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Patrick J. Egan is an Associate Professor of Politics and Public Policy at NYU. He specializes in public opinion, political institutions and their relationship in American politics.
Since the 1970s, Republicans have “owned” issues such as the military and domestic security, while Democrats own the environment, education and social welfare.
I couldn’t find those “shy Trump supporters” who are afraid to say they’re for him.
Environmental policies are pretty well-entrenched. Good luck turning them around.
Political polarization makes Scott Pruitt’s road much easier.
Not statistically speaking, at least.
Biden could appeal to current Clinton supporters who like her views but feel uncomfortable with her weaknesses as a candidate.
The problem isn’t just with Asian Americans and Latinos. Most of the rest of Americans disagree, too.
With the election 16 months away, look how the current president is faring.
Even if gay rights disappears off the national agenda, gay people hold attitudes on a range of other issues giving them every reason to vote like liberal Democrats.