People usually want the national security advisor to encourage opposing, inconvenient views
Doing this reminds you that, no, Texas was not very close to turning blue
The shift from 1996 to 2016--and all earlier years--shows a massive urban-rural divide
The shift between 2000/2004 and 2016 adds huge dem gains with Hispanics and gop gains with southern whites
The shift between 2008 and 2016, which looks fairly similar to 2012-2016
I wouldn't say the president's statement today defies the imagination, no.
Minnesota, or Great Gatsby cover?
Clinton's popular vote lead grows -- @KevinQ
Pretty clear turnout story in Philadelphia
Some presidential precinct maps. More/larger: rynerohla.com/index.html/201…
“But as the night wore on and most reporters had gone home, the language changed.” nyti.ms/2gbI1F8
Between 2004 and 2012, Obama made big gains in relatively Hispanic areas.
In 2016, Clinton did not
the self-driving truck is all but in mass production at the moment and I just remembered this map
I can go on and on with this. It's not the turnout.
The shift in white America between 2004 and 2012, and 2012 to 2016
Great analysis by @Nate_Cohn
. Would also love to hear about role of sexism. Check out: itun.es/us/D5Seeb.c?i=…
Please, tweet at me a little more about how we said this could never happen. From Sunday mobile.nytimes.com/2016/11/07/ups…
Trump did better among low income whites than affluent whites (whites by income, national exit poll)
I find this part of the last two NC polls pretty surprising. Will be interested to see if that holds
The Florida Gold Coast is a pretty fascinating patch-work of Democratic and Republican enclaves
Clinton has a huge edge among Puerto Rican voters near Orlando (map: Hisp. only)