These two charts from the latest Washington Post poll are interesting. They show what’s motivating likely voters in the presidential race. President Obama’s supporters are largely voting for him. Mitt Romney’s supporters, however, are voting to oust Obama:
I’ve been collecting county-level data on the presidential primary race since the contests began earlier this year. With Donald Trump now the Republicans’ presumptive nominee — and Hillary Clinton rapidly heading there — here are … Continue reading → Read More
- Charting the Popularity of 'Hillary'
- Charting Clinton's Sizable Lead in Votes
Last week we examined how the Democratic presidential campaigns have performed in the context of Barack Obama’s 2012 re-election. That analysis grouped Obama’s vote share into categories, highlighting how the country’s reddest and bluest counties have … Continue reading → Read More
- Comparing Clinton, Sanders Vote Share with Obama 2012
- Mapping Consistently Partisan Counties
When it comes to recent presidential elections, geography — at least in some stubborn places — is destiny. Voters in more than 1,600 American counties — a little more than half of those* in the United States … Continue reading → Read More
- Mapping 'Majority Minority' Presidential Results
- Mapping Obama's Election Performance By County In 2012 Vs. 2008
The Fix today has a post about the newly released digital version of Vital Statistics on Congress, a partnership between between a few think tanks that contains reams of enlightening data about the institution. Among … Continue reading → Read More
- Charting Views On The 'Fiscal Cliff'