Ryan Struyk Profile picture
I work for @CNN. Michigan native. @Calvin_Uni grad. Recovering math major. Christian. ENTJ. #1 fan of @ABC, @AP and @WOODTV. #nooxfordcomma
Karenae Profile picture Sue Strong 🇺🇸🇦🇺🇨🇦🇳🇿🇬🇧 Profile picture Catherine Yeakle Profile picture Joan Marie Bauman Profile picture 4 added to My Authors
15 Apr 20
PELOSI: "The truth is that Donald Trump dismantled the infrastructure handed to him which was meant to plan for and overcome a pandemic, resulting in unnecessary deaths and economic disaster."
PELOSI: "The truth is that, in January, Donald Trump was warned about this pandemic, ignored those warnings, took insufficient action and caused unnecessary death and disaster."
PELOSI: "The truth is that Donald Trump told his most loyal followers that the pandemic was a hoax and that it would magically disappear, thus endangering lives and paving the way for economic disaster."
Read 7 tweets
14 Apr 20
CNN: A new study from Harvard researchers published today in the journal Science finds that "prolonged or intermittent social distancing may be necessary into 2022."
Harvard researchers: "Under current critical care capacities, however, the overall duration of the SARS-CoV-2 epidemic could last into 2022, requiring social distancing measures to be in place between 25% and 75% of that time."

Full report: bit.ly/34FsGoT
Read 2 tweets
27 Mar 20
CNN: 100,000 people in the United States have tested positive for coronavirus.
CNN: 200,000 people in the United States have tested positive for coronavirus.
CNN: 300,000 people in the United States have tested positive for coronavirus.
Read 23 tweets
26 Mar 20
CNN: 1,000 people in the United States have died from coronavirus.
CNN: 2,000 people in the United States have died from coronavirus.
CNN: 3,000 people in the United States have died from coronavirus.
Read 125 tweets
23 Mar 20
UN Secretary General: "Today, I am calling for an immediate global ceasefire in all corners of the world."
UN Secretary General: "Our world faces a common enemy: COVID-19. The virus does not care about nationality or ethnicity, faction or faith. It attacks all, relentlessly. Meanwhile, armed conflict rages on around the world... The fury of the virus illustrates the folly of war."
Read 2 tweets
11 Mar 20
Dramatic swings among white men from 2016 to 2020 via @CNN exit polls:

White men in Michigan:
'16: Sanders 62%, Clinton 37%
'20: Sanders 49%, Biden 46%

White men in Missouri:
'16: Sanders 61%, Clinton 38%
'20: Biden 49%, Sanders 45%
Results among black voters from 2016 to 2020 via @CNN exit polls are basically the same:

Black voters in Michigan:
'16: Clinton 68%, Sanders 28%
'20: Biden 66%, Sanders 29%

Black voters in Missouri:
'16: Clinton 67%, Sanders 32%
'20: Biden 69%, Sanders 28%
Read 2 tweets
7 Mar 20
Latest @CNN reporting:

4:25 p.m: Minnesota reports first coronavirus case

5:20 p.m: First coronavirus case in Oklahoma

6:35 p.m: Connecticut reveals first coronavirus case

7:18 p.m: First coronavirus case in Kentucky reported

8:05 p.m: Nebraska reports first coronavirus case
8:46 p.m: First confirmed case of coronavirus in Hawaii

