From Decision Desk HQ:
- Since the 1970s when they were first used nationally, exit polls have been an invaluable tool to understand voters’ views.
- In this report, we examine how more than 50 different groups of voters have voted in the past 13 presidential elections. To name a few groups, we look at men and women, married and not married voters, voters across various regions, and voters by age, race and ethnicity, religion, and partisan and ideological affiliation.
- This AEI Public Opinion Study is a unique historical compilation and includes an interview with Joe Lenski, Edison Research’s cofounder and executive vice president, who discusses the challenges COVID-19 posed to the exit poll and the future of the consortium going forward.
Updated: U.S. House Special Elections, 1957-Presenthttps://t.co/q5mmq1eQyO— Greg Giroux (@greggiroux) January 12, 2022
- The folks at Daily Kos Elections have begun releasing their tables showing how much of the population of newly-drawn congressional districts comes from existing districts. As an example, they show the results of the redistricting process in Oregon, which added a sixth district.
- The trouble I have in picking a political email of the week is that there are so many to choose from. So this might sound like a cop-out, but this week I’m letting you choose. This is very much a work in progress, but here’s a searchable database of the political emails that I’ve been getting over the past few years, more than 103,000 so far