Danielle Kurtzleben

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Sanders Has Been Losing In States Where Income Inequality Is Worse

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

It's one of the more counterintuitive patterns in this year's election data...but why is it happening?

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The Disappearing Middle: Electorate Way Less Moderate Than Past Primaries

Saturday, April 16, 2016

Democratic turnout is down this year. Republican turnout is way up. But they both have something in common: voters straying from the middle.

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The Case For John Kasich, The Candidate The Most Voters Think Is OK

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

The Ohio governor says there are "two paths" for the Republican Party — one of "darkness" and the one that he's on. That may resonate more with general election voters than primary voters, though.

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Is It OK To Vote For Hillary Clinton Because She's A Woman?

Monday, April 11, 2016

A listener's 8-year-old daughter tells her dad to vote for the "girl" candidate, because she's a woman. It's a sweet clip, but it gets at the deep question of how identity and issues are intertwined.

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Bill Clinton Recasts Black Lives Matter Protest Clash As 'Example'

Friday, April 08, 2016

The former president acknowledged that he was "talking past" protesters in a Thursday clash over the 1994 crime bill.

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FACT CHECK: The White House's Private-Sector Job Streak

Sunday, April 03, 2016

How much can a president take credit for job growth in the private sector?

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Trump Says He Can Unify The GOP, But Polls Suggest Otherwise

Friday, April 01, 2016

New data from the Pew Research Center suggests that the Republican candidate who is doing the best is also the one who would send the most voters running.

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3 Reasons Why Trump's Abortion Comments Are Dangerous For His Campaign

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Donald Trump made some highly controversial statements on abortion yesterday, then took them back hours later.

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Do Americans Really Move To Canada Because Of Politics?

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

This campaign season, lots of people are apparently making calls and doing Internet searches to see how to move to Canada. The number who follow through is likely to be much, much lower.

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Stopping Trump Won't Be So Easy. Here's Why, In One Chart

Thursday, March 24, 2016

Donald Trump has a base that skews heavily toward early deciders. His opponents end up fighting over who's left.

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Surprise: Americans Kind Of Like Trade

Sunday, March 20, 2016

You'd think from watching the campaign that foreign trade is super unpopular. But polls show that's not quite true.

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Republicans Are Far Outstripping Democrats In Primary Turnout

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Democratic turnout this year looks like Republicans' did in 2008. And the GOP's massive turnout looks a lot like Dems' eight years ago.

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Bernie Sanders Says He's Beating Donald Trump. Is He Right?

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Candidates love to cite these polls, but not every pollster thinks they're useful. The election is still eight months away. So, when will everyone agree it's time to pay attention to hypotheticals?

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How Single Women Are Transforming American Politics

Monday, March 14, 2016

Women are staying single longer than ever — a shift that's having profound political implications, says author Rebecca Traister.

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Clinton's Comments On Nancy Reagan And HIV/AIDS Cause An Uproar

Friday, March 11, 2016

Hillary Clinton apologized after she called the late Nancy Reagan a "very effective, low-key" advocate on HIV/AIDS awareness, when in fact she and her husband were criticized for not doing enough.

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What We Know: Breitbart Reporter And Alleged Assault At A Trump Event

Friday, March 11, 2016

Michelle Fields of conservative site Breitbart alleged that she was assaulted at a Trump event by someone who was ID'd as Trump's campaign manager.

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Presidential Candidates Back Away From Supporting Free Trade

Thursday, March 10, 2016

The issue of trade has been an important dividing line within both parties this year. Democratic and Republican candidates are backing away from supporting free trade amid voter concerns and a rising tide of populism.

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Republicans Keep Posting Phenomenal Turnout Numbers

Wednesday, March 09, 2016

Republicans continued to post stunning voter-turnout numbers Tuesday night. In the four states that voted on the GOP side, turnout far exceeded what the party saw in 2012.

In Hawaii's, Michigan's and Mississippi's Republican races, turnout this year was 30 to 40 percent higher than it was in 2012. Idaho ...

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4 Takeaways From Tuesday Night's Exit Polls

Wednesday, March 09, 2016

Here's the short version of Tuesday night's primaries (and one caucus): Donald Trump won big, Bernie Sanders pulled off a major upset, and Marco Rubio had a bad, bad night.

Those were the outcomes, but how did they happen? Here are four big takeaways from the exit polls in Michigan ...

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Tuesday's Elections: 3 Trump Wins, Plus A Big Surprise From Sanders

Tuesday, March 08, 2016

The results from Tuesday's four primary and caucus states are in: three wins for Trump, one each for Clinton and Cruz, and one surprising, narrow victory for Sanders.

Bernie Sanders' tight win over Hillary Clinton in Michigan is the biggest news out of Tuesday night's presidential nomination races. Though Clinton ...

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