Why Howard Schultz's presidential bid was doomed from the start

His third-party run relied on support from voters in ideological "no man's land"

What slice of the electorate is “socially liberal and fiscally conservative”?

The Takeaway: Howard Schultz, the former CEO of Starbucks, has blamed ideological extremism, partisanship and tactical voting for the demise of his long, long, long-shot presidential bid. In reality, he was always quite unpopular, relying on support from a very small slice of t…

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