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December 14, 2020 at 12:28 am
You are reading my mind.
I find it intriguing how the fresh turnout relates to polarisation, to voting manner, to election type… However, anything I could do from where I am standing is guess – while litigators in GA & elsewhere have combed through vote packets already.
Politics might be finding out to what extent it can make itself into a *democratic faith*.
Off the cuff,
On Sun, 13 Dec 2020, 12:26 Independent Indian: Work & Life of Professor Subroto Roy, wrote:
> drsubrotoroy posted: ” Yesterday I did an elementary analysis of the > American Presidential voting data across 50 States and the District of > Columbia, contrasting 2020 with 2016. It turns out to be obvious that both > sides saw massive growth from 2016. On average the recorded De” >