Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Incredible 2016 Presidential Election Map By Precinct [Democrats Are In HUGE Trouble]

Ryne Rohla at Decision Desk HQ set out to model American voting patterns, by burrowing down to the most localized, nuanced metric available: local precincts. This is something few, if any, have ever attempted do. He explains in his piece entitled, “Creating a National Precinct Map”
In January 2011, I sent an email to the Washington State Democratic Party asking about precinct results from the 2008 presidential caucus race. State party chairman Jaxon Ravens replied simply with the question, “Why would you want them?” As he reminded me, the precinct results had no bearing on delegate allocation or the eventual party nominee. My nineteen-year-old self struggled to articulate a satisfying answer.
What I failed to put into words was that election results show so much more than simply who won and lost a constitutionally-legitimized popularity contest. Election results lay bare the souls of its voters, translating millions of individual hopes, dreams, fears, aspirations, and biases into tangible, observable quantities. No census or survey can truly capture that singular moment of personal truth which occurs in the ballot box. We can identify your race, your income, a list of a thousand other measurable values which statistically imply the outcome of this moment, but as deterministic as we might try to make it seem, it always comes down to a final act of free will. These individual acts sum to make manifest the inner milieu of a people at a particular moment in time, a secular sacrament ordaining to our political priesthood.

After spending most of my spare time in 2015 working on a global religion map, the 2016 Presidential Primaries rolled around, and I decided to go for it: I would do everything in my power to create a national precinct map. I didn’t have a team of researchers. I didn’t have aides. I didn’t have much extra money. I didn’t have connections. But for some reason, I thought I could do it anyway.

Hundreds of emails and phone calls and months of work later, here’s what I came up with: [the map above is his final result]
Remember, Hillary only received more votes, because in the last week, her campaign believed they would win the electoral College vote, but lose the popular vote. So they sunk $10 million in NY and Ca to bump up the vote. Well, they got the popular vote, but lost the EC. Had Trump needed the popular vote he would have spent money in both Ca and NY and would have won both the popular and RC. Another interesting tidbit about the popular vote is that, as I said Clinton won the popular vote, but because she isolated her money in the LA area, 63% of the 3 million votes she beat Trump by all came from Los Angeles County, CA.
National Popular vote
65,853,516 Clinton
62,984,825 Trump
2,768,691 Clinton Margin nationally
Los Angles County
2,464,364 Clinton
769,743 Trump

The gif below show hows the voting patterns in Presidential years have changed by precinct from 2008 to 2012 and then to 2016

The Democratic Party has lost seats from coast to coast on every level, all the way down to dog catcher. Even in small coastal towns in Northern Ca that have been havens for leftist, Republicans have been winning control of city councils. Nit that it makes much difference in Ca state wide races, but it gives you an idea of how fly over america has awoken and the Democrats are facing an uncertain future across the country, as the democrats become a Huge Metropolis party that has lost the heartland and the common working man of America. According to Fox News, the last eight years have proved disastrous for the Democratic Party, handing them over 1,000 losses nationally:
The Democratic Party suffered huge losses at every level during Obama’s West Wing tenure. The grand total: a net loss of 1,042 state and federal Democratic posts, including congressional and state legislative seats, governorships and the presidency.

The latter was perhaps the most profound example of Obama's popularity failing to translate to support for his allies. Hillary Clinton, who served as secretary of state under Obama, brought the first family out for numerous campaign appearances. In September, Obama declared that his “legacy’s on the ballot.”

Less than two months later, Americans voted for Donald Trump.
From every angle, the Democratic Party looks like they're in an uphill climb, even all the way down to the local precinct level. The 2016 election results tells us that the defeat the Democrat Party suffered this election, along with both the 2010 and 2014 election's, are so devastating that the Democrats have become a bi-coastal minority party of fascist wannabes.

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