Donald Trump won the presidency in large part by changing the mix of voters who make up the Republican Party. As he faces the threat of impeachment, the base Mr. Trump helped create is proving a key barrier to his removal.
Voter targeting has grown more invasive with location data that apps can transmit from cellphones. The data allows political groups to track down voters based on places they’ve been, including rallies, churches and gun clubs.
Aaron ZitnerThis is pretty wild: Political groups can figure out who’s been to a candidate rally or church etc. based on cellphone data—and they’re using that data to target voters
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A majority of Americans say President Trump’s actions regarding Ukraine are a serious matter and merit an impeachment inquiry by Congress, but a plurality says that, based on what they know now, the president shouldn’t be removed from office, a new...
With so many Americans already fixed in their views, is a campaign better off energizing the people who already agree with its candidate so they actually vote? Or are there enough “persuadable’’ voters that a campaign should woo?
Two groups of voters—white women with college degrees and white men without—have moved drastically in opposite directions, the WSJ/NBC poll shows, a record gap that’s driving the 2018 midterm election.
The Democratic Party’s political advantage has grown in the home stretch of the midterm campaign, powered by strong support among women and a majority looking for a change from President Trump’s course, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll has...
The White House has notified Federal Reserve governor Jerome Powell that President Donald Trump intends to nominate him as the next chairman of the central bank, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Aaron ZitnerNEW: Trump to tap Fed’s Jerome Powell for Fed chairman, replacing Janet Yellen, @WSJPolitics has confirmed.
The debate in Congress over revamping the tax code begins with large groups of Americans not knowing much about the Republican plan or skeptical about its merits, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News survey finds.