... and it's not what you and I want. Nor is it what an overwhelming majority of Americans want. Greg Sargent in The Plum Line (Wash. Post) has a preview of issues shaping the 2016 election. Take climate change, for example.
... 59 percent of Americans say they want the next president to favor government action to address climate change, versus 31 percent who oppose such action. Independents favor action by 61-32, and moderates favor action by 68-23.
By contrast, Republicans tilt against government action by 55-32, and conservatives tilt against it by 55-35.
Check out the other issues in Sargent's post.