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A Reversal on U.S. Military Intervention

By Paul Donaldson

For the past several years, Americans have become increasingly hesitant or resistant to military intervention in foreign conflicts.…

More Concrete Evidence This Election Cycle is Breaking Toward Republicans

By Bill McInturff

Five weeks ago, the Democrats had a 1.2% edge on the generic congressional vote (40.0% GOP/41.2% DEM). Today,…

If Good Policies are Good Politics, Prepare for a GOP Election

By Bill McInturff

The tea leaves are clear: It is going to be a very good Republican cycle. Underlying every election…

The Myth of the Security Mom, Disputed

By Nicole McCleskey
I read with interest Anna Greenberg’s column on The Myth of the Security Mom Revisited. With due respect to Dr. Greenberg and her significant contributions to the field, she seems to suggest that Security Moms don’t really exist, and perhaps that a growing concern about terrorism and national security may…

Voters Ready to Jilt Congress

By Lori Weigel
As we officially enter autumn, it is clear that voters’ long tempestuous relationship with their elected officials may be heading for a break-up. This has been the summer of our discontent. Take, for example, that: 71 percent of Americans say the country is off on the wrong track; 76 percent…

Rooting Against The Other Team

By Alex Bratty
Recently, Glen Bolger wrote a blog post about how voters are not in love with any of the potential outcomes of the election. In the same NBC/WSJ poll (September 2014)*, voters were also asked which party control would they prefer…

What Election Outcome Do Voters Really Want?

By Glen Bolger
Given a choice of three potential outcomes for the November election, Americans underscore their lack of love for the political parties by opting for none of the above. The latest WSJ/NBC poll offered respondents the choice of three outcomes for…

The Day Democrats Never Thought Would Come, Is Here!

By Glen Bolger
That tearing sound you hear throughout the land is the rending of garments by anguished Democrats. In a day they surely never expected would arrive, Barack Obama has a worse image than George W. Bush in the just completed WSJ/NBC…

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