The right will have to decide whether It believes in liberal democracy
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The answer to the question will shape the next three to seven years of Joe Biden's presidency
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Sunday subscribers thread for May 2, 2021This Friday marked Biden’s first 100 days in office. It is an arbitrary milestone, but one the press has apparently adopted in order to engage i…
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Polarization has introduced hard upper and lower bounds to a president's performance, making longer historical comparisons irrelevant without proper co…
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I asked you all for advice on book titles last month. See this post for some of the things we came up with. Today, just shy of two months behind schedu…
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Facing historical levels of bias in America’s electoral institutions, liberals (lowercase “l”) should see polls as a partial remedy for entrenched poli…
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Biden’s approvals are high and steady, despite “trouble” at the border, a push for DC statehood, and media outcry over potential SCOTUS expansion
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Is the looking glass merely cracked, or completely shattered?
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Polls are often wrong, and sometimes meaningfully biased — but nothing else can do what they do.
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Happy Sunday! This week’s headline polls: The best use of polling this week is in gauging the public’s reaction to the CDC’s decision to pause one-dose…
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And they want corporations to pay for it
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A popular theory is that partisan non-response is going to disappear since Trump is not on the ballot. This misses the point.
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