NASTY TRICKSY LECTIONSES! So dirty! So FALSE! Ghosts voteses and votes sents off on boatses! PBTHHHHHHHH! PBFAAAAAAHH! Very unfairs! VERY UNFAIRS TO THE PRECIOUS! We NEEEEEEDS it! We wins it! We declairs we does! We doesssss! Nasty liddle’ Biddens FOOLS us!
— Gollum J. Trump (@realGollumTrump) November 6, 2020
A lot of people like to say the US should be split into Red America and Blue America. And they usually mean Blue = the north-east plus the west coast.
What would it look like if you split the US in two contiguous areas, forming borders from existing county borders?
A wrongful death lawsuit tied to COVID-19 infections in a Waterloo pork processing plant alleges that during the initial stages the pandemic, Tyson Foods ordered employees to report for work while supervisors privately wagered money on the number of workers who would be sickened by the deadly virus.
Lesss lissssin to Ray Wylie Hubbard!
So the basic story is that, particularly after Covid-19, Democrats got extremely excited and had very high rates of engagement. They were donating at higher rates, etc., and this translated to them also taking surveys, because they were locked at home and didn’t have anything else to do. There’s some pretty clear evidence that that’s nearly all of it: It was partisan non-response. Democrats just started taking a bunch of surveys [when they were called by pollsters, while Republicans did not].
Just to put some numbers on that, if you look at the early vote results and compare it with the crosstabs of what public polls said early voters were going to be, it’s pretty clear that early voters were considerably less Democratic than people thought. Campaign pollsters can actually join survey takers to voter files, and starting in March, the percentage of our survey takers who were, say, ActBlue donors skyrocketed. The average social trust of respondents went up, core attitudes changed — basically, liberals just started taking surveys at really high rates. That’s what happened.
So Noah grabbed two of each and then random dropped a few animals on each of the continents ? So he’s the father of biodiversity?
Let’s listen to Vulfpeck!
I’m obsessed with how good these guys are, even though the genre isn’t really my thing.