How the 2016 Vote Broke Down by Race, Gender, and Age (Decision Desk)

Building on some previous analysis of CCES 2016 data, I blogged about how the 2016 vote broke down by age and gender among different racial/ethnic groups over at the Decision Desk HQ. Check out the visualizations for the analysis below and the article here.

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How the 2016 Vote Broke Down by Race, Gender, and Age (Decision Desk)

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