Plagued by partisan battles, Indiana is a microcosm of the national education debate
In the last presidential election, Democrats and Republicans each spent nearly a billion dollars in campaigning. The National Rifle Association, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, the American Association of Retired Persons, and other political action committees also pour billions of dollars into Washington to influence legislation. In 2013 alone, lobbyist groups spent $3.24 billion [...]
The best evidence we have supports neither the protest nor the zealous support that typically dominates the TFA debate.
Politics is going viral.
Broad youth disengagement has affected Republicans less than Democrats.
Healthcare is the most important issue to young voters.
Wariness of politics is a bipartisan phenomenon.