Check out this elections spreadsheet calculator to examine the different pathways to an Electoral College victory.
The run on guns is historic and not a word about it in the news media. The gun owner vote must not matter, right? Look at the evidence and draw your own conclusions.
Let’s consider several data points not well publicized but could be important in the final weeks.
Photo by Keith Allison. KA Sports Photos In part 1 of this post, I outlined the costs and benefits of sports activism. In part 2, I examine data about American’s image of the sport industry. For the last 2 decades, the sports industry has enjoyed a consistently favorable image. However, in 2020 that image turnedContinue reading “Politicized sports, a knife’s edge – part 2”
Photo take by SteelCityHobbies Since the NFL kicked off its season two weeks ago, we have an unusual situation where most professional sports leagues are playing at the same time. The NBA, NHL, and WNBA playoffs are approaching their final stages. College football, the NFL and MLS are playing regular season games while the MLBContinue reading “Charts of the Week – Popular Sports and Game Action”
Electoral College Expert exposes flaws in the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact
Will there be an October surprise – A Covid-19 vaccine by November?
People think the political climate prevents them from saying things they believe – because others might find it offensive. As it turns out, social confrontation is not the only thing people are anxious about.
Do you self-censor? If so, what about free expression? Read about who is more likely to self-censor their beliefs because others might find them offensive.
Two recent surveys focused on Black American’s political attitudes. Several results are helpful when thinking about this fall’s elections. Written by Robert Rodriguez and Mark Joslyn
Several results from a recent YouGov Survey caught my eye. Thought you might find them interesting. I examined Independent voters…
In my last post, I examined increases in voter turnout and concluded that American democracy appeared strong and vigorous. Critics, however, dispute this claim by comparing U.S. voter turnout to other developed countries. The comparison typically draws a much less favorable portrait of American democracy. So let’s consider that comparison. Voter turnout by countryContinue reading “A Vigorous and Strong Democracy?”
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