I expected to discuss all sorts of things with political scientists in Chicago just recently, but I’ll be honest: When it came to current politics, people were mostly talking about the 2024 presidential nominations — especially the Republican one.
And folks I spoke with were split right down the middle: About half thought that former President Donald Trump would be the Republican nominee, and half threw up their hands and said they had no idea what would happen.
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