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 51 
 on: November 26, 2014, 11:44:27 pm 
Started by Sol - Last post by muon2
To illustrate the above items 4 and 5, I will apply them to angryGreatness-A (I'll use letters to designate different plans from the same poster).

District 1 (Blue)
  • Deviation: 290
  • Election 2008: John McCain - 54.4%, Barack Obama - 44.7%
  • Racial Breakdown: 73% White, 15.3% Black, 6.2% Hispanic

District 2 (Green)
  • Deviation: -422
  • Election 2008: Barack Obama - 49.8%, John McCain - 49.4%
  • Racial Breakdown: 62.6% White, 23.3% Black, 5.9% Hispanic

District 3 (Purple)
  • Deviation: -30
  • Election 2008: Barack Obama - 64%, John McCain - 35.2%
  • Racial Breakdown: 48.8% White, 35.2% Black, 5.9% Hispanic

District 4 (Red)
  • Deviation: 83
  • Election 2008: Barack Obama - 67.6%, John McCain - 31.7%
  • Racial Breakdown: 51.8% Black, 39.3% White, 5.2% Hispanic

District 5 (Yellow)
  • Deviation: -903
  • Election 2008: John McCain - 51.2%, Barack Obama - 47.8%
  • Racial Breakdown: 71.7% White, 21.5% Black

District 6 (Teal)
  • Deviation: 586
  • Election 2008: John McCain - 56.4%, Barack Obama - 42.5%
  • Racial Breakdown: 83.9% White, 7.9% Black, 5.1% Hispanic

District 7 (Silver)
  • Deviation: 352
  • Election 2008: John McCain - 57.9%, Barack Obama - 41.3%
  • Racial Breakdown: 76.2% White, 13.1% Black

District 8 (Slate Blue)
  • Deviation: 384
  • Election 2008: Barack Obama - 68.2%, John McCain - 30.9%
  • Racial Breakdown: 52.8% White, 12.9% Black, 18.2% Hispanic 19.7%, 11.5% Asian

District 9 (Light Blue)
  • Deviation: 501
  • Election 2008: John McCain - 59.5%, Barack Obama - 39.1%
  • Racial Breakdown: 91.8% White

District 10 (Pink)
  • Deviation: -219
  • Election 2008: Barack Obama - 57.4%, John McCain - 41.9%
  • Racial Breakdown: 61.4% White, 6.2% Black, 11.6% Hispanic, 17.3% Asian

District 11 (Light Green)
  • Deviation: -624
  • Election 2008: Barack Obama - 58%, John McCain - 41.3%
  • Racial Breakdown: 51.3% White, 14.8% Black, 18.2% Hispanic, 12% Asian

CD-01: PVI-08=-8.6; uncompetitive R
CD-02: PVI-08=-3.5; competitive R
CD-03: PVI-08=+10.8; uncompetitive D
CD-04: PVI-08=+14.4; uncompetitive D
CD-05: PVI-08=-5.4; competitive R
CD-06: PVI-08=-10.7; uncompetitive R
CD-07: PVI-08=-12.1; uncompetitive R
CD-08: PVI-08=+15.1; uncompetitive D
CD-09: PVI-08=-14.0; uncompetitive R
CD-10: PVI-08=+4.1; competitive D
CD-11: PVI-08=+4.7; competitive D

SKEW: +5-6 = -1; S score 1 (R)
POLARIZATION: 4+2*7 = 18; P score 18

 52 
 on: November 26, 2014, 11:43:57 pm 
Started by ElectionsGuy - Last post by Senator Cynic
Wolf, not only because he's my governor, but also because I was on the bandwagon when he was only polling 2% in the primary polls.

 53 
 on: November 26, 2014, 11:41:16 pm 
Started by Indy Texas - Last post by IceSpear
Enough people aren't feeling it that they would risk being seen as out of touch among people who aren't well-off.  If Democrats lose any more of them, they're screwed.

Well, in retrospect, it's not like it could've gone any worse than it actually did.

 54 
 on: November 26, 2014, 11:40:23 pm 
Started by Scott - Last post by memphis
1. Opebo obviously was an important poster because people are still talking about him. Had he not been important, people would not have noticed.
2. It's extra absurd because Nathan is constantly all preachy about the churchy shtick, in which everybody is important.

 55 
 on: November 26, 2014, 11:40:12 pm 
Started by KCDem - Last post by True Federalist
In his own words:
I don't expect myself to go to heaven.

 56 
 on: November 26, 2014, 11:39:52 pm 
Started by #WhereWasBill - Last post by IceSpear
JERRY BROWN HAS CROSSED 60%!!!!!!!!!!

*time to celebrate my prediction*

I feel bad that my first prediction here was so bad (even though I'm hardly alone in that). If only I signed up in 2012, my first would've been so much better...

 57 
 on: November 26, 2014, 11:37:08 pm 
Started by politicallefty - Last post by incredibly specific types of post-punk music
I found this thanks to reading opebo's history, and finally took. The result is not surprising:

http://nyti.ms/1rwMMpT

Please note not only is Minneapolis/St. Paul one of the top cities, but also what states are colored darker than this area...

 58 
 on: November 26, 2014, 11:36:53 pm 
Started by Grumps - Last post by Thomas D
THURS NOV 27:
Detroit 
Dallas 
San Francisco 

SUN, NOV 30 
Indianapolis 
Houston 
Cleveland
Baltimore 
NY Giants   
Cincinnati
St. Louis 
Pittsburgh 
Minnesota 
Arizona   
Green Bay -Total points 53 
Denver

MON, DEC 1 
Miami

 59 
 on: November 26, 2014, 11:36:38 pm 
Started by Snowstalker - Last post by danny
A shame that Israel voted for this resolution, although I can understand why they would.

 60 
 on: November 26, 2014, 11:35:53 pm 
Started by WalterMitty - Last post by IceSpear
Yes (not Keystone Phil)

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