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What should we expect of Biden’s approval rating in the first few months?
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Women’s hockey is seeing a sponsorship boom.
The best NBA players:
Biden’s initial batch of executive actions is popular.
How much did COVID-19 affect the 2020 election?
Is the presidential honeymoon over?
In 2020, some places snapped back to the left, others shifted further to the right.
The Toronto Raptors’ start to the 2020-21 NBA season has been bizarre.
What effect did COVID-19, arguably the biggest event of the year — of the century, even — have on the election outcome?
The factions (and members) of Congress to watch:
What should we expect of Pres. Biden’s approval rating in the first few months?
@FiveThirtyEight breaks it down:
Liverpool Football Club leads the Premier League in goals this season,1 but it has not scored a league goal in about a month.
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.
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.
Liverpool has had a tough go of it in their five most recent matches.
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.
Most of Biden’s executive actions so far are popular.
How urban, suburban and rural counties in the Frost Belt and Sun Belt complicate America's geographical divides:
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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