The US president’s ratings may be poor, but historical data and and analysis suggests, he could still win the election.
Targeted campaign advertising in Australia is very different from the United States. Here’s why.
Power companies can be publicly or privately owned and may report to corporate boards, local governments or co-op members. But there’s no one best way to deliver electricity reliably and affordably.
The new constitutional amendment to protect the right to abortion in Ohio − as well as other wins for Democrats − shows the importance of ballot initiatives and focusing on abortion in elections.
ChatGPT and its ilk give propagandists and intelligence agents a powerful new tool for interfering in politics. The clock is ticking on learning to spot this disinformation before the 2024 election.
Aristotle believed that the biggest and most widespread source of political tension is the struggle between the haves and the have-nots. More than 2,000 years later, he’s got a point.
This method of predicting results has been shown to be accurate over 100 years of US presidential elections.
New findings by political scientists at Northwestern University and Harvard Kennedy School provide a clearer picture of which demographic groups support Trump.
American history can partly explain why some Americans have come to believe only Donald Trump has their interests at heart, and will vote for him — and fight for him — despite his indictments.
Donald Trump’s legal woes will nourish and strengthen his rhetorical style, and his followers will continue to be persuaded by how he makes them feel, not by reason, facts or critical thought.
AI can manipulate a real event or invent one from thin air to create a ‘situation deepfake.’ These deepfakes threaten to influence upcoming elections, but you can still protect your vote.
The faith’s association with conservative politics has stayed strong for decades, but could become a liability, a political scientist argues.
It’s official: State courts can review lawmakers’ election-district boundary decisions to ensure they comply with state law.
It is the first time an incumbent or former US president has been charged with a criminal offence.
Election tactics and narratives suggest more threats to US democratic institutions in the next president election.
Joe Biden’s appeal to suburban and older voters will make him difficult to beat, some experts argue.
When candidates can get elected to Congress based on a mountain of lies they’ve told, is it time to reconsider whether such lies are protected by the First Amendment?
Weaknesses in the law governing how elections are run and votes counted in Congress led to the Jan. 6 insurrection. An election law scholar analyzes legislation just passed to fix those problems.
Compared with past midterms, voter turnout among young people jumped in 2022 – but it was still below 30%.
What happened to the predicted red wave in the US midterms?