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The Democratic Party’s No. 1 problem, visualized
In the short period after the 2014 midterm near-sweep for the Republican Party, Democrats have quickly assumed the hand-wringing worrier role that the GOP perfected two years ago. For Democrats,...
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National pollsters underestimated pull of the GOP
Were the polls wrong? It’s a question asked after every election. Sometimes, as in 1948, the answer seems as obvious as the answer to the question, “Why did Custer lose at Little Bighorn?” Sometimes...
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STEVE DEACE: Reports of Evangelicals’ political d...
The ruling class in both political parties keeps waiting for it to happen and reporting it has happened, but it hasn’t happened yet. In fact, the 2014 election results confirm the exact opposite is...
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Exit Polls: Democrats could not escape Obama’s un...
Why did so many Democrats lose on Tuesday?Here's the simplest answer: President Obama was a political dead weight for his party. No Democratic Senate candidate performed more than nine percentage...
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Final forecast: Republicans have a 98% chance of ...
Barring any changes due to polls released in the next few hours, our Election Lab forecast gives Republicans a 98 percent chance of gaining at least the six seats they need to win a majority. This is...
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HUFFPOLLSTER: Polls Narrow In Key Senate Race
The North Carolina Senate race narrows to a near dead heat. Democrats say they're within the margin of error in Iowa and Colorado. And an unusually high number of undecided voters could make for some...
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HUFFPOLLSTER: How The Senate Polls Could Be Wrong
With the most crucial Senate races remaining close, we look at how the polling might be disproved on Election Day. National polls show little consensus on which way the political environment is...
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