Ruy A. Teixeira
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March 4, 2002 | By Ruy A. Teixeira | CommentaryOpinion pieces and speeches by EPI staff and associates. THIS PIECE ORIGINALLY APPEARED IN NEW YORK NEWSDAY ON NOVEMBER 15, 1998.
September 1, 1999 | By Ruy A. Teixeira | Issue BriefWashington’s Deaf Ear Public opinion and the national budget debate by Ruy Teixeira In the midst of the current budget negotiations, there is one neglected question worth asking: what does the public really want?
November 1, 1998 | By Ruy A. Teixeira | Briefing PaperNovember 5, 1998 Briefing Paper #78 WAITRESS MOMS AND TECHNICIAN DADS The story behind the 1998 election results by Ruy Teixeira Democrats awoke the day after the midterm elections to good news: contrary to virtually all predictions, they held their own in the Senate and the nation’s governorships and actually picked up five seats in the House.
November 1, 1996 | By Ruy A. Teixeira | Briefing Paper1996 | Briefing Paper #64 Who joined the Democrats? Understanding the 1996 election results by Ruy Teixeira This publication is available in PDF format.
August 8, 1996 | By Ruy A. Teixeira | ReportExecutive Summary American voters have become notably volatile in the 1990s. First, in 1992, they shattered the Republican presidential coalition. Then in 1994 they took away 52 House seats from the Democrats and gave Republicans control of Congress for the first time in 42 years.