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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «VOTE-LOSER» OVER TIME
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about vote-loser
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «VOTE-LOSER»
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Three times in our history— 1824, 1876 and 1888 — the popular vote loser was
elected President.6 In fifteen elections a shift of less than 1 per cent of the
national vote cast would have made the popular-vote loser President. Second,
In 1976 Eugene McCarthy could have drawn enough popular votes from Carter
in key states so as to make Ford, the popular vote loser, an electoral college
winner. McCarthy appears to have tipped the balance in favor of Ford in several ...
Why the Electoral College Is Bad for America: Second Edition
Near Misses Only sheer luck has saved the nation from additional instances of an
electoral college victory for the popular vote loser. Statistical models show that
there is a high probability that the popular vote loser will win the electoral college
George C. Edwards, 2011
Rethinking American Electoral Democracy
Edwards also notes 15 other presidential raceswhere achange of roughly75,000
votes orless in severalstates would haveledtoa popular vote winner, electoral
vote loser(p. 53). 31. Rakove, “Accidental Electors,” p.A35. 32. Lind, “75Stars.” 33
Matthew J. Streb, 2008
The Spanish Civil War and the British Left: Political ...
terms of Catholic anger over the Labour policy on Spain.84 The key year for the
issue as a vote loser for Labour was 1936, when news of church burnings and
priest killings was most fresh (despite Labour's support for Non-Intervention at the
Lewis Mates, 2007
"Only sheer luck", says Mr. Peirce, "has saved the nation from the choice of the
popular- vote loser in the electoral college in several recent elections." "If history
and mathematics can be our guide," the author states, "the country will run a high
The Great Game of Politics: Why We Elect, Whom We Elect
... Pinckney D. Clinton R. King unopposed Republican Federalist Federalist
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5.8 84.8 42.6 17.9 67.4 97.9 Election of Party Xof Popular Vote Loser Party
Dick Stoken, 2004
Elections as Instruments of Democracy: Majoritarian and ...
... close correspondence to the majoritarian ideal but substantial distance from
the proportional ideal. The other symbols show various forms of failure: plurality
vote winner forms a minority government (open square); plurality vote loser forms
G. Bingham Powell, 2000
The Longest Night: Polemics and Perspectives on Election 2000
Now, if all the states adopted the Maine-Nebraska formula, then the likelihood
that the popular vote loser would win a majority of electors would be greatly
diminished. Another possibility along similar lines would be for states to
Arthur J. Jacobson, Michel Rosenfeld, 2002
The Politics of the Rope: The Campaign to Abolish Capital ...
It would, he felt, be impossible to quantify the extent of vote-loss but it was
probably only a very minor vote-loser given that few people would have decided
their vote on the issue. Interview with Stan Newens, MEP, 9th April 1999.
Neville Twitchell, 2012
9 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «VOTE-LOSER»
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Andy Burnham: I knew 'spiteful' mansion tax was toxic when mum …
... leadership, has described Ed Miliband's flagship mansion tax policy as “spiteful” and disclosed that his mother telephoned him to warn it was a vote-loser. «Telegraph.co.uk, Jun 15»
Scottish Labour: Inside the campaign from hell
The former MP was said to be a vote-loser on the doorsteps and that a big chunk of the electorate, for whatever reason, refuses to give him a hearing. «Herald Scotland, May 15»
Backstabbing slur an own goal for the Conservatives
It mattered in '87, for example, when the Conservatives majored on Labour's nuclear policy, which would seem to have been a vote-loser for Labour back then.". «Brunel University News, Apr 15»
Poll: Voters prefer pro-wind farm MPs
"This poll shows that anti-onshore wind policy is a clear vote-loser, with Conservative, Labour and Lib Dem voters turned off by anti-onshore rhetoric," said ... «Business Green, Jul 14»
Badger cull roll out 'will lose Tories votes' in Middle England, warn …
Their founder, Lorraine Platt, said told ministers that they risked the badger cull being a vote-loser – even in rural Tory seats – and cited a YouGov poll carried ... «Western Daily Press, May 14»
A Tory all-women short list would be wrong: quotas are a vote-loser …
"We want… to ensure… every selection final has both male and female representation. This would allow Associations a better choice and to see both men and ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Apr 14»
Turks Doubling Money Under Erdogan Means Graft No Vote-Loser
Supporters of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) celebrate the results of local elections in Istanbul. Photographer: MIRA/AFP via Getty Images ... «Bloomberg, Apr 14»
Amnesty is a vote-killer for GOP, says WashPo poll
A new poll by the Washington Post shows that amnesty is a vote-loser for GOP legislators. The poll of 1,002 adults shows that pluralities of independents and ... «Daily Caller, Mar 14»
Comment: The battle for Labour's secular soul
It is hard to believe it would be a vote-loser for Labour to support a truly inclusive school system, or to stand up for the rights of teachers to be free from ... «Politics.co.uk, Jul 13»
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