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Democracy Fund and UCLA have released survey data that reflects the views of nearly 156,000 American residents between July 18, 2019 and January 2, 2020. The survey, one of the largest public opinion surveys ever conducted, includes people in nearly every county, congressional district and mid-sized city in the U.S.Get the Data
Which type of candidate could bring together a stronger electoral coalition — an ideological firebrand or a centrist? Patrick Ruffini examines the prospects for Bernie Sanders in particular and challenges top electability arguments.Read More
John Sides and Robert Griffin analyze candidate favorability among today’s voters in light of past voting behaviors to understand the dynamics of election 2020.Read More
In a December 5 piece in The New York Times, Lynn Vavreck, John Sides, and Chris Tausanovitch shared Nationscape data and analysis on how Republicans and Democrats prioritize impeachment among top issues. On December 19, they responded to reader requests with additional related findings from independent voters.Read More
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