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Why Are Women Less Likely Than Men To Support Sanders?

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Elections, Race & Ethnicity, Socio-Economic

News The New York Times

The Sanders Coalition Is Not Quite What We Thought It Was

The Democracy Fund is a bipartisan foundation working to ensure that our political system is able to withstand new challenges and deliver on its promise to the American people.

Elections, Political Parties, Race & Ethnicity, Socio-Economic

Blog White Non-college Voters Split Along Gender Lines

White Non-college Voters Split Along Gender Lines

Ruy Teixeira's analysis of Democracy Fund + UCLA Nationscape data shows a gender divide on key issues for white non-college voters that is likely to impact the Trump coalition.

Elections, Race & Ethnicity, Socio-Economic

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Sanders could not beat Trump simply by mobilizing turnout. Here's why.

The Democracy Fund is a bipartisan foundation working to ensure that our political system is able to withstand new challenges and deliver on its promise to the American people.

Elections, Political Parties, Race & Ethnicity, Socio-Economic

News Elmundo 0

Sanders y Buttigieg se disputan el triunfo en las primarias de hoy en New Hampshire

The Democracy Fund is a bipartisan foundation working to ensure that our political system is able to withstand new challenges and deliver on its promise to the American people.

Elections

News Usa Today

Survey: Democrats confident the primaries are being conducted fairly despite Iowa caucus debacle

The Democracy Fund is a bipartisan foundation working to ensure that our political system is able to withstand new challenges and deliver on its promise to the American people.

Elections

News Tablet Magazine

Can Bloomberg and Hillary Swipe the Nomination From Bernie?

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Elections, Ideology

News Rasmussen Reports

Sanders and the Senate

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Elections

Blog How Sanders Would Change the Democratic Coalition

How Sanders Would Change the Democratic Coalition

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.

Elections, Political Parties, Race & Ethnicity, Socio-Economic

News Nbc News

The delayed Iowa caucus results erode trust in elections at a really bad time

The Democracy Fund is a bipartisan foundation working to ensure that our political system is able to withstand new challenges and deliver on its promise to the American people.

Elections, Executive Branch, Political Parties

News The Salt Lake Tribune

Jana Riess: Trump’s Mormon problem continues, new study shows

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Elections, Political Parties, Religion

News The Washington Post

The resiliency of American democracy

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Elections, Executive Branch, Political Parties

News Yahoo Finance

The economy saved Trump from impeachment

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Elections, Executive Branch, Ideology

Report The Great Wide Open

The Great Wide Open

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.

Elections, Executive Branch, Political Parties

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News The New York Times

Is the Big Shake-Up in Britain Coming to the U.S.?

The Democracy Fund is a bipartisan foundation working to ensure that our political system is able to withstand new challenges and deliver on its promise to the American people.

Elections, Ideology, Political Parties

Blog Update: How Important is Impeachment to Voters? Very.

Update: How Important is Impeachment to Voters? Very.

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.

Elections, Executive Branch, Political Parties

News Msnbc

Gen Z is more anti-Trump than millennials, polling shows

The Democracy Fund is a bipartisan foundation working to ensure that our political system is able to withstand new challenges and deliver on its promise to the American people.

Elections

Blog Mormons and White Evangelicals Are Divided Over Trump

Mormons and White Evangelicals Are Divided Over Trump

Daniel Cox's analysis of Democracy Fund + UCLA Nationscape data suggests that in the Trump era, white evangelical Protestants continue to back the president while Mormons are forging a more independent political path.

Elections, Political Parties, Religion

Blog Who’s Most Electable? Fame Distorts Debate Over Top Democrats

Who’s Most Electable? Fame Distorts Debate Over Top Democrats

Writing in the Washington Post, Rob Griffin explains why "matchups" that show how Trump would perform against hypothetical candidates might be misleading.

Elections

News The Week

Where are the real 2020 centrists?

The Democracy Fund is a bipartisan foundation working to ensure that our political system is able to withstand new challenges and deliver on its promise to the American people.

Elections, Ideology, Political Parties

News The Washington Post

The surprising second choices of Democratic primary voters upend political cliches

The Democracy Fund is a bipartisan foundation working to ensure that our political system is able to withstand new challenges and deliver on its promise to the American people.

Elections, Executive Branch

News The Washington Post

Who’s most electable? Don’t trust polls that match Democratic candidates against Trump.

The Democracy Fund is a bipartisan foundation working to ensure that our political system is able to withstand new challenges and deliver on its promise to the American people.

Elections, Executive Branch

News Los Angeles Times

Impeached or not, here’s why Trump is the underdog for 2020

The Democracy Fund is a bipartisan foundation working to ensure that our political system is able to withstand new challenges and deliver on its promise to the American people.

Elections, Executive Branch

News New York Magazine

459,000 Working-Class White Male Wisconsinites Didn’t Vote in 2016

The Democracy Fund is a bipartisan foundation working to ensure that our political system is able to withstand new challenges and deliver on its promise to the American people.

Elections, Executive Branch

News The Guardian

The 'AOC effect' is real – and it's helping wean the Democrats off corporate donors

The Democracy Fund is a bipartisan foundation working to ensure that our political system is able to withstand new challenges and deliver on its promise to the American people.

Elections, Ideology, Political Parties

Blog Early Signs Suggest Trouble for Trump in 2020 Election

Early Signs Suggest Trouble for Trump in 2020 Election

Robert Griffin's analysis of the President favorability ratings suggests that Trump is likely to have a difficult challenge in his bid for re-election.

Elections, Executive Branch

Blog A More Decisive Electorate May Be Making Early Polls Better

A More Decisive Electorate May Be Making Early Polls Better

New research from Robert Griffin suggests that early polling is becoming more accurate in its predictions, but it may be that voters are just making up their minds earlier.

Economy, Elections

News The Washington Post

What Howard Schultz never understood about America

The Democracy Fund is a bipartisan foundation working to ensure that our political system is able to withstand new challenges and deliver on its promise to the American people.

Elections, Ideology, Political Parties

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