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Dave Wasserman
U.S. House editor of the nonpartisan Report & contributing writer. Nerd for maps, data & bluegrass
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Dave Wasserman Jan 17
Important new column from : "How Fake News Undermines Democracy."
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CookPoliticalReport Jan 12
Democrats most immediate challenge isn’t demography, it’s geography:
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CookPoliticalReport Dec 20
Just three counties – Macomb County, MI; York County, PA and Waukesha County, WI – elected Donald Trump:
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Dave Wasserman Dec 20
All 50 states + DC now certified: Clinton: 65,844,610 (48.2%) Trump: 62,979,636 (46.1%) Others: 7,804,213 (5.7%)
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Dave Wasserman Dec 20
Nate, what do you think the final AA % in NC will be? Amazingly, seems like it will be even lower than 21% share in '14, no?
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Dave Wasserman Dec 19
The real reason Hillary Clinton will lose today: she beat Obama's '12 margin by 0.1% in safe states, but plunged 5.4% in swing states.
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Dave Wasserman Dec 16
Hillary Clinton is at 65,844,594 votes, just 71k shy of the 65,915,795 Obama won in 2012. But she won 100 fewer electoral votes.
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Dave Wasserman Dec 16
California certifies its results: Clinton 8,753,788 (61.7%), Trump 4,483,810 (31.6%), Others 943,997 (6.7%). Largest Dem margin since 1936.
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Dave Wasserman Dec 16
New York *amended* certification: 56k new Clinton votes, 24k Trump. Clinton's national popular vote lead up to 2,864,978 (2.1%).
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Dave Wasserman Dec 16
Pretty breathtaking swing in Houston's (Bush 41's old seat): 2012: Obama 92,499, Romney 143,631 2016: Clinton 124,722, Trump 121,204
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Dave Wasserman Dec 16
Indiana certifies its results: Trump 1,557,286 (56.9%), Clinton 1,033,126 (37.8%), Others 144,546 (5.3%).
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(((Harry Enten))) Dec 16
I dug into 's finding of a 30k vote discrepancy between NYC's/NYS's presidential vote count in NYC
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Dave Wasserman Dec 15
Mississippi certified results: Trump 700,714 (57.9%), Clinton 485,131 (40.1%), Others 23,512 (1.9%). Sharpest turnout decline in U.S.
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Dave Wasserman Dec 14
The real story of 2016: Obama '12/Clinton '16 margin. Non-swing states: 4.0%/4.0% 13 swing states: 3.6%/-1.8%
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Dave Wasserman Dec 14
With 136.5 million votes counted, the final national popular vote result is very likely to be: Clinton 48.2% Trump 46.1% Others 5.7%
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Dave Wasserman Dec 14
Aside from a possible correction to the Bronx tally, we don't anticipate any major new additions of votes.
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Dave Wasserman Dec 14
New York State appears to have deleted ~33k Bronx POTUS votes in its "certified" results. , can you get to bottom of this?
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Dave Wasserman Dec 14
West Virginia certifies its results: Trump 489,371 (68.6%), Clinton 188,794 (26.5%), Others 34,886 (4.9%). That is what you call a beatdown.
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Dave Wasserman Dec 14
However, these "certified" results may be far from final. Discrepancies w/ NYC & NYS didn't stop "amending" its '12 results until June '13.
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Dave Wasserman Dec 14
New York certifies its results: Clinton 4,491,191 (58.9%), Trump 2,790,073 (36.6%), Others 341,064 (4.5%).
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