And the partisan divide is enormous.
It's not because voters or candidates aren't interested.
Compromise is good in the abstract. But in reality? Maybe not so much.
Strong partisanship means that few minds have changed.
Watch Michigan and North Carolina in particular.
With the midterm election only weeks away, the shape of U.S. House districts is again front-and-center in political conversation.
Narratives about “angry” voters and an inept Clinton campaign don’t hold up.
Key fundamentals still favor the Democrats.
A new book uncovers big racial disparities in policing.