Voters Don’t Want to See Anyone Win

The day after Election Day 2012, the worst fear for many Republicans was that the GOP’s problems—in terms of the overall party brand and its image among minorities, young people, women, and moderates—would not improve. The biggest concern for many Democrats was that their success had peaked with President Obama’s reelection and that it would all be downhill after that, most likely as a result of second-term fatigue. …

Well, a year later, where are we? CONT.

Charlie Cook