Harry Enten | April 9, 2019
Listening to Joe Biden, you might come away with the sense that he is out of touch with the Democratic Party's electorate, which many believe is younger, further left and better educated than it used to be. Indeed, the party's voters may be all of these things.
But, as HuffPost's Kevin Robillard wrote, the former vice president seems to be making a bet that there are still plenty of older, more moderate and less educated Democrats who can help him win the nomination.
That might not be a bad bet.
Recent data — and interviews with a dozen teens on the front lines of politics — show a decided leftward lean.
Emily Badger & Claire Cain Miller | April 1, 2019
THE BIG IDEA: There’s a trivial debate about whether this week’s results constitute a “blue wave.”
James Hohmann with Joanie Greve | November 9, 2018