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fivethirtyeight.com Politics Dec 07, 2020, Monday
What The Polls Say About Georgia’s Senate Runoffs | FiveThirtyEight
Headed into the 2020 election, we knew that Election Day might turn into Election Week or even Election Month because of the huge increase in mail voting due to…
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fivethirtyeight.com News Oct 18, 2020, Sunday
8 Tips To Stay Sane In The Final 15 Days Of The Campaign | FiveThirtyEight
We’re in the final stretch of the campaign, with just 15 days to go until the election. Indeed, “the election” is something of a misnomer, since early or mail v…
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fivethirtyeight.com News Sep 20, 2020, Sunday
The Senate’s Rural Skew Makes It Very Hard For Democrats To Win The Supreme Court | FiveThirtyEight
I don’t have a particularly strong take on how the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg will affect either the presidential election or the race for control of the U.S.…
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fivethirtyeight.com News Sep 17, 2020, Thursday
More And More Americans Aren’t Religious. Why Are Democrats Ignoring These Voters? | FiveThirtyEight
Democrats are once again doubling down on religion this year. Faith was on full display during the Democratic National Convention, where Joe Biden closed out th…
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fivethirtyeight.com News Jun 01, 2020, Monday
De-escalation Keeps Protesters And Police Safer. Departments Respond With Force Anyway. | FiveThirtyEight
MINNEAPOLIS — Last Wednesday, Marcell Harris was hit by a rubber bullet. He had joined the second day of protests in this city over the killing of George Floyd, a black man who died after a police officer kneeled on his neck for more than eight minutes while bystanders filmed.
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fivethirtyeight.com News Feb 18, 2020, Tuesday
6 Candidates Have Made The Nevada Debate — Including Bloomberg | FiveThirtyEight
For the first time this cycle, Michael Bloomberg will participate in a Democratic presidential primary debate — and it promises to be scrappy. The former New Yo…
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