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April 10, 2019

Trump promised a new trade policy....

By Stanley Greenberg. This article appeared on the Washington Post website on April 10, 2019. Donald Trump disrupted the 2016 election and won many...
January 24, 2019

First national poll shows...

Unsurprisingly, our first survey of 2019, conducted during the government shutdown, shows those saying the country is on the wrong track up sharply...
November 18, 2018

Trump Is Beginning to Lose His...

By Stanley Greenberg This op-ed first appeared in the New York Times Sunday Review on November 18, 2018.    America’s polarized citizenry...
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... Electorate (African Americans, Latinos, white unmarried women and white millennials), white working-class women, and white college women. Here are some of the key findings. READ THE KEY FINDINGS & ...
2. First poll of 2020 cycle - wow!
(Articles/National Surveys)
... on the degree of engagement, the consolidation of Democrats, the landslide 2020 margins among the base, and the white working class, split on gender lines.  READ THE MEMO VIEW THE PRESENTATION ...
The Democrats had a very big election on Tuesday, with a 7-point national congressional margin that allowed them to pick up 35 House seats, to elect a record-breaking 100 women to the House, and to ...
4. Trump & GOP Strategy Make Blue Wave More Likely
(Articles/Battleground Surveys)
... web-panel of 1,813 target voters – the Rising American Electorate of minorities, millennials, and unmarried women, plus white working class women – in 12 states with competitive races for governor, Senate, ...
5. Macomb & America's New Political Moment
(Articles/Macomb County)
On the one-year anniversary of the Trump presidency, Democracy Corps traveled to Michigan to speak with the white working class Obama-Trump voters of Macomb County, the African American women of Detroit ...
6. Tools for a Wave in 2018
(Articles/National Surveys)
... of l,000 national registered voter phone surveys with accompanying 4,000 registered voter web-surveys among a panel of minorities, millennials, unmarried women and white non-college educated women (the ...
... and what lines of attack have the greatest potential impact? For that, we tested the reactions of a 4,000 registered voter sample of African Americans, Hispanics, unmarried women, millennials and white ...
This article originally appeared in The American Prospect on June 1st as part of the series on the White Working Class and Democrats.   The road to a sustainable Democratic majority—nationally, ...
... (WVWVAF), Democracy Corps went to the battleground states of Virginia and Ohio to speak to African American, white millennial and younger unmarried women and white older unmarried and working class women ...
10. Moving to scale to win on health care
(Articles/Battleground Surveys)
... HANDOUT. [1] These focus groups were conducted March 23, 27 and 28 in Akron, OH, Cleveland, OH and Richmond, VA among white non-college women, white unmarried women under 45 and older ...
... first made a name for himself studying white working class voters. His seminal 1985 report on so-called Reagan Democrats examined why auto workers were abandoning the Democratic Party in Macomb County, ...
12. Macomb County in the Age of Trump
(Articles/Macomb County)
... white working class problem, as so many have suggested. They have a working class problem that includes working people in their own base. We can learn an immense amount from listening and talking to the ...
... WVWVAF by Democracy Corps among white working class men and women, white unmarried women, millennials, and minorities.[1] Trump’s performance got high marks from white working class voters and the ...
14. Parties of the Left, Wake Up!
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...  As a result of that choice, she lost the struggling white working class, particularly the women who broke for Trump at the end. She also lost ground with the progressive base voters, who disappointed ...
15. Was Barack Obama Bad for Democrats?
(Articles/In the News)
... Mitt Romney carried white millennials by 7percentage points in 2012. Mr. Obama did win re-election that year, though only after embracing Teddy Roosevelt’s populist spirit and criticizing the “breathtaking ...
... American electorate (RAE) — the rapidly growing group of unmarried women, millennials and non-white voters — “will be the game changers in the upcoming elections.” As we saw on Election Day, these groups ...
... ride the support of the Tea Party and white people without a four-year college degree all the way to the nomination. But the cry for change coming from the new liberal American majority was just as ...
... how white working class women stuck with Clinton until she abandoned that message, and how much the new Rising American Electorate – from millennials to unmarried women to minority voters – required an ...
19. Why Trump Won: Part 1
(Articles/National Surveys)
... to enough white working class voters, particularly women, to win the Rust Belt. Second, it should not be ignored that some of the reason for Trump’s upset is malicious interference by the Russian ...
... to +55 oppose) and independents (+24 oppose to +35 oppose), white working class men (+40 oppose to +52 oppose), white working class women (+31 oppose to +42 oppose) and college educated women (+4 support ...
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