We’ve spent a lot time talking about how divided the country is and today on the podcast we’ll dig into tribalism and how that is affecting this division. But even more important we’re going to look at better ways to determine what unites us and how we might find common ground moving forward. We’ll also…Details
Today on the podcast we’re going to look into the future and debate how historians will view the Trump presidency. We’ll provide our own takes on where Trump will rank as well as an analysis of how views of presidents have changed over time. We’ll also make our own predictions of who will be voted…Details
We hope everyone had a Happy Thanksgiving. On today’s episode we’re talking about The Great Reset and whether a worldwide Universal Basic Income could help to stem inequality and lift millions out of poverty. What might that look like? And how does that impact power and control around the world. We’ll also talk about the…Details
This week on the podcast it’s a lively discussion about national community. How do you heal a nation when there are two different worlds of information and narratives being presented to the American people that are at odds with each other? Do we still have a national community and is it essential? Or are we…Details
Whither or Wither? On today’s podcast let’s look at the future of American democracy – Biden is the President-Elect and most of the country, including Republicans are acknowledging it. The question now is how Biden will govern and whether or not there is a mandate. How can he navigate the opposition party as well as…Details
John Zogby This is the first of two parts. The next piece will examine what happened with the polls. Joe Biden has been declared the winner. The race for the White House was a close one but both the popular vote and the landslide in the Electoral College were in sync and the results are…Details
It’s the Friday after Election Day which is turning into Election Week and beyond and while we don’t know the official results of the race, it’s clear the country is still very divided, but that a Biden Presidency is looking more and more likely. We’re in the polling business, and today we’ll take a look…Details
Biden 49%, Trump 43%, Jorgensen 4%, Hawkins 2% Final John Zogby Strategies/EMI Research Solutions Poll
The nationwide poll of 1,008 likely voters was taken on Sunday, November 1, and has a margin of sampling error of +/- 3.2 percentage points.
Also, watch the presentation on our final election 2020 poll if you weren’t able to attend.
by Jack Brewster, Forbes
In a reversal, young white voters now support Trump but Biden still holds a significant lead overall, thanks to gains among young Black and Hispanic voters.
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