Millenials: Will They Make or Break Hillary Clinton?

There’s little doubt that millennial Americans (ages 18-29) lean to the left. In fact, a Rock the Vote and USA Today “Millennial Survey” conducted by Ipsos Public Affairs in March shows that 47{09f965da52dc6ab4c1643a77bd40d1f729d807040cd8db540234bb981a782222} of millennial voters identify as Democrats while 25{09f965da52dc6ab4c1643a77bd40d1f729d807040cd8db540234bb981a782222} identify as Republican. And, exit polls from previous elections show that strong support from […]

Between Donald Trump’s insistence that New Jersey Muslims were celebrating on the rooftops after the 911 tragedy, Ben Carson’s Thanksgiving vacation in Jordan and Hillary Clinton’s post-Thanksgiving announcement (yawn!) of a new $275 million infrastructure proposal, it’s often easy to forget that we still have the incumbent President (Obama) for another thirteen-plus months.   And, […]

According to The Wall Street Journal/NBC News polling, since November 2014 public opinion on whether free trade with foreign countries helps or hurts the US have been in flux, corresponding with a national debate over a proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership pact with 11 other select Asian and Pacific Rim countries that Congress has been struggling to […]

The Christmas Countdown app my two children installed on my iPhone is about to run its course of daily screeching out “Jingle Bells” (often just as I have joined a conference call), and literally ticking down the seconds until the fat man sings – er, flies out of sight.   Of course, my kids don’t look […]

Recent national polling shows President Obama in nearly an identical place where President Bush was at this point in his second term, just a couple weeks before the midterm election: The connection between a President’s approval ratings nationally and the historic outcome of midterm elections is already well-documented. And, it’s not really breaking any news […]

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