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Mr.Bakari-Sellers
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« on: February 18, 2023, 01:01:33 PM »
« edited: March 04, 2023, 07:10:22 PM by Mr.Barkari Sellers »

There is 2 yrs between now and Eday things change I keep telling them that we just voted 6 months ago

Just like Blue avatars on the Forum whom swore Rs were gonna get 230 or 240 seats act like they had a 15 seat majority
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Mr.Bakari-Sellers
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« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2023, 11:17:01 AM »

There isn't a single difference right now between the aggregate 2024 prediction and the 2020 Presidential election result, both in margins of victory and in the winner.

I wonder which state will break off first

Election results have become super inelastic in recent years, especially since 2018.  It's easier and more accurate to base predictions on demographic trends and voting history than polling data.

In terms of which states would be most likely to flip in 2024,  I would say NC for Dems and WI for Reps, but I'm not sure what odds I would give either atm (probably less than 50).

I'm not even talking about the actual election results but rather the predictions... These predictions have to change eventually that there's some small difference between the 2020 election results and 2024 election predictions (even in margin and not in winner).


I expect they'll change when we get more polling.  The actual 2024 results will be very close to last time though.  We saw how the "blue wave" in 2020 and "red wave" in 2022 materialized.  During times of hyper partisanship coupled with online echo chambers the number of swing voters really drops off.

There can be a blue wave with the same PVI 2008/12 52/46 stop worrying about a 303 map anyways we won KS 22 and we only won PVI by 0.5
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