Tag Archives: political polling

More Tuesday Takeaways

In the process of staying up until 3am Wednesday morning watching election returns I had a plethora of thoughts. In yesterday’s article I never got to polling and turnout. Today I’d like to say a bit about both.

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4 To Election Day

Like most American political junkies, I’m currently obsessed with the upcoming mid-term elections. One of the things I find the most frustrating is that despite following them pretty closely I can’t call many of the Senate and Governor races. There are four major factors at play that make the results less than clear and I’d like to explore them with you today.

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Georgia, Georgia, Georgia

Today is the last day of voting in the Georgia Senate runoff elections which among other things proves that Jim Crow hasn’t completely died in the American South. There is much more at stake here and along with two aspects I haven’t heard discussed I’ll try to cover it in the following paragraphs.  Let’s explore.   Continue reading Georgia, Georgia, Georgia

Trump Need A Great Night And A Lot Of Help

 

As I write this article it is Saturday afternoon October 24, 2020. My predictions are based on the best data I have available coupled with my knowledge of political history, gut and fears. My short answer to the question: Who is going to win the 2020 race for the presidency is? I don’t know. It gets a whole lot more complicated and interesting. Let’s explore. Continue reading Trump Need A Great Night And A Lot Of Help

Two Missions Accomplished And A Question Mark

Thursday night President Donald Trump, former Vice President Joe Biden and NBC’s Kristen Welker took to the stage at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee for the third scheduled debate of the 2020 presidential contest. Let’s review and explore. Continue reading Two Missions Accomplished And A Question Mark