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Azor Ahai's answer covers the situation with regard to general elections, but there are also a few notable by-election results for Labour - in 1997 and 1993. Technically the 1993 result is a few votes over 2%, but it's close enough! Interestingly, both by-elections were won by the Liberal Democrats. The worst result for the Conservatives in terms of vote-...


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Before 1955 I don't know enough about UK politics to know whether Conservative and Labour were both major parties, but in 1918 the Conservatives received 1.1% of the vote in Pontypridd, according to the results here. Since 1955 (Original Answer) Excepting constituencies where the Speaker was standing for reelection, I do not believe this has happened since ...


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In the fifteen counties which have made district-level results publically available, there are a total of 224 'shut-out' districts - 13 in Campden County, 128 in Essex County, 1 in Gloucester County, 40 in Hudson County, 11 in Mercer County, 14 in Passaic County, and 17 in Union County. In Atlantic, Bergen, Cape May, Cumberland, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, and ...


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Do people without children spend longer time in retirement homes? In Childless Elders in Assisted Living: Findings from the Maryland Assisted Living Study, which compared assisted living residents being childless and with children. There was no significant difference between groups in total length of stay. However, while this may be an answer to the ...


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Using Ballotpedia's list of state legislative vacancies for 2020 & 2021, we can identify a total of seven special elections for seats that were contested in the November 2020 general election which were not uncontested and did not proceed to a runoff. Of these, the average swing was 0.47 percentage points towards the Democratic candidate, while the ...


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Here are some resources, from a simple google search. No endorsement of the sources is implied. https://www.dhs.gov/immigration-statistics/yearbook/2017/table39 https://www.cato.org/blog/deportation-rates-historical-perspective https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2020/03/02/how-border-apprehensions-ice-arrests-and-deportations-have-changed-under-trump/


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No, there is little to no correlation. We can use decennial census data from 2000, demographic estimates from the American Community Survey, the MEDSL county data for the 2004 election, as well as Fox's feed for the 2020 election to investigate this. There is barely any correlation between the variables - a correlation coefficient of around 0.11, which ...


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The 2018 Election Administration and Voting Survey - conducted by the Election Assistance Commission - reports this data. A ballot cast by mail by their definition is the sum of all civilian by-mail ballots, ballots cast under the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA), and Federal Write-In Absentee Ballots (FWAB). The figure they ...


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