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If Democrats prevail during the midterms, TV advertising might have something...

John M. Sides, Vanderbilt University The neck-and-neck race for control of the U.S. Senate is particularly unwelcome news for...

Why inflation will likely stay sky-high regardless of which party wins...

William Chittenden, Texas State University Soaring inflation is the top issue for a lot of voters heading into the...

American voters are angry – that is a good thing for...

Steven Webster, Indiana University Regardless of whether they live in a red state or a blue state, identify as...

Name-calling in politics grabs headlines, but voters don’t like it –...

Beth L. Fossen, Indiana University Spending on political advertising is setting records in the midterm elections. But evidence shows...

Trump-endorsed candidates would generally win even without his support – and...

Ian Anson, University of Maryland, Baltimore County Over the past few months, many journalists and pundits have credited the...

Appealing to Trump (and his base) might have worked in Pennsylvania...

Daniel J. Mallinson, Penn State The Pennsylvania primaries of May 17, 2022, proved a good night for Donald Trump,...

Florida Republicans’ row with Mickey Mouse highlights widening gap between historical...

M. K. Chin, Indiana University There’s a growing rift between corporate America and the GOP – two groups that...

The gas tax’s tortured history shows how hard it is to...

Theodore J. Kury, University of Florida As the Biden administration and Republicans negotiate a possible infrastructure spending package, how...

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Dilan Thampapillai, UNSW and Sarah Steele, University of Cambridge The saga over subscription-based social media platform OnlyFans, which announced...