Though worry and concern about the coronavirus seems to be abating slightly and becoming more polarized in recent weeks, American voters are souring on President Trump’s handling of the crisis and coalescing around the idea that we will not be getting back to normal life any time soon.
As we all continue to adjust to a new normal, we’re seeing changes in nearly every aspect of our day-to-day lives - how we work, how our kids experience school, and more.
We've been focused on gaining a better understanding of how the coronavirus outbreak will impact this year's elections …
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted every facet of American life. As we’ve all seen in recent weeks, the crisis is also having a profound effect on how elections are administered, and campaigns are run.
While it will be some time until we have a full picture of how the …
Most American voters are concerned that the ongoing coronavirus outbreak will prevent U.S. citizens from participating in the 2020 elections.
As we make the quick pivot from this past weekend’s South Carolina primary to the first (and biggest) multi-state contest in the Democratic nominating process, there are already tea leaves to be read regarding Democratic intensity and enthusiasm.
14 states hold primaries tomorrow, along with caucuses in American Samoa …
Thanks for taking the time to check out our first TargetSmart Insights election data newsletter. As the election year unfolds, the punditry is only going to increase – and TargetSmart’s goal is to guide the noise with interesting data and nuanced analysis.
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