworn in? For a legislative look ahead, join and for the next on 11/29:
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National Journal Oct 18
Democrats prioritize the environment, education, and health care when voting, while Republicans prioritize terrorism and the economy.
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National Journal Oct 5
Over half of voters report being more energized now than in past elections, but will this translate to any real political change? Our analysts will offer their input on 10/18 during our next . Register:
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National Journal Oct 12
Between 2014 and 2018, the average Democratic midterms primary turnout increased by 211%, while the average Republican turnout increased by 70.76%. How can your PAC adjust to these changes effectively? Watch our September to find out:
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National Journal Oct 15
According to our research, interviews, and analysis, PACs face these challenges: misconceptions about their purpose, underestimation of impact of contributions, and limited exposure to PACs. Watch this for advice on overcoming these challenges:
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National Journal Oct 22
Energy-related carbon emissions fell about 1% in 2017, largely attributed to the decrease in emissions from the coal industry. For more takeaways like this, watch our on the energy grid here:
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National Journal Oct 5
The term “blue wave” has been thrown around a lot lately. Is it just talk or is there truth to the prediction that Democrats could sweep Congress in November? Find out in our midterm preview on 10/18:
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National Journal Nov 14
The votes have been counted and the results are in. Which campaign strategies worked, and why? For an in-depth analysis of the , join our on 11/29:
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National Journal Oct 18
To control Congress, Democrats must take 23 House seats and 2 Senate seats. Can they do it?
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National Journal Nov 13
Learn more about who won, who lost, and what the final tallies signal about broader shifts in the political landscape during our post-election on 11/29:
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National Journal Oct 5
Since the end of World War II, the party in control of the White House has had an average net loss of 26 House seats in midterm elections. To learn more about how to approach the midterms, watch or download our :
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