Topic: “Hillary Clinton”

Posted in Behind the News

An inside look at ‘Divided America’

, by Lauren Easton

Last week, AP began publishing one of its longest series in memory, “Divided America.” The reporting explores the issues driving American voters toward the decision they will make on Election Day.

Posted in Behind the News

An ‘impactful, buzzy set of political polling’

, by Lauren Easton

A staff memo by Vice President-International News John Daniszewski describes how AP’s news survey specialist developed original, impactful polling on the presidential candidates whose findings earlier this month “reset the political news agenda”:

Posted in Behind the News

Stepping back from the horse race

, by Paul Colford

Five years after the launch of The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, the organization has been shining a bright light on why the presidential campaign has defied initial predictions.

Posted in Behind the News

AP calls Iowa Democratic caucuses for Clinton

, by Paul Colford

Update: AP called the Iowa Democratic caucuses for Hillary Clinton just after 1 p.m. ET after the state party said it had finalized all results and planned no recount and after Bernie Sanders’ campaign said it did not intend to ask for a recount.

Posted in Announcements

Updating AP style on Hillary Clinton

, by Lauren Easton

AP U.S. Political Editor David Scott today outlined new style guidance regarding Hillary Clinton, sending this memo to staff: