Essay:Political expectations

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Political expectations describes a current method of campaigning, to win power, candidates promise to enact sweeping change. Once power has been achieved, politicians often scramble to lower those expectations so they won't be perceived as falling short.

Political expectations can also mean talking victory or predicting a loss, before the campaign has concluded.

Heading into the 2010 U.S. political campaign, Democrats that promised much change now have to show what they accomplished or Republicans are favored to replace them.