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A Statistical Handbook of the 2016 US Presidential Election: The Triumph of Fishtown

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A Statistical Handbook of the 2016 US Presidential Election: The Triumph of Fishtown cover image A Statistical Handbook of the 2016 US Presidential Election: The Triumph of Fishtown cover image A Statistical Handbook of the 2016 US Presidential Election: The Triumph of Fishtown cover image
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by: Mark Crankshaw
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Publication Date: August 18, 2017
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 555
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781947778283
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The 2016 US Presidential Election was perhaps the most divisive in modern US history. The 2016 campaign laid bare a nation bitterly divided along racial, ethnic, class and ideological lines. It revealed that rural and urban America have inexorably drifted apart not only in lifestyle but economically and politically as well. A growing populist backlash against the dominant Liberal media and the wealthy urban elite had caught the political establishment by surprise with Brexit. The 2016 US Election would do that same.

This statistical handbook provides the historical context of the Election and an explanation for the unexpected Election outcome. The Handbook also provides detailed Election statistics and maps for each State as well as for over 320 regions across the country.
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Mark Crankshaw is a graduate of Cornell University and the London School of Economics and works as a Mathematical Statistician in Washington DC.