One political party can control the White House, Senate and Supreme Court with a significant minority of the vote
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Maybe, but that obscures their value as tools for journalism
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An aggressive pursuit of centrism will blind us to truths otherwise evident in the data
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Another newsletter on the true scale of uncertainty in public opinion polls
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Voters punish the president when people around them die under his watch
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The horses are rounding the second bend
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On unrest, the coronavirus, and the economy, most voters see a brighter future with Joe Biden than Donald Trump
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Let's discuss how I cover the horse raceHappy Thursday, subscribers! Today officially marks two months until the election. That’s exciting because it means I’m closer to being able to …
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And I'm unsure about what actually could
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Amid protests, partisan violence and norm violations, the presidential race enters the home stretch
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A response to Dave Wasserman
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Somebody asked, so here you go
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