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Charlie Cook @CharlieCookDC Washington, D.C.

Non-partisan political analyst. Editor & Publisher @CookPolitical, political analyst: National Journal & NBC News. Co-author, 2020 Almanac of American Politics.

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Great interview of Savid Wasserman by Greg Sargent https://t.co/ZkVENjs1tz
11/28
2020
2/2 Undecided is not wrong, it is just undecided. The polls tend to be more on mark that most people looking at the… https://t.co/QQNljVshNO1/2 Mellman makes precisely argument I have.. Many polls nailed Biden/Democratic number, but not Trump/Republican n… https://t.co/S8OdkJE5jz
11/17
2020
First take, from Thursday’s column: https://t.co/bzXuKzalAQ
11/11
2020
@JeffreyCook Thank you Jeffrey, very nice of you to say. I could not be more proud of all three of you, very diffe… https://t.co/97nzYifPsk
11/8
2020
From earlier this week, https://t.co/wxM8UfYuRy . This race has not closed at all.
11/3
2020
https://t.co/sqxvfdRudd for those who obsess over contested elections.
10/31
2020
@Saffyre_Blue @gtconway3d Yes it wasNational Journal has unlocked my column early, here it is, might need to fill out a form to access. Unlocked link: https://t.co/hVIxNV7YIp
10/30
2020
For those obsessed about the election and “calls” on Election Night,” this is a good piece to read: https://t.co/HwYN35uCo4
10/27
2020
Good news for the President? He did not hurt himself, unlike first debate. The bad news? He was ten points behind a… https://t.co/nvEgWJpnqBThe timely release of Jack Hamilton’s new book today speaks to the pressing issues of presidential propaganda and i… https://t.co/5ksCPDwRZV
10/23
2020
Wave elections in presidential years are very rare, only 1964 and 1980 in my lifetime, was interesting that 49-stat… https://t.co/TBuL5yXj7gThose around in 1980 might recall that Birch Bath, the first Democratic Senate incumbent to lose, was about 6:30 p… https://t.co/X32F1H2nMwThe real drama and uncertainty in this election is in the fight over the Senate. It is increasingly probably that… https://t.co/F0CLkl33hr
10/21
2020
The former top aide to Lauren Boebert, a Republican candidate for Congress on a rise within Trump's political spher… https://t.co/3NS0c2Olrv
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10/16
2020
My National Journal column from Thursday on the disaster for the GOP is now in front of the our paywall. I will no… https://t.co/YcVJmZz4ky
10/12
2020
My National Journal column from Monday night, now in front of the https://t.co/ImCiSmi2sa paywall. Is a Reagan-Ca… https://t.co/NGB2b3Ei1o
10/9
2020
I had fun on Friday taping Major Garrett’s podcast. Before going to CBS News, Major and I worked together at Natio… https://t.co/0969v0ayKsWhere things stand. (Last night’s National Journal column is in front of paywall but you might have to plug in name… https://t.co/o7GFY1t3wa
10/6
2020
A weekly and very smart election update from former Clinton WH political director Doug Sosnik -> https://t.co/uCaNnCB2Va
9/28
2020
Tune in tonight (Sunday night) # 8:00 pm ET for a panel I am participating in w/ the University of Sydney’s United… https://t.co/XVoU0FS31F @USSC @WhiteHouse @congressdotgov @SimonJackman @bwolpe @CookPolitical I am joining a US elections panel with Unit… https://t.co/KBZmAvmNUOWhat is the state of the race to the @WhiteHouse? Who is winning the battle for @Congressdotgov? Join @USSC's… https://t.co/Vn6nwSM1xe
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9/27
2020
Cook Political Report’s Dave Wasserman, aka @Redistrict et al have developed a fun digital gizmo that shows how cha… https://t.co/3z4r5lv06R
9/24
2020
Now David Wasserman’s take on how the upcoming SCOTUS fight could affect the election in the Cook Political Report https://t.co/Vbeg2eD1LAThe editors of the Cook Political Report are weighing in one by one on electoral implications of Justice Ruth Bader… https://t.co/dAeDSVv4iC
9/20
2020
I have read and highly recommend this book. Follow this on Twitter, you will learn a lot about presidential propaga… https://t.co/BlOaWypqw9 @Age_of_Lies I have read this book, it’s great, you will learn a lot about the evils of presidential propaganda ..A… https://t.co/xdZOVKM3DoFriday I had fun joining Al Hunt and James Carville on their weekly podcast https://t.co/umB5t3JlRI. Never a dull moment with that pair.
