The permanent campaign is a permanent fixture of our politics. Like the candidates, the pollsters will be judged by who wins and loses – on Election Day 2016.
The midterm race and generic ballot may be tightening. The general public is disappointed in both parties, and is looking for change. The majority of Americans are dissatisfied or angry about the way that the federal government is working.
Seasoned political scholars analyze the latest developments in the midterm election cycle and tell us what to watch for on and after election night.
Seventy-percent of Americans still think most people are better off under a free-market system. That compares to 63% for the average advanced economy.
Covering a political story today? Here’s the latest from AEI’s political corner experts.
With the November 2014 elections only a few weeks away, this AEI Special Poll Report takes a look at long public opinion trends on health care and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) as election issues.
Will women be the deciders in the 2014 elections? It’s definitely possible, but understanding the women’s vote involves busting a few myths about women at the polls.
Obama won’t listen to his commanders. Maybe he’ll listen to the polls?
A superficial look might indicate great achievements. Yet a closer view reveals how far the European renewables have to go, and what irrational choices are made to meet EU green energy quotas.