From coronavirus, to party affiliation and fundraising, all the signs point to a Democratic landslide this November. Chris Cillizza explains why Republicans should be worried.
SOURCES AND FURTHER READING:
The signs of a Democratic landslide are everywhere
Trump faces rising disapproval and widespread distrust on coronavirus, Post-ABC poll finds
U.S. Party Preferences Have Swung Sharply Toward Democrats
Republicans Alarmed by Democratic Senate Hopefuls’ Fundraising Haul
Center for Responsive Politics
House Rating Changes: 20 Races Move Towards Democrats
Democrats Poised to Control the Senate
The Electoral College: The Fringe of the Map Expands
I was named “best dressed” in 7th grade. That, along with being CNN’s editor at large and author of the daily “Point” newsletter are my proudest achievements. Look for me here every Tuesday and Thursday to find out what’s really going down in politics.
Writer: Chris Cillizza
The Point team: Leigh Munsil and Allison Gordon
Editor: Steven Sevilla
Producer: Arielle Sacks
Follow Chris on
Subscribe to The Point newsletter: https://www.cnn.com/specials/politics/the-point-with-chris-cillizza?source=Point_Youtube.
#CNN #Cillizza #Democrats
In This Story: Donald Trump
Donald John Trump is the 45th and current president of the United States. Before entering politics, he was a businessman and television personality. Trump was born and raised in Queens, a borough of New York City, and received a bachelor’s degree in economics from the Wharton School.