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How would be past elections in 2021?


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I used linear regression in many issues from Isidewith state by state to understand candidates platform, and where they would have better results. We can estimate all states easily, even if they werent in USA yet. Sorry for being so much time out of the forum. I can do other elections after.

1828 election in 2021 (A.Jackson vs. J.Q.Adams)

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State A.Jackson Advantage
Alabama 54.54
Alaska 27.22
Arizona 21.29
Arkansas 37.20
California -29.44
Colorado -9.49
Connecticut 9.59
Delaware 14.72
District of Columbia -21.51
Florida 21.94
Georgia 16.23
Hawaii -17.80
Idaho 31.49
Illinois -7.68
Indiana[20] 12.27
Iowa 17.25
Kansas 37.99
Kentucky 31.34
Louisiana 46.23
Maine -0.32
Maryland 2.07
Massachusetts -28.00
Michigan 1.42
Minnesota -1.83
Mississippi 77.01
Missouri 20.58
Montana 41.31
Nebraska 20.58
Nevada 4.60
New Hampshire -1.26
New Jersey 12.76
New Mexico 21.37
New York -3.00
North Carolina 21.22
North Dakota 58.96
Ohio[20] 25.56
Oklahoma 26.36
Oregon -23.43
Pennsylvania[20] 22.96
Rhode Island[20] 2.07
South Carolina 38.63
South Dakota 50.57
Tennessee 27.07
Texas 15.44
TOTALS: 7.13
Utah 3.16
Vermont[20] -37.03
Virginia 9.59
Washington -17.73
West virginia 43.77
wisconsin 19.78
wyoming 60.54
 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
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