You have been hired as a campaign consultant for ‘Candidate Smith’ to help get ready for the 2020 Presidential election. In order to advise this candidate, you will need to create an analysis of the 2016 Presidential Election and how Trump won. You will be comparing the Trump and Clinton media campaigns, analyzing the demographics/political structure of 2 swing states and writing your final recommendations in the form of a 2-4 page single-spaced memo to the Smith Campaign based upon your research findings.
To craft your memo, refer back to the Greenberg-Page sections How and Why People’s Political Attitudes Differ (Chapter 5) and Who Votes (Chapter 10) as well as the following information from the projects you have completed this week:
1.Analysis of campaign videos
2.Analysis of the statistics of the 2 swing states you chose
3.Summary of the information about Trump and Clinton’s media campaign from your discussion this week
Key was holding firm on his insistence as there’s no evidence to back a sugar tax, despite a poll suggesting most Kiwis would be in favour of one. “A One News Colmar Brunton poll found about 66 per cent of people favoured a tax on soft drinks, with only 29 per cent against.”(16) Validity and bias: l do personally believe that this information that information that l have gathered for this report is valid due to the fact that a lot of this information is creditable and has come from government and university published reports, a website that I used was http://www.tamaki.auckland.ac.nz/en/about/news/news-2014/tax-on-fizzy-drinks-could-save-the-lives-of-about-67-kiwis-each-.html (3) in which this is a reliable source where I gather accurate information from. Any issues with the information would come from the information that I gathered from online newspaper articles, as it is very common that the people who in which write these articles online can be bias and also politically motivated to give out information that isn’t correct or misleading individuals on the correct reasons something is or isn’t happening. Information I gathered from http://www.stuff.co.nz/nationaI/health/9800045/Sugar-cut-would-hit-average-Kiwi (10) has viewpoints and articles written by medical and doctors in which is dated and referenced by the author of that article therefore showing creditable information. Actions and effectiveness: In my opinion personally, instead of just applying this sugar tax to sugary drinks I would apply the tax on all drinks and foods with added sugar, with the money that is made from this sugar tax to be implemented into going towards educational programmes for those younger children and adolescents to teach them on the correct foods they should be eating and drinking whilst also trying to encourage kids to be motivated to go out and be active and learning to live a healthy balanced diet and life. Another option in my opinion for this money revenue to go towards is getting all the children and adolescents who are currently living in poverty in New Zealand out of poverty allowing them to have a chance at living a healthy life. This money could be used in a way that gets these children’s parents a better form of education to help increase their income giving the opportunity to these parents to be able to afford and supply nutritional whole foods to their children instead of having junk throughout all of their meals each day. I believe that if this type of sugar tax was implemented here in New Zealand then it has a higher chance of working better due to the fact that the more added sugar to the product the higher the amount of tax will be on the particular item then actually making it worthwhile spending the $3 on a bottle of water opposed to the increased price of coke for example being $4. If this sugar tax on added sugar in products was implemented by the government then there is a higher chance that the expenditure on the treatment and care of the obese and diabetic individuals by the government would decrease significantly as these individuals are removing themselves from eating and drinking addictive products with sugar in them therefore resulting in these individuals to consume less sugar and choose a healthier alternative. Conclusion:>GET ANSWER