2020: Democrats have lost a double-digit edge in voter interest over the GOP, according to a new poll from NBC/WSJ. High interest in the 2020 elections (measured as the amount of people who answered nine or ten on a ten-point scale) now stands at 75% for Republicans and 73% for Dems.
2020: The latest HarrisX-poll shows former veep Joe Biden with a 46-14 lead on Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-proletariat). No one else cracked double digits. Sadly (for Uncle Joe), there is no national primary, but these numbers must still come as good news to a candidate betting on inevitability as one of his selling points.
2020: There is clear movement in the betting markets, closely following the movement (or lack thereof) in the polls. OddsShark, a betting resource, is moving Biden up along with Sanders, while Sen. Kamala Harris and former Rep. Beto O’Rourke are going down in flames; the latter is now given the same odds of winning the presidency as Andrew Yang. A reelection of the Trumpster is still seen as the most likely outcome, giving you only a 15% return, down from a 75% return last month. The improvement is seen as a direct result of the Mueller report.
2020: Senator Spartacus (D), in a desperate attempt to achieve any press coverage at all, suggests the US create a national registry of guns. To a great many Americans, that’s just one step down from a national registry of an ethnic group, and these kinds of proposals show that Booker can not be trusted as anything remotely like the centrist he governed Newark as.
2020: She’s running! The Clintons on Sunday spoke in Las Vegas and Hillary served up some harsh words for The Trumpster, saying “This president obstructed justice. He tried to interfere with that investigation.” She was also critical of AG William Barr, claiming he was now acting as Trump’s attorney rather than the country’s.
2020: He’s running! Former Sen. Bob Corker (R) of Tennessee has been critical of many aspects of the current presidency, but stated Monday that he didn’t really see a path for a primary challenge….