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« Reply #5550 on: September 16, 2016, 06:32:13 am »
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« Reply #5551 on: September 16, 2016, 02:40:47 pm »
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Ann Richards vs. Slade Gorton?
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« Reply #5552 on: September 16, 2016, 02:48:36 pm »
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Actually, it's what happens in 538's swing calculator when you make college-educated whites vote like blacks at 100% turn-out, with NCE whites voting the opposite way at 85% turnout. turnout of non-whites at 0%. CDs were adjusted accordingly with Cook PVI.
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« Reply #5553 on: September 17, 2016, 01:01:34 pm »
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Rise of the Angry

Elizabeth Warren: 51.01% (Democratic Nominee)
Cory Booker: 39.96% (Vice Presidential Nominee)
Joe Biden: 9.02%

Ted Cruz: 43.75% (Republican Nominee*At Brokered Convention)
Marco Rubio: 40.77%
John Kasich: (11.48%)

Elizabeth Warren/Cory Booker: 347 (51.79%)
Ted Cruz/Carly Fiorina: 191 (46.22%)
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« Reply #5554 on: September 18, 2016, 11:53:36 am »
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Used 538's demographic calculator to simulate a national election where college-educated Whites and Blacks are solidly Republican voting, with Hispanics and non-educated Whites being mostly Democrats.
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« Reply #5555 on: September 18, 2016, 01:46:48 pm »
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Used 538's demographic calculator to simulate a national election where college-educated Whites and Blacks are solidly Republican voting, with Hispanics and non-educated Whites being mostly Democrats.

What situation would cause this to happen? Time traveling back to the late 1800s? Tongue
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« Reply #5556 on: September 18, 2016, 01:49:03 pm »
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Stein - 98% (lol)
Clinton/Kaine - 93%/88% ✓
Johnson - 75%
Trump/Pence - 10%/17%
Castle - 10%


Economic: -7.5 (Left)
Social: -2.49 (Moderate Libertarian)
Foreign: -3.67 (Dove)
Culture: -7.05 (Liberal)


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« Reply #5557 on: September 18, 2016, 05:28:05 pm »
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I have always assumed Texas as a power bottom.
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« Reply #5558 on: September 18, 2016, 06:21:00 pm »
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Used 538's demographic calculator to simulate a national election where college-educated Whites and Blacks are solidly Republican voting, with Hispanics and non-educated Whites being mostly Democrats.

What situation would cause this to happen? Time traveling back to the late 1800s? Tongue

Probably don't have to go that far back.  Could potentially arise in a situation where a Republican like Prescott Bush or Nelson Rockefeller is President during the 1960s and passes Civil Rights/the Great Society.  National Democrats would be more likely to pander to the WWC class in such a scenario, Hispanics could be brought in mostly on labor issues as well.
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« Reply #5559 on: September 18, 2016, 10:35:49 pm »
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United States presidential election, 1960

(✓) Senator John F. Kennedy (D-MA) / Senator Lyndon Johnson (D-TX) - 277 EVs
Vice President Richard Nixon (R-CA) / Senator Barry Goldwater (R-AZ) - 260 EVs
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« Reply #5560 on: September 19, 2016, 11:01:02 am »
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Similar concept to my last set of maps, but instead of having the previous election's margin, the popular vote is tied.








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« Reply #5561 on: September 19, 2016, 11:35:00 am »
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I decided to try to create a Republican gerrymander for the country using real state lines and dividing us into 7 roughly even regions.  The smallest is New Texas, which carries 59 EV, but will probably grow, and the largest is The Great Northeast, with 92 EV, but which will likely decline in size.  The result is two solidly Democratic states and five Republican-leaning states.



NOTE: All percentages are calculated using two-party vote share only.

THE GREAT NORTHEAST (Light Red, 92 EV):
Capital: New York City
Obama: 12,874,496, 62.2%
Romney: 7,822,035, 37.8%
PVI: D+10

THE SOUTH ATLANTIC (Dark Blue, 91 EV):
Capital: Atlanta
Romney: 12,662,622, 51.7%
Obama: 11,823,431, 48.3%
PVI: R+4

THE OHIO VALLEY (Light Green, 73 EV):
Capital: Cincinnati
Romney: 9,729,585, 52.4%
Obama: 8,849,219, 47.6%
PVI: R+4

THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY (Medium Green, 62 EV):
Capital: St. Louis
Romney: 7,551,659, 50.9%
Obama: 7,273,077, 49.1%
PVI: R+3

GREATER TEXAS (Light Blue, 59 EV):
Capital: Dallas
Romney: 7,002,199, 56.1%
Obama: 5,490,107, 43.9%
PVI: R+8
Adding any neighboring states would only make this state more Republican, and it's important to save them for other states.  It could do without Oklahoma as well, but I didn't want to make it any smaller.