8/31
2020
Life is too short to look at bad polls. Withhold judgement on what is or is not happening post-convention until se… https://t.co/M76it3XLfx
8/30
2020
At 4:00 pm ET today catch a great Atlantic Council elections panel moderated by NBC News’ national political report… https://t.co/t4AVVUkmxG
8/27
2020
Very cool graphic from Google News Lab on interest levels for various potential Biden running mates: https://t.co/mjF7VRzqN0
8/4
2020
For the serious political junkies, Cook Political Report Senate Editor Jessica Taylor’s 4,832 word Senate overview… https://t.co/HSV1aFRf9U
7/23
2020
The other one for those that didn’t receive it. 2/2 https://t.co/NpuxfES6mqLet me put both graphs up again, some are not seeing. 1/2 https://t.co/qdvBLHvR2EHere is the second one: 2/2. https://t.co/Tlh1nVZqx7Check out the Cook Political Report’s 2 new visualizations of the Electoral College contest. 1/2 @CookPolitical Check out the Cook Political Report’s two new visualizations of the Electoral College contest. 1/2 https://t.co/FZx6IX63f3
7/15
2020
Around midnight last night I posted Bruce Mehlman’s latest presentation, a truly insightful tour d’force on politic… https://t.co/wpOGSOE5saIf you want to challenge your brain, maybe even hurt a bit, spend a half hour with Bruce Mehlman’s latest. One of… https://t.co/tPgpV8rZXxyeah, right. Save this. https://t.co/rQSOJcfak4
7/14
2020
Proud of something in my hometown, featured on CBS Sunday Morning today, Community Renewal International. Doing gr… https://t.co/HscIofFAnP
7/13
2020
2/2 Amy Walter’s Cook Political Report write-up on new Electoral College ratings. https://t.co/LFs1n3br8H1/2 The Cook Political Report has updated Electoral College ratings out this morning, 279 EV leaning, likely or sol… https://t.co/ZGjLRDg0X7
7/8
2020
@PSchauerMD As a former patient of Dr. Schauer, undergoing gastric bypass, with my insurance company picking paying… https://t.co/k31eP179wa
6/30
2020
At 12:30 ET doing a panel on 2020 elections for Cornell’s Institute of Politics and Global Affairs with former Rep.… https://t.co/v7J5yXbGLi
6/16
2020
Here’s my column for National Journal early this past week now available on https://t.co/cJQiw6Iwq5 https://t.co/JcfEe0tuEC
6/13
2020
@sbg1 Trump’s lowest Gallup ever was 35% in late 2017. My guess is that is pretty much his floor, that hyper -parti… https://t.co/I2hhZg7u1JDropped 7 points among Republicans, 7 points with independents & 9 points with Democrats, he had been unusually hig… https://t.co/c6LyNgILgDAnyone ever see a ten-point drop in Gallup presidential approval in less than a month, from 49% to 39%… https://t.co/41kKDBXpbENot sure that I have ever seen a ten-point drop in Gallup presidential approval rating from 1 poll to the next, fro… https://t.co/Bf1jcCd5Dn
6/10
2020
Civil unrest after tragic killing of George Floyd, legitimate & well-intended protest by many, reprehensible mayhem… https://t.co/wpD6ltoOOz
6/5
2020
@ratemyskyperoom The painting was done by a South Carolina artist named Bernie Horton. Bought it 8 years ago for m… https://t.co/KgtInG7l24Wow! Listening to rubber bullets hitting all around, a wonder you weren’t hit. I hope you were wearing your credent… https://t.co/I945ywlOiH @JeffreyCook Amazing video, hearing the rubber bullets pinging against the lamppost. A wonder you didn’t get hit.
