Elections in the United States have always been unique in many aspects from elections in the rest of the world’s democracies. Among the reasons for their uniqueness are the country’s political structure and last but not leastits political culture. In this article, I will discuss how to enter politics in the United States and what is different and similar in this process compared to elsewhere where there are elections. Continue reading
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If you want to get to know how polling institutes compose their surveys, I recommend that you read Jeffrey Stonecash‘s book. He made it easy to read without too much of unnecessary and and repeating information other than discussing the time remaining until the election that a candidate can beat their opponent if they lag a certain percentage behind. As a result of this, you have a book that is merely 177 pages long (a sample survey and the author’s short biography included), a compartively high percentage of which are filled with boxes of sample questions in a survey.