by Elwood Watson
The stark difference in tone and message between the Democratic and Republican conventions suggests that the parties know a basic fact: most voters have made up their minds.
SOURCE: Lapham's Quarterly
by Lindsay M. Chervinsky
George Washington tries to give the public what it wants.
SOURCE: The Washington Times
November 30, 2019
by Andrew Blake
Trump may have beaten Lincoln as a "better president" to some GOP members, but 59% of GOP faithful say Reagan still was better than Trump
by Wendy Melillo
One lesson is already clear: We expect too much from polls.
by Robert Wuthnow (Interview)
It was in 1976 when pollsters suddenly discovered the evangelical vote.
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