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Environmental and women’s groups are looking to harness the energy from the tens of thousands expected to march for climate action in Washington, D.C. on Saturday to help train women to run for office on an explicitly pro-environment platform.

I can think of no better way to ensure Democrats stay a regional party instead of a National one than to make things like this their priority when most of America is more concerned with how they keep food on the table and find a decent job.

Liberals have completely lost all touch with average Americans, and as long as you on the radical left keep talking down to people, normal Americans will keep rejecting you.

One number in the Post-ABC poll really stood out to me as something that should worry Democrats pondering the party’s future: Asked whether the Democratic Party is in touch with the concerns of the average person, just 28% of respondents said it is — as opposed to 67% who said Democrats are out of touch. Those numbers are worse than the “in touch/out of touch” numbers for either the Republican Party or Trump in that same poll.
More amazing to me is that only 52% of self-identified Democrats said their party was in touch with peoples’ concerns, while 44% said it was out of touch. (Also of concern for Democrats: Fewer than 1 in 5 independents — 18% — said the Democratic Party was in touch with the average person.)
Those numbers — particularly among Democrats — are striking.
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