LAKES, PLAINS, MOUNTAINS, AND DESERT (Dark Green, 81 EV):
Capital: Boise
Romney: 9,179,582, 51.3%
Obama: 8,718,638, 48.7%
PVI: R+3

ECOTOPIA (Dark Red, 78 EV)
Capital: San Francisco
Obama: 10,886,827, 60.8%
Romney: 7,005,518

Barring a Democratic landslide, Republicans should win 368-170.
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Foreign Policy: +7.29 (Neo-Con)
Cultural: +7.81 (Conservative)
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« Reply #5562 on: September 19, 2016, 04:39:57 pm »
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« Reply #5563 on: September 19, 2016, 08:03:17 pm »
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2004: Payback


President George Bush/Vice President Dick Cheney - 266 EV (50.9%)
Senator Hillary Clinton/Senator Sam Nunn - 272 EV (48.1%)

2008: Backlash


Former Governor Mitch Daniels/Governor Mark Sanford - 373 EV (54%)
President Hillary Clinton/Vice President Sam Nunn - 165 EV  (44%)

2012: New Majority



President Mitch Daniels/Vice President Mark Sanford - 333 EV (51%)
Former Senator John Kerry/Senator Barack Obama - 205 EV  (47%)
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As we look at America, we see cities enveloped in smoke and flame. We hear sirens in the night. We see Americans dying on distant battlefields abroad. We see Americans hating each other; fighting each other; killing each other at home. And as we see and hear these things, millions of Americans cry out in anguish: Did we come all this way for this? Did American boys die in Normandy, and Korea, and in Valley Forge for this?
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« Reply #5565 on: September 20, 2016, 08:00:16 pm »
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Stein - 98% (lol)
Clinton/Kaine - 93%/88% ✓
Johnson - 75%
Trump/Pence - 10%/17%
Castle - 10%


Economic: -7.5 (Left)
Social: -2.49 (Moderate Libertarian)
Foreign: -3.67 (Dove)
Culture: -7.05 (Liberal)


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Political Matrix Score:
Economic: +9.81
Social: +9.04

Political Compass Score:
Economic: +9.79 (Right)
Social: +3.71 (Authoritarian)
Foreign Policy: +7.29 (Neo-Con)
Cultural: +7.81 (Conservative)
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« Reply #5567 on: September 21, 2016, 01:31:01 pm »
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McCain/Engler: 282 (50.7%)
Gore/Gephardt: 256 (47.9%)

McCain/Engler: 532 (61.9%)
Dean/Clark: 6 (36.4%)

Bush/Ridge: 339 (53.1%)
Clinton/Wyden: 199 (45.0%)

Obama/Warner: 269 (49.14%)
Bush/Ridge: 269 (48.75%)

Obama/Warner: 270 (49.29%)
Kasich/Rice: 268 (48.80%)

Huntsman/Sanford: 386 (51.8%)
Warner/Coakley: 149 (42.3%)
Sanders/Stein: 3 (4.1%)
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« Reply #5568 on: September 21, 2016, 04:59:29 pm »
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Tried to get MA as polarized as I could... Blue is 55-44-2 Obama-Romney-Other (2008 results), green is 71(!)-28-2.



Same with NY- blue is almost tied (51-48-1), while green is 76-22-1.

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Stein - 98% (lol)
Clinton/Kaine - 93%/88% ✓
Johnson - 75%
Trump/Pence - 10%/17%
Castle - 10%


Economic: -7.5 (Left)
Social: -2.49 (Moderate Libertarian)
Foreign: -3.67 (Dove)
Culture: -7.05 (Liberal)


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« Reply #5569 on: September 23, 2016, 08:53:50 pm »
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Make America Great Again!

Donald J. Trump/George W. Bush: 346 (51.8%)
Albert Gore/Joseph Lieberman: 192 (45.9%)

Donald J. Trump/George W. Bush: 535 (62.5%)
Wesley Clark/John Kerry: 3 (35.1%)
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« Reply #5570 on: September 23, 2016, 09:39:46 pm »
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Tried to get MA as polarized as I could... Blue is 55-44-2 Obama-Romney-Other (2008 results), green is 71(!)-28-2.



Same with NY- blue is almost tied (51-48-1), while green is 76-22-1.

Does this go in a different thread?

Not sure that this is the right place (TimTurner's "DRA stuff" thread might be better) but that's super cool. Your maps are great, dude.
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« Reply #5571 on: September 26, 2016, 04:44:25 pm »
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From a timeline I originally wrote, but ultimately lost part of... maybe I'll finish it one day.

✓  Sarah Palin: 59% (Becomes the nominee after winning the WI Primary)
Jon Huntsman: 24% (Suspended his campaigning after losing WI Primary)
Ron Paul: 9% (Suspended his campaign at the convention)
Mitt Romney: 6%(Suspended his campaign after Feb. 7th)
Other: 3%

* Palin wins IA with 39% of the vote, while Huntsman upsets Romney in NH 31% to 27%. Palin crushes the field in SC with 42% to Huntsman's 21%. Huntsman remains in the race, but cannot overcome Palin's structural and grassroots support. She wins enough delegates to be nominated in early April, after winning WI 54% to Huntsman's 37%.

2012: Palin Makes History
✓ Sarah Palin/Robert Portman: 270 (49.28%)
Barack Obama/Joseph Biden: 268 (49.20%)

* A recount in WI affirms Palin as the winner. She carries the state: 49.54% - 49.53%
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