The Democrats’ pot shots are unlikely to win over American voters | Kate Andrews writes for City AM

Kate Andrews, Head of Communications at the Adam Smith Institute, wrote an article for City AM on the first Democratic debate of 2015. She particularly highlights the profound lack of any economic discussion in the debate.

According to Gallup, 86 per cent of Americans say the economy will be “extremely or very important to their vote next year”, and with no proposal laid out on Tuesday night for how such projects will be financed, it’s hard to believe the Democrats’ magic money-tree pitches will be met with enthusiasm by anyone other than the party’s far-left base.

Read the full article here.