The Census, Gerrymandering, and The 2020 Election: A Republican Win

“Every 10 years, after the census, congressional and state legislature districts are redrawn to account for population changes. This gives whoever is drawing the maps the power to maximize the number of districts that favor their party — a tactic known as gerrymandering.”

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2020 Election Results: What You Need To Know

After polls close in the US presidential election, it could take days or even weeks to find out if Donald Trump or Joe Biden has won. In this election, millions more Americans have been voting by post because of coronavirus, meaning a delay in counting all the votes is highly likely.

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Hunter Biden, The Trump Children, and The Politics of Hypocrisy

The outrageous hypocrisy of the attack on the Biden family as a “criminal organization” appears to be lost on Trump’s supporters.

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Trump IS the Swamp

Donald Trump has presided over the most corrupt presidential administration in American history. He has not, as promised, “drained the swamp.” He has rebuilt and expanded it to serve his own personal interests.

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Keeping Score in the 2020 Election

What does this all mean for the 2020 election? One can presume that pollsters have learned from the 2016 election. Polling has generally become more accurate over time. However, polling is still an imprecise science and surprises are possible. Biden will likely win on November 3rd. But he might not.

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Why People Vote Against Their Economic Interests

In 2016, Pew research suggested 47% of those in families with incomes between $30,000 and $50,000 identified as Republican –more than the 46% of those with incomes over $150,000.

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The Minority Majority: America’s Electoral System Advantages Republicans

“There is a reason why, when choosing their own constitutions, no other country has for long survived with a replica of the American model—and why when guiding the design of constitutions for others, as they did in post-war Germany and Japan, Americans have always suggested solutions quite unlike the one under which they live.”

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Iran, Trump and The Nuclear Deal

“Decertifying could have an outcome typical of Mr. Trump’s presidency. Mr. Trump would feel good about honouring a pledge; an achievement of Mr. Obama’s would be threatened; and America’s reputation overseas would be further diminished.”

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