Further Analyzing Hill's Crushing Defeat

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MC2 5678F589
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I mean, Trump won 46% of the vote. Let's not act like it was some great victory.

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PeeTex
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mattchuck2 wrote
I said she'd win the popular vote by 4%, and she won by 3%.

Pretty good prediction, if I do say so myself.
And the purveyor of fake news said:
mattchuck2 wrote
November 4th: I think Clinton will win. I'm upping my prediction from May by 1 point at Gary Johnson's expense, in light of the massive turnout for early voting in Nevada among Hispanics. Final predicton:

Clinton: 50%
Trump: 45%
Johnson: 4%
Others: 1%

Here's what I think the map will look like:



I think the Senate will be 50/50 with Democrats picking up seats in WI, NH, IL, and PA. They might get to 51 if they can sneak North Carolina in there.

The house will remain Republican, and John McCain and Marco Rubio will return to the Senate. Chuck Schumer will win by >30 points in NY.
Yea - pretty good predictions there Nostradumass

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MC2 5678F589
PeeTex wrote
Nostradumass
And now you're stealing my stupid joke!?! WTF?!

Final Tally:
Clinton: 48%
Trump: 45.9%
Johnson: 3.3%
Others: 2.7%

Not a bad prediction from me.

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Johnnyonthespot
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PeeTex wrote
mattchuck2 wrote
I said she'd win the popular vote by 4%, and she won by 3%.

Pretty good prediction, if I do say so myself.
And the purveyor of fake news said:
mattchuck2 wrote
November 4th: I think Clinton will win. I'm upping my prediction from May by 1 point at Gary Johnson's expense, in light of the massive turnout for early voting in Nevada among Hispanics. Final predicton:

Clinton: 50%
Trump: 45%
Johnson: 4%
Others: 1%

Here's what I think the map will look like:



I think the Senate will be 50/50 with Democrats picking up seats in WI, NH, IL, and PA. They might get to 51 if they can sneak North Carolina in there.

The house will remain Republican, and John McCain and Marco Rubio will return to the Senate. Chuck Schumer will win by >30 points in NY.
Yea - pretty good predictions there Nostradumass
We all know I won the election prediction contest. Go ahead, find mine and repost. I dare ya.

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MC2 5678F589
Johnny did have a pretty good guess!

Johnnyonthespot wrote


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PeeTex
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mattchuck2 wrote
PeeTex wrote
Nostradumass
And now you're stealing my stupid joke!?!
Yep - I thought it was pretty funny and deserved repeating at the right time.

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tjf1967
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Could have but it should not been remotely close.  The Republican party was on the ropes.  The primaries we're a joke, the candidate was a joke and the Dems tried shoving that pompous elitist down our throats. Now they are playing the blame game rather than figuring out where they went wrong.

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PeeTex
+1

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campgottagopee
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campgottagopee
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JTG4eva! wrote
   Evidence in the data strongly suggests it was working class white voters who voted Obama in 2012 and Trump in 2016.  

Discuss.....
From everything I've read this is true

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