Elections Analyst Sean Trende joins Federalist Radio to discuss the upcoming 2018 midterms and to debunk some of the biggest myths in political punditry.
Amy Walter joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the potential impact of both Trump and voter demographics on the 2018 midterm elections.
The press release for a new poll makes the welcome claim that ‘Vast, Silent Majority of Millennials Overwhelmingly Support Religious and Social Freedoms.’ Alas, the results are more complicated.
A majority of Americans think bathroom access should be granted according to biological sex, according to a new poll by Crux/Marist College.
More Americans have a positive opinion of Donald Trump than they do of Republicans or Democrats in Congress, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.
Emily Ekins, director of polling at the Cato Institute, joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss why the 2016 polls were wrong.
On Federalist Radio today, Mollie and David discuss Tuesday’s outcomes, the media’s response, the deceiving election day polls, and the future Trump administration.
Tampering with electoral processes has always been a mainstay of mobster-style government elites whenever they fear the natives are getting restless.
Can past presidential elections tell Americans anything about the future of our two-party system?
Mary Katharine Ham get into the gears of polling today on the Federalist Radio Hour and discusses new polling on what millennials think about our political parties.
When polls show a majority of folks favor a policy or candidate, it marginalizes those who disagree with the poll, peer-pressuring them into conformity.
Conventional wisdom had Matt Bevin losing his governor’s race to Jack Conway. Instead, he won in a landslide. It’s time to admit polling’s limitations.
The polling thresholds to be on the Republican primary debate stage are so low that candidates with 0% support can participate due to simple sampling error.
California’s high court seems set to allow a popular vote on the meaningless Citizens United ballot initiative in the November 2016 election.
Donald Trump, Ben Carson, and Bernie Sanders have risen because voters are angry with the political establishment, and have been for decades.
Ben discuss the upcoming GOP debate with Jay Cost and Tarini Parti.
Contrary to Republican voters’ perceptions, Marco Rubio’s and Rand Paul’s stances on non-traditional issues may capture independent-leaning Democrats.
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