Six candidates made it past the first four political contests for the Democratic Nomination. While election prognosticators had it relatively as the had to evaluate pols for only one state at a time, Super Tuesday present a much greater challenge. With eleven States and one U.S. Territory elections on a single day, polling analysis becomes a bit more complicated.
While Bernie Sanders was closing in on Joe Biden in the South Carolina Primary, Joe Biden is expected to pull out a win when all the votes are counted on February 29, 2020.
It wasn’t because a great debate performance during the 10th Democratic Debate in Charleston, South Carolina on Tuesday and it wasn’t because of a major South Carolina state newspaper endorsement., it all came down to the single most important endorsement by an individual. That individual is House Majority Whip Congressman Jim Clyburn. Frankly, South Carolina Democrat politics is the among the few states that have people of color making up the majority of voters. These voters look to Clyburn for guidance and (more often then not) follow his lead by pulling the lever for the candidate he endorses.
The CBS 10th Democratic Debate for the nomination for president comes to Charleston, South Carolina which is usually the home of Sweet Tea and curtsy’s but tonight the candidates have tipped that it might just turn into a cage fight as candidates are fighting for their political careers.
South Carolina Pre-debate Democratic Presidential Nomination Polling Latest 2020 Polling has the South Carolina Democratic Primary winners as follows Joe Biden +5.1 Sanders Steyer Buttigieg Warren Klobuchar Gabbard Related South Carolina Democratic Primary Polling stories: Real Clear Politics FiveThirtyEight – South Carolina Democratic Primary 2020 South Carolina Primary – Election Central We will post a full post-debate analysis and our Politisite Political Projections after the Charleston debate.
Politisite Political Projections for the 2020 Nevada Caucuses for the Democratic Presidential Nomination.
Anyone who has followed PolitiSite Political Projections over the past three election cycles has become familiar with our Polling Prognostication model. In a nutshell, Politisite Political Projections consists of determining a candidates momentum going into election or caucus day using polling analysis similar to how one may project relative price strength compared to a specific sector of stocks.
Most voters continue to strongly favor repeal of the national health care law and they’re evenly divided as to whether the new law will force them to change insurance coverage. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 57% of Likely Voters at least somewhat favor repeal of the health care law while 38% are at least somewhat opposed. Those figures include 45% who Strongly Favor repeal and 31% […]
Gallup Daily tracking finds no change in President Obama’s job approval rating after his State of the Union address. The president’s 50% average for the week ending Sunday, Jan. 30, matches the prior week’s rating, which was the highest weekly average for Obama since May. Those who watched or saw coverage of the president’s State of the Union address on Jan. 25 generally gave it positive reviews. The speech does […]
PRINCETON, NJ — Americans’ opinions of the Republican Party have improved to the point where now more have a favorable than unfavorable opinion of the party. The last time more Americans viewed the GOP more positively than negatively was in 2005. These results are based on a USA Today/Gallup poll conducted Jan. 14-16. For the early part of the 2000s, Americans had a net-positive image of the Republican Party. That […]
Zogby 12/30-1/3/10; 2,073 likely voters, 2.2% margin of error 746 likely Republican primary voters, 3.7% margin of error Mode: Internet Zogby release National 2012 President: Republican Primary 27% Christie 17% Romney 16% Palin 14% Huckabee 5% Daniels 2% Pawlenty 2% Thune 2012 President: General Election 43% Christie, 40% Obama 41% Romney, 41% Obama 42% Obama, 39% Huckabee 41% Obama, 38% Pawlenty 40% Obama, 36% Daniels 45% Obama, 38% Palin 42% […]
It is not a new story that Fox News dominates the other Cable News stations. What is news is that the top three are not what most folks rattle off when you ask who has the most watched programs at that outlet. TV by the Numbers follows TV ratings like a Laser beam, crunching the numbers every day of the week. We all know that Bill O’Reilly’s numbers are high, […]