AEI’s team of experienced political analysts return to assess what has happened so far in the race to the White House, why, and what to watch for in the March primaries.
From a historical perspective, Bernie and Hillary are both progressives. Yet the ideological divide between them, and the constituencies they represent, could not be more profound.
If you think you can escape politics at the Super Bowl, you’re wrong. Find out how much Super PACs are spending on TV ads and see some polls about how people view the big game.
All of Bernie Sanders’s initiatives would start as non-starters. Hillary Clinton’s realistic attitude is the only thing that can effect change in today’s political climate.
I doubt that this debate will prevent Hillary Clinton from absorbing a drubbing from Bernie Sanders in next week’s New Hampshire primary.
Many minds probably were not changed by the debate in New Hampshire
Marco Rubio is a hawk, and he does favor massively cutting taxes for rich people and business. Nothing new there for a Republican. But there is more to the Rubio story.
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The polls suggested that Donald Trump would romp home but they were wrong! Why were the polls so wrong? What does this mean for American conservatism and does the future bode well for the man who came third – Marco Rubio?
Now that the results of last Monday’s Iowa caucuses are in, speculation naturally turns to next Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary.
Using prediction market data from Betfair, the authors find that Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio are the most electable, while Chris Christie and John Kasich also have high electability scores. We also find that Hillary Clinton has the highest electability score in the Democratic field and that Bernie Sanders’ electability is sensitive to specification changes.