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The Science Of Elections

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‘Heartbeat’ Bills Get the Science of Fetal Heartbeats All Wrong
(May 2019) Last week, Georgia governor Brian Kemp—the narrow winner over Stacey Abrams in a contentious, sketchy election last year—signed into . Less straightforward, though, is the science. What the bills

How the science of predicting an election has changed in India
(May 2019) New Delhi: As the seven-phase Lok Sabha elections enter their last leg, all eyes are on psephologists — the people who predict elections by conducting pre-poll surveys and exit polls. Be it stars like

Election 2019: What happened to the climate change vote we heard about?
on 19th of May 2019 In this election, Australians were suddenly faced with a prospective . Matt McDonald is and associate professor in the School of Political Science and International Studies at the University of

“This is how science works:” Error leads to recall of paper linking Jon Stewart and election results
(May 2019) Jon Stewart is a powerful figure in American media. How powerful is he? So powerful that his departure in 2015 as host of The Daily Show on Comedy Central may have tipped the 2016 presidential

EU elections 2019: Rise of nationalist trends and populism in Europe challenges the EU edifice
(May 2019) However, it is not the first time that such an outcome occurs showing that populists will clearly benefit from the upcoming EU elections. According to political science, these elections have been

USU science dean elected to the National Academy of Sciences
(May 2019) Hagan never anticipated the election for herself, but she said she views it as . Hagan was named dean of the College of Science in 2015 and joined USU after serving as interim director of the

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