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  • Md. poll shows Baltimore’s scandal-weary voters ready for change

    A new survey of likely voters in Baltimore’s next mayoral primary shows that 63% were ready to see former Mayor Catherine Pugh leave office and that when it comes time to find a replacement in the upcoming election, the contest is “wide open.”

  • A new brain study shows a better way to engage voters on climate change

    The phrase “climate crisis” engages voters emotionally better than either “climate change” or “global warming.” That’s the new finding from the brain science startup SPARK Neuro, which used an electroencephalogram (EEG) and other bio-measurements to examine how 120 Democrats, Republicans, and independents responded to different terms for the growing threat we face from rising levels [

  • Surprise! New Poll Shows Americans Lead The Developed World In Climate Change Denial

    America: Land of the free, home of the brave, and kingdom of deniers. It shouldn’t come as a surprise, but a new poll has found that climate denial is thriving in the United States. In fact, the only countries that deny climate change harder than America are Indonesia and Saudi Arabia. More
  • Almost half of voters say Donald Trump’s Twitter habits could prevent his reelection; Poll

    Nearly half of voters responding to a Morning Consult/Politico poll released Wednesday say President Trump's Twitter account will hurt his efforts to win reelection. When asked whether "President Trump's use of Twitter helps or hurts" his chances of being re-elected, 46% of respondents said it hurts his opportunity

    The Washington Times