10:50 p.m: Utah announces its first case of coronavirus
Read 3 tweets
5 Mar 20
Trump just said the WHO estimate of a 3.4 percent coronavirus death rate globally is "really a false number" adding "this is just my hunch" but "personally, I would say the number is way under 1 percent."
More Trump on coronavirus death rate: "A lot of people will have this and it is very mild. They will get better very rapidly. They don't even see a doctor. They don't even call a doctor. You never hear about those people."
Read 2 tweets
14 Dec 19
GRAHAM: "I am trying to give a pretty clear signal I have made up my mind. I'm not trying to pretend to be a fair juror here... I will do everything I can to make it die quickly." cnn.com/2019/12/14/pol…
Senate oath: “I solemnly swear that in all things appertaining to the trial of the impeachment of Donald John Trump, President of the United States, now pending, I will do impartial justice according to the Constitution and laws: So help me God.”
Read 2 tweets
22 Oct 19
Here's Bill Taylor's opening statement today via @CNN cnn.com/2019/10/22/pol…
@CNN TAYLOR: "I found a confusing and unusual arrangement for making U.S policy towards Ukraine... There was an irregular, informal channel of U.S. policy-making with respect to Ukraine..."
@CNN TAYLOR: "I sensed something odd when Ambassador Sondland told me on June 28 that he did not wish to include most of the regular interagency participants in a call... [He] said that he wanted to make sure no one was transcribing or monitoring as they added President Zelenskyy..."
Read 19 tweets
18 Jul 19
If you're looking for a stat to explain the impeachment vote for Democrats in the House:

Democrats who voted to consider impeachment represent districts where Clinton won by 43 points.

Democrats who voted to table impeachment represent districts where Clinton won by 17 points.
95 Democrats voted to consider impeachment today, more than the 66 last January.

But the movement is in the half of the Dem caucus that represents more liberal districts:

January 2018:
53% of liberal half
18% of moderate half

Today:
66% of liberal half
15% of moderate half
A key data point on the House vote on impeachment:

Of the 92 House Dems representing the most liberal districts, 64 voted to consider impeachment.

Of the 92 House Dems representing the most moderate districts, only 5 (!) voted to consider impeachment.
Read 4 tweets
9 Jun 19
Here's the "very favorable" number among in-person Iowa caucusgoers via new CNN/DMR poll just out:

Warren 38%
Biden 34%
Buttigieg 32%
Sanders 32%
Harris 31%
Booker 20%
O'Rourke 15%
Klobuchar 12%
Playing with these stats a little: Here's the favorable-to-unfavorable ratio among in-person Iowa caucusgoers in CNN/DMR poll:

Buttigieg: 5.1 to 1
Harris: 4.8 to 1
Warren: 4.2 to 1
Biden: 3.0 to 1
Booker: 2.9 to 1
Sanders: 2.8 to 1
O'Rourke: 2.6 to 1
Klobuchar: 2.4 to 1
Read 2 tweets
9 Jun 19
New CNN/DMR poll in Iowa:

Biden 24%
Sanders 16%
Warren 15%
Buttigieg 14%
Harris 7%
Klobuchar 2%
O’Rourke 2%
Bennet 1%
Booker 1%
Castro 1%
Delaney 1%
Gabbard 1%
Inslee 1%
Yang 1%
Bullock <1%
Gillibrand <1%
Moulton <1%
Ryan <1%
Swalwell <1%
Williamson <1%
de Blasio 0%
Messam 0%
Aaaaaaand Hickenlooper <1%. Can't fit the full Dem 2020 field in one tweet.😭
New CNN/DMR poll by ideology among likely in-person caucusgoers:

Among liberals:
Warren 22%
Buttigieg 18%
Biden 17%
Sanders 16%
Harris 9%

Among moderates/conservatives:
Biden 31%
Sanders 18%
Buttigieg 10%
Warren 7%
Harris 2%
Read 4 tweets
4 Jun 19
New @CNN poll:

Biden 32%
Sanders 18%
Harris 8%
Warren 7%
Buttigieg 5%
O’Rourke 5%
Booker 3%
Castro 2%
Klobuchar 2%
Bennet 1%
Gabbard 1%
Gillibrand 1%
Inslee 1%
Ryan 1%
Yang 1%
de Blasio <1%
Delaney <1%
Hickenlooper <1%
Williamson <1%
Bullock 0%
Messam 0%
Moulton 0%
Swalwell 0%
Biden's support stands at 32%, down slightly from 39% in April in new @CNN poll. No other statistically significant movement.
2020 Democratic primary by age via new @CNN poll:

Voters under 45 years old:
Sanders 26%
Biden 19%
Harris 9%
Warren 7%
Buttigieg 6%
O'Rourke 6%

