BPC Examines What 2020 Election Communicated About Health Care
Political News
BPC Examines What 2020 Election Communicated About Health Care
2020-11-19 15:05:32
by Kate Michael

WASHINGTON — Political players have long had different ideas about national health care, but coronavirus not only shifted policymakers’ priorities, it has also thrown the future of health care reform into question.  The Bipartisan Policy Center convened leading pollsters and... Read More

‘It’s Going to Be Like War.’ Voters Eye 2020 Election Outcome With Fear and Loathing
2020 Elections
‘It’s Going to Be Like War.’ Voters Eye 2020 Election Outcome With Fear and Loathing

When Jim Jackson looks ahead to November, he cringes at what he sees: a defeated President Donald Trump refusing to leave the White House and his supporters waging war to keep him there. “The militias and the white supremacists …... Read More

Battleground States Voters Age 50 and Over Still Closely Divided on Election
Opinion Polls
Battleground States Voters Age 50 and Over Still Closely Divided on Election
2020-09-10 21:19:52
by Reece Nations

Two sets of public opinion surveys commissioned by AARP across 11 key battleground states found a majority of likely voters aged 50 and older plan to cast their ballots either absentee or during the early voting period this election cycle.... Read More

Voters Trust Biden More on Health Care, Future of ACA, Poll Finds
Opinion Polls
Voters Trust Biden More on Health Care, Future of ACA, Poll Finds
2020-09-03 20:32:36
by Dan McCue

Voters who plan to participate in the 2020 election say they trust Democrat Joe Biden more than incumbent Republican President Donald Trump to protect their health care options and to deal with the persistent coronavirus pandemic. The new survey, released... Read More

Extreme Voting Lines Expose Where Georgia Primary Failed
2020 Elections
Extreme Voting Lines Expose Where Georgia Primary Failed

ATLANTA — The last polling place in Georgia closed well after midnight. Voters had waited over five hours at Christian City, an assisted living community south of Atlanta. The line twisted far down the street, the most egregious example of... Read More

Changing Electorate Could Affect New Hampshire's Primary
2020 Elections
Changing Electorate Could Affect New Hampshire's Primary

New Hampshire has been holding the first-in-the-nation presidential primary for 100 years, but a significant number of Tuesday's ballots could be cast by newcomers to that storied tradition. New Hampshire has one of the nation's lowest percentages of native-born residents, with only... Read More

New Study Finds 8-in-10 Californians Are Registered to Vote
State News
New Study Finds 8-in-10 Californians Are Registered to Vote
2019-08-29 21:20:04
by Dan McCue

Voter registration is up in California, with 8-in-10 eligible adults registered. However, likely voters in the state still tend to be older, well-educated and disproportionately white, according to a study by the Public Policy Institute of California. The Institute, a... Read More

Trump’s New Hard-Line Immigration Rule at Odds With Independent Voters’ Views
Immigration
Trump’s New Hard-Line Immigration Rule at Odds With Independent Voters’ Views

WASHINGTON — The White House on Monday again answered a chorus of criticism by pivoting to a hard-line immigration policy, even though it could drive away independent voters in key battleground states. With the commander in chief on his third... Read More

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