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Jan 01 2022
Predicting future events is hard, but it’s among the most important tasks a journalist can perform. Especially if you work at a section called Future Perfect.
Our mission is to explain the world around us to our readers, and it’s impossible to do that without anticipating what comes next. Will inflation continue to rise in the US and Europe, or level off? Will the Supreme Court allowVox
May 02 2022
The first multistate contest of the 2022 midterm election season unfolds on Tuesday, as Ohio voters pick nominees for governor and the U.S. Senate while Indiana voters consider whether their Legislature should become even more conservative.
The races, particularly in Ohio, could provide a fresh window into former President Donald Trump’s sway among the party faithful. He has beenAssociated Press Fact Check
Jul 05 2022
The recent overturning of landmark abortion case Roe v. Wade may have inspired dozens of protests, angry op-eds, and heated cable news debates — but a new poll released Tuesday suggests that one of the Democrats’ pet issues won’t even move the needle for voters come November.
According to the most recent Monmouth University poll, only 5% of those interviewed said that abortion was anThe Daily Wire
Apr 19 2022
Hi there. I'm Steve Shepard, and with the help of my smart colleagues at POLITICO, I predict elections.
Much is riding on the 2022 midterm elections: the fate of President Joe Biden’s agenda, leadership in state capitals across the country and a potential 2024 comeback by former President Donald Trump. Democrats’ extremely narrow majorities in Congress are highly vulnerable, and thePolitico
Jan 08 2022
For Dreamers, 2021 was the year that promised some permanent relief from their fragile immigration status—but failed to deliver. President Biden can ensure 2022 is different.
Candidate Joe Biden promised in his final debate with Donald Trump in October 2020 that if he was elected president, Dreamers, those brought to the U.S. without permission by their parents when they were children,The Bulwark
Nov 16 2021
Tight congressional races across the nation are quickly turning into battlegrounds over a key economic question: whether President Joe Biden’s spending agenda is the chief culprit for inflation concerns gripping the country.
Republicans are latching onto heightened anxiety tied to the nation’s sharpest inflation spike in three decades. Democrats, meanwhile, are scrambling to preempt thePolitico
May 25 2022
“Republican Gov. Brian Kemp and Democratic challenger Stacey Abrams will face each other once again in a rematch of the 2018 race that is likely to be one of the nation’s most expensive and closely watched. Kemp easily turned back a GOP primary challenge Tuesday from former U.S. Sen. David Perdue, who was backed by former President Donald Trump.” (AP News)
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Apr 22 2022
While the 2022 General Election is still more than six months away, Republican incumbents remain heavy favorites in a leading prediction market.
Both Gov. Ron DeSantis and U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio have commanding leads over Democratic counterparts on the PredictIt platform. These advantages have expanded over time and show no immediate indication of reversal.
The Senate market doesFlorida Politics
Apr 25 2022
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has raised the alarm about her party’s prospects in the 2022 midterm elections, saying that without more legislative victories, Democrats will lose badly in November.
Warren made the comments during an appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union.”
Asked whether Democrats in the 117th Congress should boast about their record on the campaign trail,The Epoch Times
Mar 10 2022
According to a new poll, Republicans running for governor and U.S. Senate in Florida are dramatically leading their potential Democratic opponents in the upcoming midterm elections.
Specifically, Governor Ron DeSantis leads both notable Democrats that are running to challenge him for his position.
Based on the survey, conducted by the University of North Florida, the incumbentThe Florida Capital Star