5/31
2020
Lou Jacobson wrote an interesting piece for us on things that could go wrong in the November election. https://t.co/ZvDHUjg4eB
5/27
2020
#StuPolitics is not wrong, https://t.co/CYDCMDhxzXMy Friday National Journal column now available on Cook Political Report site. In 2018, Senate race battlefield pri… https://t.co/zBfNkdvO3M
5/26
2020
Overall presidential race numbers have hardly moved, but underneath we are seeing a lot of change that worries many… https://t.co/FGhA0HPTrI
5/19
2020
Dem odds of a trifecta (winning WH, Senate & House) now better than one-in-https://t.co/6GQmpufj0S.Where will the Republican Party go after President Trump leaves office, whether 2021 or 2025? https://t.co/XxKdP0RT2f🚨NEW RECORD🚨 More women have filed to run for U.S. House seats in 2020 than in any year in history. The 490 women… https://t.co/SIxoBqd4mR
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5/13
2020
@CDEL3133 @jaketapper Really? Not the financial crisis or the Great Recession? Not Obama? A 7 point win? @mjmuch @jaketapper Read the column. That is governing @Vinuzzu @jaketapper Governing @ProfdelaPaz @jaketapper Read the column. That is a governing argument, which was part of my case. Just not electorally. @Normie_Democrat Read the column. Didn’t affect 1980 election.Oh, Ford was not put on a ticket for an election. He was appointed after the 1972 re-elect. Point still stands2/2 Column said WAS important for governing (becoming veep) or future (become subsequent party leader or nominee0,… https://t.co/v8Ny38IWkD1/2 Almost every response seem to think they are disagreeing, but don’t seem to get it. Affecting THAT election, t… https://t.co/2rZmYJUsef @eedlun @jaketapper So McCain lost because. of Palin? Not the financial crisis or recession. Not because of Obama? Please! @afechter That’s my point, did not affect the election.Biden’s veep choice is NOT important electorally, but in terms of governing and the direction of the Democratic Par… https://t.co/xHdLGCzijb
5/9
2020
English football fans, you will love this, from my brother-in-law Paul Gerald. It’s fun to watch and I don’t even… https://t.co/viPAW3sQat
5/6
2020
And my column from the pervious Tuesday. https://t.co/3R9ZefPC5vBiden May Be One and Done Regardless of Whether He Makes a Pledge | The Cook Political Report. My column from last… https://t.co/NNwjQOVMje
5/2
2020
https://t.co/H9t4Nys2VwThis is what I have been hearing from pollsters for several weeks, for once, people are home, are bored and want to… https://t.co/n9vbbJEwHl
4/18
2020
Really insightful analysis from Bruce Mehlman, one of the smartest people in DC. https://t.co/zUew9S0Goj
4/11
2020
@SamWangPhD Thank you! Showing my ignorance of this subject, this is obviously not my field. Why would it not be b… https://t.co/lbXqyfa8zq @SamWangPhD Sorry for typos, happy hour started early in the Cook household today. @SamWangPhD Sam (or others): I appreciate your point that the metric towatch is number of days for deaths to double… https://t.co/R4wet6ktHxAnd this was my Monday night column, now in front of the https://t.co/d2I20ZmNXi pay wall. https://t.co/RyPn7iGDqSLast night’s column. Really is in front of NJ paywall. https://t.co/yhFesQkRPo
4/3
2020
In perfect world, ppl would read WSJ, WaPo & NYT everyday, watch PBSNewshour every night & read Economist every wee… https://t.co/n7I56aVDxiA week ago today (before taking sheltering to a higher level) I went over to Leading Authorities’ studio and taped… https://t.co/sRDKID4LYbOkay, now THIS is the link to last night’s National Journal column in front of paywall—> https://t.co/uAT7g2JUbxOnce again: DO NOT TRACK THE NUMBER OF CASES. THIS IS SUPPOSED TO INCREASE AS TESTING COMES ONLINE. Instead, track… https://t.co/3zIDFyYu4X
Retweeted by Charlie CookChecking on paywall.No paywall, so here is my column just out: https://t.co/aLVRqy1YKu
3/24
2020
We're have no way of measuring the number of cases. This is a chart showing the number of **detected** cases. Is a… https://t.co/8SIGofDrLy
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3/21
2020
Terrific analysis of latest NBC/WSJ poll findings by Peter Hart. I discuss in new column, will be out from behind N… https://t.co/WbHfi6kjAH
3/20
2020
Role of economy in Nov election? Panel this week @ annual National Association of Business Economics. Economist & f… https://t.co/Zwsx5JR5qc
2/29
2020
@JimWilke @DRUDGE Some people will believe anything. @Jonathanoreilly @DRUDGE Some people will believe anything.This in response to the Drudge Report piece that Bloomberg was considering Hillary Clinton for running mate. Someb… https://t.co/YnRPwIBI2O
2/15
2020
For those looking for the latest NH polls, here are the questionnaires with top-line data for the 4 most recent. Th… https://t.co/JcPrNsSRct
2/8
2020
2/2 this is 2nd part. https://t.co/zkN5UU1HLE1/2 Last month while in Hong Kong I gave a lecture to the Asia Society & recorded a 2-part podcast, 1st one on car… https://t.co/rUxB0r3dho
2/7
2020

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