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NEW YORK — Election night has brought a steady drumbeat of buzz from political and policy organizations across the country — from polls, radio interviews, blogs and social media — to announce the results of the Nov. 4 presidential election, and to highlight the wide variety of ways in which Americans voted.
Here’s a sampling of our coverage from around the country.
For those who didn’t watch the broadcast of the election on MSNBC — as that segment was cut short because of what appeared to be a serious technical malfunction — here’s an overview of the political impact of the results, with our interactive analysis, from the University of Virginia Center for Politics:
Our interactive, which focuses on vote share by congressional district — or in this case, swing district — will be updated as more data becomes available. The last update (in April, by data-mined precinct results) showed swing districts had led by 11 to 13 points. In the final day, our numbers showed swing districts led by 10 and 12 points respectively. Here, for instance, is a table from a data-driven estimate by the Center for Politics that estimated the difference in the outcome between Obama and Romney:
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We have more important information than most people realize. And you deserve the chance to see and evaluate that.
[Editor’s note: We’ve updated the graphic below to include new data from our tracking site on Tuesday night.]
For those looking for answers about what we mean when we say swing district, we’ve got you covered in our interactive, here. If you’re interested in how swing districts are defined, as a range of pre더킹카지노cincts — or if you want to get a better picture of what we meant when we said swing district, please go to www.totemcast.org for our complete coverage of the elections in each of the swing districts.
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