A discussion on new reports from the State Department regarding Hillary Clinton’s email server, and the possibility those emails are tied to the 2011 Benghazi attack.
Covering a political story today? Here’s the latest from AEI’s political corner experts.
Listening to Obama and his defenders, the polarization is all one-sided. The president’s opponents are dogmatic ideologues and racists.
Has Hillary Clinton’s standing with the public declined sharply in recent weeks? Evidence that it has comes from Quinnipiac polls in three key swings states: Colorado, Iowa and Virginia.
When you have a competition between two brands, the better brand tends to win. A Clinton may beat a Bush, but voters won’t be asked to vote for “a Clinton,” they’ll be asked to vote for a specific Clinton, namely Hillary.
What do Americans think about Dodd-Frank five years after the law’s passage? A look at polls on the law, financial regulation, banks, and Wall Street proves instructive.
With the fifth anniversary of Dodd-Frank coming up next week, AEI public opinion expert Karlyn Bowman examines how people feel about the law and federal regulation of financial institutions.
The fifth anniversary of Dodd-Frank is July 21. Read what Americans think about Wall Street, banks, and financial regulation.
While there are no polls on Pluto, pollsters have asked Americans for years about space exploration.
Discussion on a recent poll showing showing Americans still have a high level of patriotism.