Trump supporters are claiming he won last night’s debate because of how he did in a series of fake online polls.
Hillary Clinton is ahead by a wide margin, but historically that can change between now and election day.
Hillary beat Sanders among African-Americans, 71% to 28%.
Ted Cruz and Donald Trump are both far less popular than Hillary Clinton.
The corners they don’t cut give them an edge over their competitors.
56% of Americans disapprove of Obamacare. But 70% of those who ACTUALLY USE Obamacare like it.
All signs are pointing to a Republican takeover of the US Senate, giving the GOP control of the entire Congress.
It’s still a year before the 2014 elections, but the GOP is in terrible shape, thanks in part to the shutdown.
Chuck Todd had some choice words for Sarah Palin’s and Ted Cruz’s support for the government shutdown.
GOP Rep. Greg Walden to donors angry about the shutdown: “Listen, we have to do this because of the Tea Party.”
By 50 to 28, Wyoming voters would prefer that Liz “Anti-Leah” Cheney run for the US Senate from Virginia.
So long as “the” GOP think tank, Heritage, accepts anti-gay bigots, the GOP’s election problem isn’t going away.
But if Nate’s predictions are accurate, then he’s telling us the truth. Isn’t that a good thing?