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Real Clear Politics Polls Show Steady Support for Republicans

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Analysis of recent polls and expert discussions on political trends.

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RealClearPolitics (RCP) co-founder Tom Bevan and Washington bureau chief Carl Cannon discuss disappointing numbers for independent presidential candidate Robert in the latest polls. The former president is facing a long list of trials, but support for the Republican has barely wavered. This indicates a strong base for the party as they head into the upcoming elections.

On the RealClearPolitics radio show, host Andrew Walworth interviews GWU political science professor Lara M. Brown, the author of 'Amateur Hour: Presidential Politics in the Age of Obama.' They delve into the shifting dynamics of political support and the impact of recent events on public opinion.

RealClearMarkets editor John Tamny talks about why debt is not a crisis in the U.S. with RCP co-founder Tom Bevan on a recent episode. The discussion provides insights into economic factors that may influence voter sentiment in the upcoming elections.

Good morning, it's Tuesday, April 16. A trial that could put Donald Trump behind bars continues today. It is one of four criminal cases that have captured the attention of the nation. These events are likely to have an impact on public perception and political dynamics.

Thursday on the RealClearPolitics radio show, Tom Bevan discusses the latest trends in polling data. The insights provided by experts help to shed light on the current state of American politics and the potential implications for future elections.

In the mid-'90s, President Bill Clinton hired famed pollster Dick Morris to triangulate Clinton's path to victory in 1996. This historical example highlights the importance of strategic polling in shaping political strategies and outcomes.

Ten days after the 2020 election, Tom Bevan received an email from a New York Times reporter. The exchange revealed the behind-the-scenes discussions and analysis that take place in the realm of political polling and reporting.

John Feehery, a Republican strategist and columnist, speaks with RCP's Andrew Walworth on the new RealClearPolitics show. Their discussion provides insights into the strategies and tactics employed by political parties to navigate the complex landscape of public opinion and support.

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