Informed Weekend: 10 Links I Learned From This Week (Vol. 14)

Here are the ten(ish) links I learned from this week:

  1. Battered by drop in oil prices and Jindal’s fiscal policies: Louisiana falls into budget crisis (The Washington Post)
  2. Pushback: The 2016 presidential election is putting the most influential political-science book in recent memory to a stiff test (The Economist)
  3. Sanders keeps raising millions – and spending them, a potential problem for Clinton (The Washington Post)
  4. Bernie Sanders wins Michigan after trailing by more than 20 points in the polls (Vox)
    1. Further Reading: Why the polls totally underestimated Bernie Sanders in Michigan (Vox)
  5. Why Florida and Ohio are the only states left that really matter in the GOP race, in three charts (The Washington Post)
  6. More on Trump
    1. Donald Trump’s poll numbers show a big divide between Christians and churchgoing Christians (Vox)
    2. Trump’s voters aren’t authoritarians, new research says. So what are they? (The Washington Post)
  7. Is Digital Privacy Becoming a Partisan Issue? (The Atlantic)
  8. Ben Carson to Endorse Donald Trump (The New York Times)

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"Bernie Sanders 104 03/04/2016" by Todd Church (CC BY 2.0)

“Bernie Sanders 104 03/04/2016” by Todd Church (CC BY 2.0)

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