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FiveThirtyEight

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Joined on 21 January, 2014

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What should we expect of Biden’s approval rating in the first few months?

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Replying to @smotus: Did Covid cost Trump re-election? Probably, but only barely. My piece on why the biggest event in decades only had modest polit…

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Replying to @ThisWeekABC: What should we expect of Pres. Biden’s approval rating in the first few months?

@FiveThirtyEight breaks it down: https://…

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Women’s hockey is seeing a sponsorship boom.

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The best NBA players:

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Biden’s initial batch of executive actions is popular.

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How much did COVID-19 affect the 2020 election?

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Is the presidential honeymoon over?

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In 2020, some places snapped back to the left, others shifted further to the right.

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The Toronto Raptors’ start to the 2020-21 NBA season has been bizarre.

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What effect did COVID-19, arguably the biggest event of the year — of the century, even — have on the election outcome?

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The factions (and members) of Congress to watch:

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What should we expect of Pres. Biden’s approval rating in the first few months?

@FiveThirtyEight breaks it down:

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Liverpool Football Club leads the Premier League in goals this season,1 but it has not scored a league goal in about a month.

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There’s little question that the 2020 presidential election further cemented America’s urban-rural political divide.

However, as in any election, there were exceptions.

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These executive orders were the low-hanging fruit left to Biden by Trump — a bunch of policies Trump put in place that were unpopular and Biden could reverse quickly.

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Liverpool has had a tough go of it in their five most recent matches.

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Generally speaking, the denser a place is, the more Democratic it tends to vote. But that doesn’t mean that all urban counties have moved consistently left, or that all rural counties have swung right.

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Most of Biden’s executive actions so far are popular.

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How urban, suburban and rural counties in the Frost Belt and Sun Belt complicate America's geographical divides:

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Did Covid cost Trump re-election? Probably, but only barely. My piece on why the biggest event in decades only had modest political impact, at @FiveThirtyEight.

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