Sep 29, 2015
The margin of error of plus/minus 6 percentage points means the results could be either that Clinton leads by 48 percent to 29 percent (plus 19 percentage points) or that Sanders leads 41 percent to 36 percent (plus 5 percentage points). Statistically, either result could be true. That is a fact.
Sep 24, 2015
I have written before about the media’s anti-Clinton and pro-Sanders bias in reporting poll results in the Democratic presidential nomination contest. If you need any further evidence, take a look at the disparate media treatment when, in the last several days.
Sep 17, 2015
What brings us all together is our love of a baseball team, our Washington Nationals. When we come to Nationals Park, we can check our differences at the stadium door.
Sep 2, 2015
Hillary Clinton and her campaign have said from the beginning: this is going to be a tough and competitive contest. The August Iowa Des Moines Register poll only confirms that.
Aug 25, 2015
Current polling data show that former Secretary of State Clinton has substantial favorable ratings among Democrats and leads every GOP presidential candidate. So why have the media ignored voter choices that are favorable to Clinton?
Jul 30, 2015
If Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush end up as the presidential nominees of both major parties in 2016, they will conduct a campaign debating the issues that will make most Americans proud, regardless of the outcome.
Jul 23, 2015
If there were any realistic alternative to having no nuclear deal with Iran, I would oppose the Obama administration’s deal.
Jul 16, 2015
The mainstream media just might be motivated, however unconsciously, to create a contest on the Democratic side, with more drama and a tighter race.