[R] analyzing results from Tuesday's US elections
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Mon Nov 9 15:23:17 CET 2020
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On Mon, 9 Nov 2020 00:53:46 -0500
Matthew McCormack <mccormack using molbio.mgh.harvard.edu> wrote:
> You can try here: https://decisiondeskhq.com/
> I think they have what you are looking for. From their website:
> "Create a FREE account to access up to the minute election results
> and insights on all U.S. Federal elections. Decision Desk HQ &
> Øptimus provide live election night coverage, race-specific results
> including county-level returns, and exclusive race probabilities for
> key battleground races."
> Also, this article provides a little, emphasis on little, of
> statistical analysis of election results, but it may be a place to
> On 11/8/20 11:25 PM, Bert Gunter wrote:
> > External Email - Use Caution
> > NYT had interactive maps that reported votes by county. So try
> > contacting them.
> > Bert
> > On Sun, Nov 8, 2020, 8:10 PM Abby Spurdle <spurdle.a using gmail.com>
> > wrote:
> >>> such a repository already exists -- the NY Times, AP, CNN, etc.
> >>> etc.
> >> already have interactive web pages that did this
> >> I've been looking for presidential election results, by
> >> ***county***. I've found historic results, including results for
> >> 2016.
> >> However, I can't find such a dataset, for 2020.
> >> (Even though this seems like an obvious thing to publish).
> >> I suspect that the NY Times has the data, but I haven't been able
> >> to work where the data is on their website, or how to access it.
> >> More ***specific*** suggestions would be appreciated...?
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