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  1. I wonder how much tonight's Nevada debate will actually affect the Nevada caucuses -- seems like a majority of the votes have already been cast: Jon Ralston @RalstonReports NEWS: Stunning last day of turnout for Nevada caucus: Not all ballots counted but the number Tuesday was about the same as the first three days COMBINED. Upwards of 33,000. So about 70,000 total. Perspective: 84K turned out on Caucus Day in ‘16, with no early voting. Damn. 8:33 AM · Feb 19, 2020
  2. CA poll from the Public Policy Institute of California: Sanders 32% Biden 14% Warren 13% Buttigieg 12% Bloomberg 12% Klobuchar 5% Almost 400,000 early ballots have already been returned there. ETA another California poll, this from SurveyUSA: Sanders 25% Bloomberg 21% Biden 15% Buttigieg 12% Warren 9% Klobuchar 6%
  3. I’m very interested in how the Bloomberg campaign thinks about disqualifying behavior.
  4. Iowa update: post-recanvass, Pete’s SDE lead has fallen to 0.08 delegates. Buttigieg 563.207 Sanders 563.127
  5. NBC/WSJ national poll: Sanders 27% (unchanged since Jan) Biden 15% (-11) Bloomberg 14% (+5) Warren 14% (-1) Buttigieg 13% (+6) Klobuchar 7% (+2)
  6. FWIW most other national polls show Bernie at 20-25% so this is a bit of an outlier for now--if he starts routinely cracking 30% that's certainly a problem for the field. I think we're getting an NBC/WSJ national poll this afternoon so we'll see how that one compares.
  7. Age breakdowns from that Marist poll: UNDER 45: Sanders 54% Warren 16% Bloomberg 8% Biden 6% Klobuchar 5% Buttigieg 5% 45 AND OLDER: Bloomberg 27% Biden 22% Sanders 13% Klobuchar 11% Buttigieg 10% Warren 7%
  8. Bloomberg has qualified for tomorrow’s debate. Latest national poll from NPR/Marist: Sanders 31% Bloomberg 19% Biden 15% Warren 12% Klobuchar 9% Buttigieg 8%
  9. NPR/Marist will be releasing a national poll tomorrow morning which could qualify Bloomberg. I’d be surprised if he doesn’t hit 10%.
  10. Data for Progress has released their Nevada poll. They’ve done a good job with IA and NH this cycle, but NV is notoriously difficult to poll so we’ll see how this one turns out: Sanders 35% Warren 16% Buttigieg 15% Biden 14% Steyer 10% Klobuchar 9%
  11. So...We have a new Nevada poll. Sample size is tiny (215) and the pollster doesn't even have a grade on 538, but since reputable pollsters seem totally uninterested in Nevada, this is all we have: Steyer 19% Klobuchar 16% Biden 14% Sanders 13% Buttigieg 13% Warren 7% The age breakdown is wild - 76.5% of respondents were over the age of 50. I can't see if the results were re-weighted by age because the pollster's website has crashed. This primary is amazing.
  12. This seems like someone who hasn’t talked to many conservatives or liberals lately. Anyone who has Trump-supporting acquaintances can tell you that they can be perfectly nice people and are not 100% cartoonish racists or anything. If this was truly a revelation for her, I’m glad she got out of her bubble and into the real world. But, her take that Democrats are oblivious about Trump’s 2020 chances is also pretty silly. Dems are terrified of Trump getting re-elected and many are filled with nothing but pessimism about the upcoming election. Hell, a former Republican billionaire is skyrocketing in the polls because some Dems think that no other candidate could possibly beat Trump. Whether it was intentional or not, the article included all the right ingredients to go viral in pro-Trump circles.
  13. Hi @pinkham13, big fan of your work. I do have a question for you: how do climate scientists benefit from a hysteria-fueled descent into global communism? Have they been promised leadership roles in the new world order? TIA
  14. “Prominent person forgets to switch accounts before posting” is one of my all-time favorite social media gaffes. Please send your thoughts and prayers in these trying times.
  15. Voter crosstabs! Which is a bigger factor in deciding who you vote for in this primary? BIDEN SUPPORTERS The candidate shares my views on important issues - 0% The candidate would perform well against Donald Trump in November - 100% BLOOMBERG SUPPORTERS The candidate shares my views on important issues - 17% The candidate would perform well against Donald Trump in November - 83% BUTTIGIEG SUPPORTERS The candidate shares my views on important issues - 70% The candidate would perform well against Donald Trump in November - 30% KLOBUCHAR SUPPORTERS The candidate shares my views on important issues - 65% The candidate would perform well against Donald Trump in November - 35% SANDERS SUPPORTERS The candidate shares my views on important issues - 95% The candidate would perform well against Donald Trump in November - 5% WARREN SUPPORTERS The candidate shares my views on important issues - 100% The candidate would perform well against Donald Trump in November - 0% If any of the six aforementioned candidates won the Democratic nomination, would you vote for that candidate in the general election? BIDEN SUPPORTERS Yes - 67% No - 33% BLOOMBERG SUPPORTERS Yes - 17% No - 83% BUTTIGIEG SUPPORTERS Yes - 82% No - 18% KLOBUCHAR SUPPORTERS Yes - 65% No - 35% SANDERS SUPPORTERS Yes - 64% No - 36% WARREN SUPPORTERS Yes - 100% No - 0%