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April 21, 2014


Democrats Shouldn't Count On Electoral Vote Lock

Harry Enten: "Indeed, knowing how many electoral votes leaned more toward one party than the nation in one election tells us very little about how many will lean toward that party in the next election. An Electoral College advantage is often taken as a sign of a structural advantage, but for the most part, it's been cyclical. The Democratic edge in 2008 and 2012 may be more due to randomness than demographics."












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