Ellison Report June 30: Polling on Perception of Inequality; Trump & Brexit; Turkey Attacks
The Ellison Report is a weekly journal of politics, policy, and the people.
PART I: Khalilah Brown-Dean of Quinnipiac University to discuss recent polling on the state of “race relations” and perception on inequality, plus thoughts on Trump (and Clinton) supporter views on Black people.
PART II: Stefan Hankin of Lincoln Park Strategies explains why there is no “reverse Bradley Effect” taking place in Trump’s polling numbers and what similarities there are between this presidential race and Brexit.
PART III: David Beckworth of Mercatus Center offers thoughts on what makes the recent Brexit vote to leave the European Union so special, why we need to pay even closer attention to it and what next.
PART IV: Tricia Bacon of American University offers geo-political context in the wake of deadly terrorist attacks in Turkey. Are terrorist attacks on the rise and are we headed towards an “Age of Destabilization.”