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Opined at Cut the 2020 talk. Now. (Kentwired.com, 3/21/2017)
Articles referred to by DiPaolo in his op-ed:
- Commentary: Is Al Franken the candidate Democrats need in 2020? by Chris Cillizza, Washington Post pundit, not a Dem political operative. (Chicago Tribune, 2/6/2017)
- Top 15 Democratic presidential candidates in 2020, by Niall Stanage, associate editor of The Hill, not a Dem political operative. (The Hill, 12/26/2016)
On the heels of McCain's 2008 loss to Obama.
Source: Rasmussen Reports
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On the heels of Romney's 2012 loss to Obama.
Source: Quinnipiac University
Brian has a point. These very early polls are wholly worthless. (Sarah Palin at 64%??!!)
But he misses the key point that they are poll-and-pundit-not-party-driven exercises.