Who would have won in 2020, had everyone voted?

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Trump. Or so I argue here, using Pew data. It’s a simple counterfactual: 2020 had a turnout between 62% and 66% (depending on how you count). That’s high by historical standards, but still leaves at least a third of the voting public out. Biden won the popular vote by 4 points: what would the result have looked like, had turnout been 100%? The rationale behind this counterfactual being the simple assumption that 100% turnout might not be necessarily better, but it sure is more representative...
Original languageEnglish
Publication date19 Mar 2024
Publication statusPublished - 19 Mar 2024

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futura: bioethics & philosophy, 19.3.2024

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