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Who's Winning the 2016 US Presidential Election - Live Results

CBS News - 07 Nov 2016
3:12 a.m. ET CBS News projects Trump wins the 2016 presidential election. 3:04 a.m. ET Donald Trump just finished speaking to his reporters at the Hilton hotel in midtown Manhattan, declaring victory in the presidential race and confirming that Clinton ...
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Facebook opens up to researchers — but not about 2016 election

NBCNews.com - 18 Aug 2018
Last month, academic researchers got word of a tantalizing offer. Facebook said it would give them a way to study how web addresses are shared on its social network, for the first time opening a window into the spread of hoaxes, partisan news and ...
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Trump has gained among black voters since the 2016 election

CNN - 18 Aug 2018
One point may not seem like a lot, but remember that's half of Clinton's national margin in 2016. George W. Bush was able to win 2004 in part because he made a small gain among black voters similar to that Trump seems to have made since his own election.
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Election 2016 Gets a Report Card

ProPublica - 09 Aug 2018
The report, called the Election Performance Index, also found evidence of a large group of voters who cast a protest vote in 2016. The index is based on a variety of sources, including public surveys and census data. It grades each state on 17 factors ...
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The 13 best books about the 2016 presidential election

Business Insider - 29 Jul 2018
The 2016 presidential election was one of the most controversial in American history. Even though it's been almost two years since Election Day 2016, many are still hashing out what happened, and how the final result catapulted President Donald Trump ...
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Presenting the least misleading map of the 2016 election

Washington Post - 30 Jul 2018
The fundamental tension in presenting the results of an election in a map is balancing geography with population. Maps generally depict geographic areas, and votes rarely conform neatly to geographic boundaries. We're left considering maps of ...
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Truth-Testing Trump's 250-Plus Attacks on the Russia Inquiry

New York Times - 18 Aug 2018
The federal investigation into whether Russia actively sought to help Donald J. Trump win the White House in 2016 has been hanging over his head since even before the election. As president, he has repeatedly criticized the special counsel inquiry and ...
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Inside Facebook's plan to protect the US midterm elections

Recode - 17 Aug 2018
“Some of the activity is consistent with what we saw from the IRA before and after the 2016 elections,” Facebook's head of cybersecurity policy wrote in a blog post, referring to the Internet Research Agency, a Kremlin-backed online troll farm. That ...
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Majority of states now have election hacking trackers

Axios - 17 Aug 2018
Why it matters: Only 14 sensors like these were installed before the 2016 presidential elections, when Illinois and Arizona had Russian hackers break into voter registration databases and targeted 21 states' voter registration databases overall. Now ...
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An examination of the 2016 electorate, based on validated voters

Pew Research Center for the People and the Press - 09 Aug 2018
The analysis in this report uses post-election survey reports of 2016 vote preferences (conducted Nov. 29-Dec. 12, 2016) among those who were identified as having voted using official voting records. These voter file records become available in the ...
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After Russian hacker indictment, a look at Mass. election security

Milford Daily News - 19 Aug 2018
With midterm elections fast approaching, security of voting systems and voter data has emerged as a major concern across the country. “We've been working on this for some time and we've been aware of the (cyberattack) issues since the 2016 election ...
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What We Don't Know About Russian Interference in the 2016 Election

Pacific Standard - 06 Aug 2018
For another, we know from a great deal of research on elections that the effects of specific campaign events and tactics tend to be very small if they're even measurable. After all the events of the 2016 campaign, we should remember: Nine Democrats in ...
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None of the Above won the 2016 election

Boing Boing - 14 Aug 2018
A year ago, I wrote a long piece on how Trump won the election. He exploited the two parties' own longstanding, dirty tactics, which work like this: 1. Convincing your party's base that they should hold their nose and vote for you, despite your ...

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