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Demographic clustering, more than redistricting, produced House Republican majority

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Political scientists Jowei Chen and Jonathan Rodden, writing in The New York Times, argue that Republicans won their majority in the House of Representatives in 2012 not so much because of favorable redistricting as from the clustering of Democratic voters. They developed an algorithm that allowed them to construct thousands of congressional redistricting plans for each relevant state (states...

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