Post Profile






A Running Tally of Newspaper Endorsements in the Presidential Election

Newspaper endorsements don't often change many voters' minds—unless they break with traditional party loyalties and make an unexpected pick. In this race, plenty of papers have done just that, and not in the Republican Party's favor. With a month to go until Election Day, no major editorial board has endorsed Trump in the general election. Faced with the prospect of a Trump presidency, some papers that have endorsed Republicans for decades are painting Hillary Clinton as a qualified and steady leader.
read more

share

Related Posts


Marco Cáceres: Voter Uncertainty Favors Traditional Political Parties in Honduras

News / International Affairs : Huffington Post: World Blog

Costa Rica's Tico Times newspaper published an article on June 19 by Adam Williams citing a May 2-8 CID-Gallup poll on the presidential race in...

The (Not So) Negative 2012 Presidential Campaign

News : Mediaite

Unless you've been living under a rock, you've heard plenty about this year's nasty presidential election. According to a NBC/WSJ poll released on Tuesday, the negativity has weighed on the favorability ratings of President Barack O...

US Republicans Favor Rubio, Walker Ahead of First Presidential Debate

News / Independent News : RIA Novosti

US Senator Marco Rubio and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker have the highest favorability ratings among Republican voters ahead of the first presidential debate of the 2016 elections cycle, a Gallup poll revealed on Thursday.

Nicaragua's Ortega picks wife as running mate, pledges joint rule

News : Reuters: World News

MANAGUA (Reuters) - Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega picked his wife on Tuesday to run as his vice presidential candidate ahead of November elections, in a vote in which the leftist politician and his party are heavily favored to ...

Obama: Republicans will change views on climate climate because of young voters

News : The Raw Story

US President Barack Obama has predicted Republicans will eventually ditch their skepticism about climate change in order to keep favor with voters. “I guarantee you that the Republican Party will have to change its approach to clima...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC