Donald Trump’s victory has seen the Dow rise at a rate eclipsed just twice over the last 27 presidential election cycles.
Economy and jobs
Gains in the stock market last Wednesday after the GOP wave were only slightly above the historical average; the biggest day-after drops in the market have occurred after the election of Democratic presidents.
“Death,” “dead end,” “decline” and “grim future” were but a few of the words and phrases Minnesota’s governor used to frame the problems of his state and country.
The last time the labor force participation rate was this low in the Gopher State was July 1983.
The former Massachusetts governor has discussed middle class Americans in debates more than all other candidates combined.
17 of the nation’s 22 right-to-work states were carried by John McCain.
The real cost of baseball tickets, souvenirs, hot dogs, and beer have all dropped since Barack Obama took office.
Mitt Romney landed the most jabs at Obama among the seven candidates; Herman Cain and Ron Paul, meanwhile, pulled the most punches.
North Dakota’s -8.3 percent monthly decline in unemployment from March to April is its largest drop over the past 35+ years
Only North Dakota and Vermont have gone longer without a jobless rate uptick