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Second, at a similar point in the recall calendar, Davis was more unpopular than Newsom currently is.
Short-sellers have always been unpopular, and they’ve managed to become even more disliked during the GameStop controversy.
He negotiated a treaty with Britain that was massively unpopular.
We were elected to make difficult, and at times, unpopular decisions while always being transparent with our residents.
Under McConnell and former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, their congressional agenda has also been largely unpopular.
It was a thoroughly uncontroversial remark for a modern conservative politician to make — the kind that makes it easy to forget how unpopular King was when he was alive.
Policymakers, however, face tough — and politically unpopular — choices when dealing with coastal properties threatened by climate change.
There are plenty of examples of a party pushing unpopular ideas without its voters switching to the other party.
WILL THE DEBATE OVER $2,000 STIMULUS CHECKS HELP DEMOCRATS IN GEORGIA?PERRY BACON JR. (PERRY.BACON@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)DECEMBER 31, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
You have to be willing to stand up, have hard conversations, and ask tough questions, even when that means voicing an unpopular response or opinion.
Over time, the Common Core became so unpopular that some states said they were dropping the standards, but in reality the new versions largely reflected what was in the Common Core, and many states today still use them.
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