Want to beat Trump? Then first you have to figure out the part he’s playing.
Kristen Soltis Anderson is a Republican pollster and vice president of The Winston Group, an opinion research firm in Washington. She was named one of TIME’s “30 Under 30 Changing the World” in 2013 for her work researching changes in American elections and voting behavior. She is currently writing a book on what data means for elections to come for Broadside Books, an imprint of HarperCollins, due out in 2015.
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Kristen Soltis Anderson joins ABC's This Week to discuss the seriousness of Texas Gov. Rick Perry's indictment, and its ramifications for his potential 2016 Presidential bid.