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ELECTION 2016: Election Analysis
A collection of resources for research and analysis about the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election.
Polls, Public Opinion & Demographics
Candidates & Debates
270 to Win
Focuses on the movement of the electoral votes, particularly the 270 votes needed to win the majority of the electoral votes (out of 538 total).
Sabato's Crystal Ball
Larry Sabato is a professor at UVa; this website focuses on the current aspects of the presidential campaign, including the current Electoral College coverage and in-depth analysis.
The Cook Political Report (free version only)
Provides analysis and predictions of the likely outcome of elections.
Site founded by Nate Silver that focuses on data analysis and interpretation of what the numbers mean.
Non-profit, non-partisan resources tracking campaign donations & lobbying in the US:
Campaign Finance Data (Federal Election Commission)
See how money is raised and spent in federal elections
Tracks the money in politics and its effect on elections and public policy.
This website is maintained by the non-partisan group Center for Responsive Politics.
Follows the connection between campaign donations and legislative votes.
Track how different legislators vote on particular bills, how these votes align with campaign contributions from interest groups & the interest groups' stances on the policies.
Tracks the lack of transparency regarding campaign donations and lobbying influence through investigational reporting and research.
National Institute on Money in State Politics
Organization tracks political donations in all 50 states, providing reports and graphics showing trends within, and across, states.
Buying Your Vote: ProPublica
Series on money in elections, PACs, and more from ProPublica, an "independent, non-profit newsroom that produces investigative journalism in the public interest."
CQ Researcher: Campaign Finance (May 6, 2016)
CQ Researcher's latest report on the issues surrounding campaign financing in the U.S.
New York Times: Election 2016
Covering the politics surrounding the presidential and congressional campaigns in 2016.
Wall Street Journal: Politics
News coverage on politics and U.S. elections.
National Public Radio: Elections
NPR coverage of the presidential campaign, including interviews with the public.
Real Clear Politics: Election 2016
Curates commentary, news, polling data, and links to important resources about politics and the election.
Slate.com: News & Politics Section
News articles and opinion pieces on aspects of the 2016 election and campaigns.
National Journal Group's Policy Central
Influential analysis covering US politics. Click on the "TwentySixteen" section for election coverage.
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