Whit Ayres

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President of North Star Opinion Research, a Republican polling firm based Alexandria, Virginia; author of 2016 and Beyond: How Republicans Can Elect a President in the New America

Whit Ayres on KCRW

On the average, national polls show that Hillary Clinton will likely defeat Donald Trump in next month's election. Trump's response is familiar.

Confused by political polling? You're not alone.

On the average, national polls show that Hillary Clinton will likely defeat Donald Trump in next month's election. Trump's response is familiar.

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In their  first prime-time debate  last night, ten candidates for next year's Republican presidential nomination were pummeled with challenging questions.

Drama and Comedy in the Race for the White House

In their first prime-time debate last night, ten candidates for next year's Republican presidential nomination were pummeled with challenging questions.

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Barack Obama's second victory showed Republicans that the nation is changing, and that's led to an agonizing reappraisal.

The GOP and the Lessons of Last Year's Election

Barack Obama's second victory showed Republicans that the nation is changing, and that's led to an agonizing reappraisal.

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