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Peter Bell

Graphics Director

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Peter Bell is graphics director for National Journal. Prior to this assignment, Bell served four years as information graphics reporter and editor for CongressDaily. Before that, he profiled Washington's politics and policy community as a National Journal people columnist and researcher with the Almanac of American Politics.

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Kicking the Can

It's continuing-resolution season again.

Poll: Would GOP Control of the Senate Bring a 'Grand Bargain'?

"That ship has sailed," says one Republican Insider.

Poll: Which Campaign Trend Are You Paying Closest Attention To?

Insiders are split between unlimited spending and hyper-targeted use of data.

Tomorrow's Voters

There are dozens of congressional districts where a majority of adults are white, but a majority of children aren't.

Poll: Is Your Party's Position Entering Midterms Better, Worse, or Same as When Going Into Primaries?

 

The Financial Habits of Millennials In Four Charts

What the way young people choose to spend their money means for the economy.

One Good Chart: Summer Abroad

Privately sponsored foreign trips taken by House members or their staff, 2008-13.

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Poll: Would GOP Control of the Senate Bring a 'Grand Bargain'?

"That ship has sailed," says one Republican Insider.

Poll: Which Campaign Trend Are You Paying Closest Attention To?

Insiders are split between unlimited spending and hyper-targeted use of data.

Poll: Is Your Party's Position Entering Midterms Better, Worse, or Same as When Going Into Primaries?

 

The Financial Habits of Millennials In Four Charts

What the way young people choose to spend their money means for the economy.

Poll: Does a Senator's Ability to Filibuster Help or Hurt Your Party?

Most Democratic Political Insiders say it hinders the party using it, while many GOP Insiders see the filibuster as a valuable minority tool.

Poll: Would a GOP Senate Majority Leader End Filibustering of Bills?

Political Insiders from both parties agree it's unlikely.

Poll: Does Passing a Border Spending Bill Help Your Party?

Political Insiders from both sides of the aisle say it does—but for different reasons.

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