Ladies and Gentlemen, the Next President of the United States … by Process of Elimination Part 2: Minority Voters Key to Winning in 2016

by johndavis, April 21, 2015

Ladies and Gentlemen, the Next President of the United States … by Process of Elimination  Part 2: Minority Voters Key to Winning in 2016 This is the second a series of reports on the race for U.S. President. The series will unfold by process of elimination, interlocked with trends analyses, and conclude with my forecast
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Thank You for Reading the John Davis Political Report; Lessons Learned in 2012: The Parable of the Lost Sheep

by johndavis, November 9, 2012

Thank You for Reading the John Davis Political Report; Lessons Learned in 2012: The Parable of the Lost Sheep “What man of you, having an hundred sheep, if he lose one of them, doth not leave the ninety and nine in the wilderness, and go after that which is lost, until he find it?” Jesus,
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North Carolina House: 77 Republicans; 43 Democrats. Winning formula: Maps + Money = Majority

by johndavis, November 7, 2012

North Carolina House: 77 Republicans; 43 Democrats.  Winning formula: Maps + Money = Majority Wednesday, November 7, 2012       Vol. V, No. 41           3:13 pm  NC House Races: Forecast vs Results In the new 120-member state House, Republicans will have 77 seats to 43 for Democrats.  The John Davis Political Report Forecast was 73 Republicans,
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North Carolina Senate: 33 Republicans; 17 Democrats. Winning formula: Maps + Money = Majority

by johndavis, November 7, 2012

North Carolina Senate: 33 Republicans; 17 Democrats.  Winning formula: Maps + Money = Majority   Congratulations to all of the winners!  And, to those of you who did not win, please know that everyone who has chosen politics as their life’s passion has been in your shoes.   Democrats.  Republicans. Libertarians. Unaffiliated Independents. Everyone. We know
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Early Voting Stats Show 5.3% Shift to GOP in North Carolina; National Trend Favors Romney

by johndavis, November 5, 2012

Early Voting Stats Shows 5.3% Shift to GOP in North Carolina; National Trend Favors Romney According to POLITICO’s Lois Romano in her 11/2/12 story titled, Obama early vote edge tenuous, Obama no longer has the early voting advantage that he enjoyed in 2008.  As for North Carolina in 2012, Democrats are down 3.85% in early
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The Great Chapel Hill Obama Bumper Sticker Hunt

by johndavis, October 29, 2012

The Great Chapel Hill Obama Bumper Sticker Hunt; If he has lost Chapel Hill, he has lost the race.  “Four years ago it was cool to be for Obama.  Today, it’s cool to be independent.”   Student in Hodding Carter’s Public Policy 70 Seminar at UNC-Chapel Hill Monday, October 29, 2012       Vol. V, No. 37          
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Mitt Romney will be the Next U.S. President

by johndavis, October 26, 2012

Mitt Romney will be the Next U.S. President   Site: Grove Park Inn, Asheville; October 4, 2012. Event: North Carolina Forestry Association Annual Meeting. Scene: Audience member asks, “John, you said this morning that Romney would be the next President.  Have you changed your opinion recently? If so, when and why?” Answer: “Yes, I changed
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It’s All Over for Obama in North Carolina as Romney Surges Ahead. Republicans on track to dominate Executive, Legislative and Judicial Branches

by johndavis, October 23, 2012

It’s All Over for Obama in North Carolina as Romney Surges Ahead.  Republicans on track to dominate Executive, Legislative and Judicial Branches Question from CNN’s Wolf Blitzer on Monday, October 22, to Paul Begala, senior Democratic political consultant to pro-Obama super PAC Priorities USA Action: “Has he [Obama] given up on North Carolina?”  Paul Begala: “Yes.”
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North Carolina Congressional Forecasts; No Change since Exclusive Scoop July 1, 2011

by johndavis, October 12, 2012

North Carolina Congressional Forecasts; No Change since Exclusive Scoop July 1, 2011 The GOP will have at least a 9-4 majority following the November 6 General Election. John Davis, Editor, John Davis Political Report  Friday, October 12, 2012       Vol. V, No. 33           9:13 am  Exclusive Scoop in 2011 On Friday morning, July 1, 2011,
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Romney’s Debate Win Closes the Deal with Reluctant Republicans and the 5-point Gap with Obama

by johndavis, October 8, 2012

Romney’s Debate Win Closes the Deal with Reluctant Republicans and the 5-point Gap with Obama “Registered voters’ preferences for president are evenly split in the first three days of Gallup tracking since last Wednesday’s presidential debate. In the three days prior to the debate, Barack Obama had a five-percentage-point edge among registered voters.”     Gallup, October
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