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2016 Election Will Not Be About the Candidates

The focus is on the candidates, but there are larger forces at work in the 2016 presidential race.

Top Dogs and Underdogs

There's no true GOP front-runner—but that doesn't mean the primary playing field is level.

The 2016 Republican Primary Will Be Impossible to Predict

Recent polling data makes clear just how many different candidates could plausibly win the Republican nomination.

Why Are So Many Republicans Running For President?

Seemingly every other viable Republican politician in the United States is lining up to make a run.

How the Public Views Obamacare Now

As the Supreme Court prepares to weigh in on Obamacare, what do Americans think of it?

The GOP's Voter-ID Problem

As the 2016 cycle begins, a new study documents Americans' Democratic leanings.

Republican Bracketology

Which GOP candidates will survive the first few rounds and advance to the Final Four?

The Trouble With Being Jeb Bush

A new poll adds to the evidence that Bush will have to combat a negative impression, one he's unlikely to have earned himself. 

The Early Betting Lines for 2016

What the nation's top horse race looks like now.

Stress Tests for Republicans

Can Scott Walker and GOP congressional leaders step up their game?

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