So will Trump. Can these simple quizzes help confused voters make up their minds?
My policy is not to pick and choose which polls I think are valid. Both parties survived that. Amitabh Lath, what you say is true, but the demographics of the country is changing — prior immigration was from Europe. Data based on 30-day moving average to reduce daily variance from traffic sources.
People thought Utah would go strongly for Romney but he just won the same share as any historic Republican. Last answered 9 hours ago.
Well you are free to construct your own polling average from the twelve polls done by recognised pollsters. No matter who wins Utah in November, they may well have lower-than-usual turnout.
True, but there are circumstances that make things different. And see this from NYT Th. Assuming wR and wD are very close to 1 how far off would a calculation like this have been in previous elections?
Chris Christie? I think being always surrounded and outvoted by Democrats is one of the things that makes Trump appeal to Northeastern Republicans; his outrageousness and scary authoritarian edge are like a thumb in the eye to everyone around them.
The jittery souls that represent the GOP establishment have presumably read the same public and internal polls, and they are worried.
Ben Crowden, a 26-year-old writer from Bristol, is a fan of the sites because they make you "really think about what you believe on quite a few issues".
It takes 270 electoral votes to win, so Republicans face an uphill climb. Is this even worth writing about?
Demographics are destiny, and I believe demographically the composition of the nation currently changes at. Hey Sam — I love the blog and followed it religiously for the last election. I just looked it up: Maybe having a VP such as Warren will help unite the fractures?
Florida will be razor sharp again. When counting all voters, New York is solidly in the Democratic side of the tally.
Click the map to create your own at 270toWin. Is there any statistical evidence that such a thing actually exists, or is it a largely made up explanation ex post for how a race turned out?
Living in New Jersey we occasionally take the kids to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, and the articles and cartoons of that era turn of the 20th century make it clear the fight was truly vicious and beyond racist.