The New York Times announced that it would join The Associated Press in lowercasing the name of the global network known as the Internet. The changes will take effect at both news outlets on June 1 (which explains the incongruity of “Internet” being capitalized throughout this article).
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An important part of Hillary Clinton's problem is what happens to her popularity when she is front and center. Last August she had 61% approval rating among Democrats and their leaners. By April it had dropped to 36%.
A Gallup survey finds some groups important to Democrats are among those not following the campaign very closely. Here are the percent that say they are:
- 26% of those 18 to 29
- 32% of those 30 to 49
- 31% of those with a high school education or less
- 27% of nonwhites
- 35% of moderats.
When Trump was a little nicer