In his quest for the Republican nomination, Vivek Ramaswamy is going to great lengths to make Hinduism adjacent to evangelical Christianity.
Vivek Ramaswamy’s family story makes clear that real life is complicated. So too is the migrant crisis facing the United States.
Vivek Ramaswamy is rising in part because he’s simply telling the Republican Party’s conspiracy-loving base what it wants to hear.
A Vivek Ramaswamy foreign policy would undermine fundamental U.S. alliances and reward non-allies like India and Russia.
Donald Trump has a 45-point advantage over DeSantis among Hispanic Republicans, who are more likely to support him than any other racial and ethnic group.
Vivek Ramaswamy’s inroads with evangelical Christians may be at risk due to his support for India’s Hindu nationalist leader Narendra Modi.
A fifth of Democrats view Israel as “a state with segregation similar to apartheid,” according to a University of Maryland poll.
More Democrats and millennials across party lines say they feel greater sympathy for the Palestinians than for the Israelis.
Republican contenders Trump and DeSantis question support for the Ukraine war as support for a negotiated settlement grows among the party base.
The Republican Party is slowly but steadily growing more racially diverse in its grassroots base, elected officials, and opinion leaders.