Well now that a full slate of new National polling data has been released, let's take a look at how the field has changed:
Hat Tip, to Not Henry Kissinger
As we all know, polls take sampling averages from historic trends.
For instance, old white people vote. Young brown people generally don't vote. That's just the way it is.
But what if that trend suddenly changes?
I haven't seen anyone mention it, but Warren has been dropping in the polls for all of October.
Will Tulsi qualify for the next debate? That depends on how it's measured.
Since then, Gabbard has shot past the 130,000 donor threshold, and as of Aug. 11, she was sitting at 159,514 individual donors. That took care of one-half of the qualification criteria for the next two debates.
Where Gabbard is seeing some struggles is in the polling numbers. Well, sort of.
Both Republicans and Democrats are in agreement. The Land Of The Free(tm) thinks that Assange should be extradited to the U.S., given a trial that will confirm his obvious guilt, and then thrown into a very deep, dark hole.
The Democratic Party favorability hit a new all-time low. Gee, maybe they aren't talking about Russia enough?
It's no surprise that Republicans hate Democrats, but it's a problem that only 23% of Independents like Democrats. The only good news in this poll is that people hate Republicans even more.