A Trump attack on an Amazon ‘scam’ is dividing wealthy Democrats and Republicans: CNBC survey reveals

2019-10-09T23:26:59+00:00

CNBC Matt Lavietes June 28, 2018 President Donald Trump has made Amazon and its founder and CEO, Jeff Bezos, a repeated target of attacks. It seems to be working, and not just with his base of working-class voters...

A Trump attack on an Amazon ‘scam’ is dividing wealthy Democrats and Republicans: CNBC survey reveals2019-10-09T23:26:59+00:00

New York Today: Why We Don’t Vote

2019-09-14T22:21:00+00:00

The New York Times Jonathan Wolfe June 25, 2018 Many New Yorkers may think of themselves as politically woke and especially attuned to national and global events. But an interest in politics doesn’t always translate to voting: New York’s voter turnout record is embarrassingly low...

New York Today: Why We Don’t Vote2019-09-14T22:21:00+00:00

This is what Twitter can teach us about John Kasich’s (and everyone else’s!) debate performance

2019-10-10T04:24:07+00:00

The Washington Post Andy Guess, Jonathan Nagler, and Joshua A Tucker November 12, 2015 Did John Kasich’s “grown up” strategy work in Wednesday’s debate? And could moderate Republicans be warming to Rand Paul? To answer these and other question, the New York University Social Media and Political Participation (SMaPP) lab analyzed 426,717 tweets from...

This is what Twitter can teach us about John Kasich’s (and everyone else’s!) debate performance2019-10-10T04:24:07+00:00

Social Media Deepens Partisan Divides. But Not Always.

2019-10-10T04:31:41+00:00

The New York Times Claire Cain Miller November 20, 2014 If there seems to be an unbridgeable gulf between conservatives and liberals in the United States, social networking sites might be partly to blame, according to a new study...

Social Media Deepens Partisan Divides. But Not Always.2019-10-10T04:31:41+00:00