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Figures 1.1. Florida population since 1850 17 1.2. Florida electoral votes, 1852–2022 17 1.3. Electoral votes of the twelve largest states: 2016 and projected 2022 18 1.4. Electoral votes of battleground states: 2016 and projected 2022 19 1.5. Margin of victory for the winning president in the most competitive states: Average and standard deviation, 1996 to 2016 21 1.6. Most visited battleground states: Cumulative general election campaigns, 2004–2016 24 1.7. Number of candidate campaign visits: General election, 2004– 2016 25 1.8. Percentage of money spent on campaign advertising in battleground states: 2004–2016 26 3.1. Party winner of presidential vote in 2012 and 2016 54 3.2. Change in the two-party presidential vote between 2012 and 2016 55 4.1. Florida voter registration by media market, November 2016 78 4.2. Florida voter registration by party affiliation, November 2016 78 4.3. Republican presidential preference primary results and turnout rate 84 4.4. Democratic presidential preference primary results and turnout rate 84 4.5. Timeline of candidate visits to Florida: 2016 85 viii · Figures 4.6. Candidate events by media market: Florida 86 4.7. General election results and voter turnout 93 4.8. Statewide versus I-4 corridor presidential election results 93 4.9. Turnout patterns in the general election by media market 97 4.10. Voter turnout in the general election by party affiliation 98 4.11. Margin of victory in Florida media markets in the 2012 and 2016 general elections 99 4.12. Vote share of the Democratic presidential candidate in the 2012 and 2016 general elections 99 4.13. Voter turnout in the 2016 general election by race/ethnicity 100 4.14. Voter turnout in the 2016 general election by generation 100 4.15. Voter turnout in the 2016 general election by gender 102 5.1. Proportion identifying as Hispanic by county (1990) 111 5.2. Proportion identifying as Hispanic by county (2010) 112 5.3. Most populous Hispanic group by county (1990) 113 5.4. Most populous Hispanic group by county (2010) 114 5.5. Correlations of Democratic per-county party vote share and Hispanic population 116 5.6. Correlations of Democratic per-county party vote share and subgroup population 117 5.7. Support for candidates broken down by partisan registration 123 6.1. Early in-person voting in 2016 and 2012 139 6.2. Vote-by-mail voting in 2016 and 2012 141 6.3. Percent change in early in-person aggregate hours and turnout, 2012–2016 144 6.4. Percent change in early in-person hours and turnout by racial and ethnic groups, 2012–2016 146 6.5. Percent vote-by-mail ballots cast out of total ballots cast, by county, 2016 149 ...

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ISBN
9780813057040
Related ISBN
9780813056234
MARC Record
OCLC
1087503043
Pages
202
Launched on MUSE
2019-02-25
Language
English
Open Access
No
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