Tag Archives: Jeb Bush

It’s been the summer of Jeb and Donald, Hillary and Bernie

When, a few years ago, Barbara Bush said, “We’ve had enough Bushes in the White House,” perhaps she was expressing a mother’s worry that what’s happening to Jeb Bush right now would happen. After being proclaimed the frontrunner for the Republican nomination and raising a stunning amount of money — $114 million in the first […]

Which presidential candidate is seen most unfavorably? Not Hillary Clinton

Amidst all the different questions asked about presidential candidates, this last summer the media seemed drawn to the one that asks if a candidate is seen favorably or unfavorably. And there’s been a huge amount of press about Hillary Clinton’s favorables falling, even as she leads in nearly all nomination and general election polls. So […]

Best pollster in Iowa has good news for Trump and Sanders

The Iowa caucuses are four months away and they’re notoriously difficult to poll. And, of course, like in every case, each poll is just a snapshot. Polls can’t predict what will happen, and just show a picture, however blurry, of current conditions. Moreover, no single poll should be taken as the gospel truth. Multiple polls […]

Three stark, politically critical dynastic differences between Jeb and Hillary

The 2016 Clinton and Bush presidential candidates have families in the business, but that background helps one and hurts the other. Some complain a possible Hillary Clinton-Jeb Bush match-up would repeat two families too much, even calling this a clash of dynasties. Others see this background positively, in that the 2016 would have a greater […]