Voters over 45 years old:
Biden 45%
Sanders 10%
Warren 8%
Harris 7%
Buttigieg 4%
O'Rourke 4%
Read 5 tweets
2 May 19
2020 head-to-heads in new @CNN poll out today:

O'Rourke 52%, Trump 42%
Biden 51%, Trump 45%
Sanders 50%, Trump 44%
Harris 49%, Trump 45%
Trump 48%, Warren 47%
Buttigieg 47%, Trump 44%
@CNN Head-to-head @CNN 2020 poll among whites without a college degree:

Trump +13% over Biden
Trump +15% over Buttigieg
Trump +16% over O'Rourke
Trump +17% over Sanders
Trump +28% over Harris
Trump +34% over Warren
Trump +37% over Clinton '16
Read 2 tweets
16 Dec 18
Just landed in Omaha and I have 22 hours to kill. Who knows cool things to do in Omaha?!
guys it’s nice here
also i forgot normal people say hi when they walk past you on the sidewalk
Read 3 tweets
16 Dec 18
First @CNN 2020 numbers in Iowa just released:

Biden 32%
Sanders 19%
O’Rourke 11%
Warren 8%
Harris 5%
Booker 4%
Bloomberg 3%
Klobuchar 3%
Brown 1%
Hickenlooper 1%
Castro 1%
Delaney 1%
Gillibrand <1%
Holder <1%
Inslee <1%
Steyer <1%
Swalwell <1%
Yang <1%
Bullock <1%
Garcetti <1%
Here's the full story from the amazing @jennagiesta: cnn.com/2018/12/15/pol…
72% of likely Democratic caucus-goers in Iowa say Hillary Clinton would detract more than she would add to the 2020 race via new @CNN poll
Read 3 tweets
14 Dec 18
New @CNN poll for the 2020 Democratic nomination:

Biden 30%
Sanders 14%
O’Rourke 9%
Booker 5%
Kerry 4%
Harris 4%
Warren 3%
Bloomberg 3%
Klobuchar 3%
Brown 1%
Gillibrand 1%
Holder 1%
Bullock 1%
McAuliffe 1%
Inslee 1%
Hickenlooper <1%
Garcetti <1%
Castro <1%
Delaney 0%
Steyer 0%
The top three Democratic 2020 candidates (Biden, Bernie, Beto) in new @CNN poll -- all white men -- earn a majority of support (a combined 53%) from potential Democratic primary voters.
Read 3 tweets
1 Dec 18
New Cohen sentencing document overnight repeats the claim that Cohen "acted on his client’s instructions" in making hush money payments to Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal.
In new document, Michael Cohen says that Daniels/McDougal would have hurt the campaign: "Michael felt obligated to assist Client-1, on Client-1’s instruction, to attempt to prevent Woman-1 and Woman-2 from disseminating narratives that would adversely affect the Campaign."
Trump previously tweeted in May that the payments had "nothing to do with the campaign."
Read 6 tweets
27 Nov 18
New UN report released today on climate change: "Now more than ever, unprecedented and urgent action is required by all nations. The assessment of actions by the G20 countries indicates that this is yet to happen."
New UN report on climate change: "Global peaking of emissions by 2020 is crucial for achieving the temperature targets of the Paris Agreement, but the scale and pace of current mitigation action remains insufficient... Global greenhouse gas emissions show no signs of peaking."
UN report on climate change out today: "Under currently implemented policies, the USA is unlikely to meet its Nationally Determined Contribution target for 2025 and it is uncertain whether it will meet its 2020 target."
Read 3 tweets
26 Nov 18
What struck me most in the climate change report is how our public understanding of climate change is *WAY* too narrow. The report paints a picture of climate change pervading literally *every* sphere of life. (1/thread)
Yes, it's more intense storms and rising ocean levels and increasing heat. But it's *way* more than that. So I made a list of what’s to come, according to the report. Warning: It's very, very long. Here we go:
- worse milk quality
- more heat exhaustion, heat-stroke and heart attacks
- reduced harvests of shellfish
- shortened downhill and cross-country ski seasons
- more stress on bridge integrity
- increased US international development assistance programs costs
Read 25 tweets