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Trump's alienation of younger voters is a generational gamble for GOP

Ronald Brownstein | December 4, 2018

The sharp turn against the Republican Party by young people in the 2018 election may be only the overture to an even greater political risk for the GOP in 2020.

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What Happened Next Tuesday

A New Way to Understand Election Results

A three-part series on MRP & the 2018 Election

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Here’s How Different Groups Really Voted in 2018

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THE DEMOGRAPHIC SURGES THAT SPURRED 2018′S HEAVY TURNOUT

Philip Bump | November 13, 2018

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The 2018 electorate was older, whiter, and better educated than in 2016

Democrats hit some of their GOTV targets but missed others.

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33 MILLION AMERICANS HAVE VOTED IN THE MIDTERMS, WITH A SURGE OF YOUNGER VOTERS

Aaron Kessler & Annie Grayer | November 6, 2018

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A WEEK LATER IT'S CLEAR THE MIDTERMS DID PRODUCE A BLUE WAVE – HERE ARE THE THREE MAIN FACTORS THAT DROVE THE DEMOCRATS' TRIUMPH

John Harwood | November 13, 2018

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WHY THE 2018 MIDTERMS MAY HAVE BEEN BLUER THAN YOU THINK

The wave looks like it was real, even in places where the candidates didn’t win.

Andrew Gelman | November 12, 2018

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FOUR WAYS THE MIDTERM RESULTS CHALLENGED CONVENTIONAL WISDOM

THE BIG IDEA: There’s a trivial debate about whether this week’s results constitute a “blue wave.

James Hohmann with Joanie Greve | November 9, 2018

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THE EARLY VOTE SUGGESTS MINORITY TURNOUT WILL BE HIGH IN 2018, BUT SO WILL TURNOUT AMONG WHITES

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