Readers:

Some of you may be wondering why I am devoting my blog posts lately to the midterm election that just occurred. My reasoning for this is that I think some of the most creative data visualizations are created right before and after a major election cycle.

Today, I am showcasing some charts that were created by The New York Times which illustrate how voting blocs have shifted from the 1980s to now.

I found these to be very interesting and important.

I hope you enjoy reviewing these.

Regards,

Michael

Voting Bloc - Age

Voting Bloc - Income

Voting Bloc - Race'

Voting Bloc - White Women

Voting Bloc - Women Democrats

Source: K.K. Rebecca Lai and Allison McCann, Exit Polls: How Voting Blocs Have Shifted From the ’80s to Now, The New York Times, November 7, 2018, https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/11/07/us/elections/house-exit-polls-analysis.html.

 

 

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