State of the Election Process

Headline Roundup March 31st, 2016

State of the Election Process

From the Center
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“It is unclear from the data if partisans are reacting to the developments in their own party's nomination race, the other party's nomination race or both. Republicans' increasingly dour sentiments may be related to Trump -- either the increasing inevitability that he will gain his party's nomination, or the way controversial aspects of his campaign have dominated the news. Trump is the least popular Republican nominee among members of his own party in recent elections going back to 1996, and he is much less well-liked than Hillary Clinton is among...

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From the Left
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OPINION

“‘Trump has been able to disrupt the news pretty much any time he wants,’ Silver wrote, ‘whether by being newsworthy, offensive, salacious or entertaining. The media has almost always played along.’

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From the Right
308

We are now at the point in this political season where everyone is hating on everyone else.

Think about it: What was the last time you saw a piece or watched a segment in which a candidate was portrayed positively?

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