From the beginning of his campaign, Donald Trump has used his experience as a businessman as the central argument for why he's qualified to be president, and Americans by and large buy it.
Despite his...Read More →
At this point in the campaign, perceptions of the degree to which the two parties are divided or unified are something of a paradox.
Partisans on both sides are mostly unified around the two likely nominees,...Read More →
Now that Hillary Clinton has attained the status of presumptive nominee, speculation about her choice for a vice-presidential running mate should begin in earnest.
One name that has garnered much attention – and is likely already on...Read More →
It’s been a tough week for Hillary Clinton.
Donald Trump has won the 1,237 delegates needed to clinch the Republican nomination while Clinton and Bernie Sanders battle over California and the other remaining states in...Read More →