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  • Racial Divide On Social Media's Political Impact, Minorities More Optimistic
    Minority groups are more positive in their outlook on how social media impacts the political landscape. While all groups believe that social media makes campaigns more negative, whites thought so ...
  • The Rise Of Populism In The GOP
    In Tuesday’s Fox/Wall Street Journal debate, the candidates appealed to populist sentiment by attacking the Federal Reserve, railing on banks, corporations and international trade deals. The field has slowly moved ...
  • No More Political Ads At The Movies
    National CineMedia, which sells ads that appear on more than 20,000 movie screens around the country, together with the advertising representative for AMC, Regal and Cinemark, have decided to eliminate ...
  • Ted Cruz: The Republican Social Media Czar
    There were around 1.2 million tweets about Tuesday's Fox/Wall Street Journal debate within the United States, part of the the paradigmatic shift toward online political marketing and away from traditional ...
  • Martin O'Malley Receives Backing From Former Obama Team Members
    Former Obama finance committee members from his first presidential campaign have circulated a letter calling for increased support for Martin O’Malley. The five former committee members wrote that O’Malley “can ...
  • Who Should Hillary Clinton Fear Most In A General Election?
    In spite of strong poll numbers, most pundits agree that the political novices, Donald Trump, Ben Carson and Carly Fiorina, would get destroyed by Clinton in the general election. It ...
  • How Did The Fourth GOP Debate Pan Out?
    The main questions focused on fiscal, immigration, foreign policy and defense issues and were not as scathing as some asked in the CNBC debate. Trump and Carson seemed to fall ...
  • What To Look For In Tonight's Republican Debate
    Tonight’s debate will be integral to how the winter primary season shapes up. Jeb Bush will be on the ropes and needs to buttress his campaign reset with a strong ...
  • iVote Looks To Counter Republican Attempts To Tighten Voting Laws
    In an attempt to counter Republican moves to tighten voting laws, aides to former President Clinton and President Obama are pledging to spend $10 million to support automatic voting registration. ...
  • Marco Rubio: The New Republican Front-Runner
    Behind the two jockeying poll leaders are two half-Cuban senators who now threaten to emerge as the strongest Republican primary candidates. Sens. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz entered the Senate ...
  • Democratic Contenders Take Aim At Clinton In Maddow Forum
    MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow moderated a one-on-one discussion with each of the three Democratic candidates left in the race last Friday. In a slight shift in tone, Hillary Clinton began taking ...
  • The Sanders Brand Could Be Here to Stay
    Resonating with millennials and having strong social media and organizing bases, Bernie Sanders’ brand should not be underestimated. Low name-recognition may be partly to blame for his poor showings in ...
  • Will Trump's 'SNL' Appearance Do Anything For His Campaign?
    The odds for a candidate vying for the nation's top job after hosting SNL are not great. Former candidates for president have hosted the show before their respective elections and ...
  • Huckabee, Christie Axed From Main Debate Stage
    The Chris Christie and Mike Huckabee campaigns have been relegated to the second-tier Republican debate in next week’s Fox/WSJ event. Neither candidate was able to break 2.5% in the polls, ...
  • Jeb Bush Jabs At Marco Rubio Over Senate Record
    In a Wall Street Journal interview, Jeb Bush continued attacking Marco Rubio, stating that he is fair game. Despite a long relationship as colleagues in Florida, the former governor and ...
  • Even If Polls Are Wrong, They Define Campaign Cycles
    It has been a disappointing year for pollsters around the globe. Nate Silver, who successfully anticipated the results of the 2008, 2010 and 2012 elections, got the British elections wrong ...
  • Campaigns Will Start Trying To Read Your Mind
    Without being aware of it, some billboards and advertisements track the facial reactions of passers-by allowing advertisers to tweak the wording or image of ads to receive the desired emotion. ...
  • Sanders Forceful About Differences With Clinton In 'WSJ' interview
    In a Wednesday interview with The Wall Street Journal, Sen. Bernie Sanders amplified his criticisms of Hillary Clinton. Noting her past policy reversals and changing his tone on her email ...
  • The Presidential Book Club
    Both Donald Trump and Jeb Bush began promoting their recently released books this week. In a tradition that dates back at least to John F. Kennedy's Pulitzer Prize winning "Profiles ...
  • Trump Campaign To Buy TV Ad Time
    Having fallen behind Ben Carson in recent polls, Donald Trump is preceding his appearance on SNL with new ad spots. ...
  • Sanders No Longer Top Of New Hampshire Poll
    Hillary Clinton has replaced Bernie Sanders at the top of the most recent Monmouth University New Hampshire poll released yesterday. ...
  • #CruzCrowd Is Reshaping Campaign Fundraising
    Ted Cruz may not have the bulk of the millennial demographic in his corner but his social media strategy is on point. ...
  • Can Jeb Fix It?
    From his brother's former speechwriter David Frum making the association with cartoon character Bob the Builder's theme song to John Podhoretz writing on Twitter that the new tagline "may be ...
  • Presidential Race: Show Me The Money
    Despite the fact that Sen. Bernie Sanders is tapping into the popular anti-establishment wing of the Democratic Party, the primary field looks relatively predictable. The Republican one, not so m ...
  • Bernie Sanders Campaign To Air First TV Ad In New Hampshire, Iowa
    The Bernie Sanders campaign airs its first TV ad in Iowa and New Hampshire today. The ad buy is over $2 million and the campaign expects to take it to ...
  • Republican Campaigns Demand More Control Over Debates
    Following a difficult night for CNBC anchors who faced Republican candidates’ wrath during and after the most recent debate, 13 leading presidential campaigns have drafted a letter with demands for ...
  • 'FiveThirtyEight,' NPR Announce Partnership
    Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight will partner with NPR’s "On the Media" through the 2016 election. The central question they will be addressing: “How does the media narrative stack up against what ...
  • Sens. Cruz, Rubio Look To Differentiate Themselves In Crowded GOP Field
    Both Cuban-American and both 44, Sens. Rubio and Cruz have emerged as strong candidates in the Republican primary race. They both rode the Tea Party wave into the Senate: Rubio ...
  • FiveThirtyEight and On the Media Announce Partnership
    Nate Silver's FiveThirtyEight will partner with NPR's On the Media through the 2016 election. The central question they will address is, "how does the media narrative stack up against what ...