A state-by-state break down of presidential and federal primary dates as well as filing deadlines.
AR/Intel Insider Exclusive: Presidential candidate fundraising numbers for the third quarter of 2019.
AR/Intel Insider Exclusive: Senate candidate and incumbent fundraising numbers for the third quarter of 2019.
2020 Democrats are proposing a fracking ban on the campaign trail. How would it impact Americans and the U.S. economy?
Who’s up for election in 2019 and 2020.
As we’ve noted in Polling Trends previously, President Trump enjoys strong approval for his handling of the economy, and that is reflected again this week in the Economist/YouGov poll below. But this week’s Morning Consult/Politico poll showed that Republicans are favored over Democrats on the economy as well.
The second quarter of 2019 is in the books and U.S. Senate candidates have filed their fundraising reports with the FEC. AR/Intel pulled together all the top-line numbers for every candidate and incumbent running in 2020.
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Americans rank economic issues as their most important issue, believe Republicans are best suited to handle the economy, and oppose impeachment.
Polling firms are constantly surveying public opinion about candidates, issues, and the news of the day. Most of the media’s attention focuses on the horse race – who’s ahead, who’s behind. This recurring feature on AR/Intel is designed to dive into the numbers and analyze important trends that may not grab headlines but are just as important to understanding our political world.