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Spatial Analysis of Presidential Elections

Authors: John Heppen*, University of Wisconsin, River Falls
Topics: Political Geography, Spatial Analysis & Modeling, Historical Geography
Keywords: Electoral Geography, Political Geography, Spatial Analysis
Session Type: Poster
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This poster will present a spatial analysis of the recent presidential elections at the state and county-level for the nation excluding Alaska and Hawaii since they are non-contiguous. At the state-level the popular vote for Democrats since 2000 has remained at a moderate level of spatial auto-correlation as measured by Moran’s I after declining the previous four elections.

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