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Nominees to higher courts will have critical influence on immigration, Roe v. Wade, and health care decisions, but nominees to lower courts can also transform legislation for generations to come, argues this :
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National Journal Sep 17
While Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch have received plenty of media coverage as Trump’s controversial nominees to the Supreme Court, the president has also nominated hundreds of judges to lower courts with less notice. Our latest explores:
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National Journal Sep 6
Though the 2016 presidential election shook many Americans' confidence in political polling, U.S. election polls since that time have been more accurate than usual. To learn more, check out our latest post:
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National Journal Aug 27
As politicians refuse donations from corporate sponsors, their parties may have to rely more heavily on candidates who can self-fund their campaigns.
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National Journal Aug 29
How are candidates performing when they forgo corporate donations? Read this new post to find out more:
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National Journal Sep 13
As we approach the midterms, be cautious about overinterpreting a candidate’s lead in U.S. Senate and gubernatorial polls, advises our latest post. Learn why:
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National Journal Sep 7
Did the 2016 presidential election doom election polling? No, says our latest post. Read more here:
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National Journal Aug 24
An increasing number of candidates are protesting big money in politics by sourcing donations from non-corporate PACs and donors. Will this impact their competitiveness? Find out in the latest post on :
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National Journal Sep 14
Donald Trump’s most lasting legacy may be the high number of nominees to the federal courts. Our latest post discusses how the president has been able to nominate so many judges:
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National Journal Sep 12
Read our latest post, which tackles the issue of polling accuracy in elections past and future:
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National Journal Sep 14
Should we trust 2018 midterm elections polls? Find out on this post:
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National Journal Sep 11
While most 2016 presidential election polls failed to predict the actual winner, the national polls were the most accurate in 80 years. Our latest post explains why:
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National Journal Sep 10
Pollsters failed to predict Trump’s win as a result of inaccurate of state-level polls and an overrepresentation of college grads who lean Democrat, according to our latest post:
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National Journal Aug 24
Confused by the yield curve? Read this post on to learn more:
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National Journal Aug 23
Why are some of the most competitive congressional candidates refusing corporate donations? Read the latest post on to learn more:
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National Journal Aug 22
Candidates are advocating for campaign finance reform by refusing corporate money. :
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National Journal Aug 21
More candidates are rejecting donations from corporate PACs and lobbyists. Find out why in our latest post on :
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National Journal Aug 13
What is the yield curve and why are people concerned about it? Read the latest post on to find out:
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National Journal Aug 11
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National Journal Aug 11
The US is entering one of the longest periods of continuous economic growth in recent history. When will it end? Find out in our latest post on :
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