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Nate Cohn

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People usually want the national security advisor to encourage opposing, inconvenient views nytimes.com/2016/12/03/us/…
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Me in Taipei, with Trump
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.
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Minnesota, or Great Gatsby cover?
Clinton's popular vote lead grows -- @KevinQ w @Redistrict data
Pretty clear turnout story in Philadelphia
“But as the night wore on and most reporters had gone home, the language changed.” nyti.ms/2gbI1F8
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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
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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=…
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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)
 
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