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David Nather


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Past articles by David:

Two Americas Index: Some Americans are open to election fraud theories in midterms

Nearly four out of 10 Republicans and one in four Democrats say they'll blame election fraud if their side loses. → Read More

Two Americas Index: Some Americans support unelected leaders, firing judges

The new poll suggests a large minority of Americans is willing to get rid of basic democratic norms. → Read More

Axios-Ipsos poll: Americans shrug off Omicron

They're not willing to do much to change their behavior, other than continuing to wear masks. → Read More

How Biden's massive infrastructure plans could change your life

Anything short of total failure could have a transformative impact on U.S. transportation, internet, college and social programs. → Read More

It's July 4 and America's back

Look how far we've come in the past year. → Read More

Exclusive: People who wore masks were less likely to get sick

Axios-Ipsos polling data shows people who never wore masks were twice as likely to test positive for COVID. → Read More

Historians say impact of expected Trump acquittal will be felt for years

"Impeachment is a political process, and we got a political result out of it." → Read More

Bill and Melinda Gates warn of "immunity inequality" in annual letter

Bill and Melinda Gates warned in their annual letter Wednesday that the lasting legacy of the coronavirus pandemic could be "immunity inequality" — a wide and deadly gap between wealthy people, with easy access to coronavirus vaccines, and everyone else. Why it matters: As long as there are large swaths of the world that can't get vaccinated, they warned, it will be impossible to get the… → Read More

Exclusive poll: Coronavirus sinks GOP governors in hard-hit states

The ratings of the Florida, Texas, Arizona and Georgia governors took a nosedive as cases skyrocketed. → Read More

We're living through the biggest crisis since 1968

This crisis has moments we’ve never seen before. → Read More

Exclusive poll: Public trusts health agencies more than Trump on coronavirus

An Axios-SurveyMonkey poll finds that health officials have a high degree of credibility in this crisis. → Read More

Bernie Sanders’ pipe dreams

His most ambitious ideas would have a hard time getting through even a Democratic Senate. → Read More

What's next if Donald Trump is impeached and re-elected

By using impeachment now, Democrats would have nowhere left to go if there's a → Read More

Trump's Senate red wall

He has a solid wall of defense even if the House impeaches him. → Read More

The takeaways from the second round of the 2020 Democratic debates

Democrats are not united on everything. → Read More

How to read the 2020 election polling smarter than we did in 2016

There's still plenty of room for another surprise. → Read More

Democrats' next oversight move: The power of the purse

The idea is to use the appropriations process as leverage. → Read More

Emails show ICE nominee Mark Morgan lashed out after losing Border Patrol job

He called his firing "heartless and void of any decency and compassion." → Read More

Senate Intelligence Committee subpoenas Donald Trump Jr. over Russia matters

It’s the first congressional subpoena — that we know about — of one of President Trump’s children. → Read More

The great political parachute

The also-rans almost always come out ahead or, at worst, end up in the same place. → Read More