Why 2020 could be a historically bad election for Republicans

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.

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

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