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Party divisions and control of the house and senate.pdf

The Democrats have held control of the House of Representatives for 41 of the last 76 congresses, or 54% of the time. For 22 of those 76 congresses ( or 29% ...

Compare monthly trends in other indicators according to whether Republicans did or did not have control of the US Senate, by holding down the control (Ctrl) ...

In contrast to the house, the Democrats held a majority in the senate for only 32 of the 76 congresses since 1857, or 42% of the time.

If we put everything together in our final index, the GOP has a Trende-Byler score of 36.0, the highest score for the GOP since 1928 (when it scored a ...

Likewise, in the governorships, the GOP emerged from 2016 stronger than it was after 2014. This is unsurprising, since Democrats were reduced to just 16 ...

This chart does support the Drum/Klein claim that government spending increased more under George W. Bush than under Bill Clinton. Especially in light of ...

Historical graph of party control of the Senate, House, and Presidency.[40] Since 1980, the Democrats have held the Presidency for four terms, ...

1990

Will Democrats win back the House in 2018? Here's which House races could be competitive. - Washington Post

Southern House standing committee chairs by year and party

Historical graph of party control of the Senate, the House of Representatives, and Presidency

Does the number of congressional seats won reflect the popular vote? A look at Democrats

2018 Senate Forecast

Voter turnout comparison.JPG

The House, Senate and presidential charts pretty much speak for themselves:

What's interesting to look at are the patterns: the emergence of the two- party system, with sporadic election of independents and third-parties.

This structuring of the data still shows a secular rise in the amount of inflation-adjusted per capita federal spending. But in the Clinton administration, ...

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(Historic charts show the party control as of January in each year.)

Democrats will control Colorado's government for the first time since 1936. Here's a chart showing historical trends. – The Colorado Sun

There is no conclusive evidence suggesting the president's party has any statistically significant impact on U.S. equity market returns (see Campbell and Li ...

Two patterns to note. The first is that the Democrats surged into power in 2006 and 2008, winning seats in elections that would normally have leaned to the ...

Campaign finance in Congressional elections

It wasn't enough to stanch the bleeding in the House, however. Republicans on Tuesday lost at least 27 House seats, with some results still pending.

In September, we looked at the slow trend away from white men in Congress, anticipating likely winners in November. Here is the overall trend on gender and ...

Democratic win changes Senate, impacts Trump

The data for the current partisan breakdown in each chamber comes from the National Conference of State Legislatures; seats that are vacant or held by ...

Key races to watch in the Senate in 2018

Political polarization in Congress and changing voting alignments

(Historic charts show the party control as of January in each year.)

The minority majorityAmerica's electoral system gives the Republicans advantages over Democrats

What's at stake in the midterms?

History of the United States House of Representatives

What Jeff Flake's retirement foretells about the Senate in 2018

2020 Senate elections map: A difficult year for Democrats (again) - Washington Post

Confirmations for the sitting Supreme Court justices were not nearly as partisan as Judge Gorsuch's - Washington Post

As of August 2017, the party breakdown has shifted to a Republican majority in ...

S&P 500* Percent Change and Political Party

Gubernatorial and legislative party control of state government

In 2011 — so, in this Congress — the House set a new record on that measure, with 75.8 percent of its roll call votes pitting Democrats and Republicans ...

This case meets the minimum for “extended” by getting to 4 years (although technically they almost had 6 full years as only 1 independent tipped the senate ...

In the 1990s, the dot-com bubble made divided government — the White House controlled by one party and Congress by the other — look great.

2018 Governors Forecast

How "Red" or "Blue" are Michigan's Political Maps and Election Results? [ CHARTS] | WDET

For simplicity here, I'm grouping the non-Democratic parties (the Federalists, the Whigs, and John Quincy Adams's National Republicans) under the same ...

How to flip the House

GOP lawmaker: Trump complicates 2018 midterms

Which elections for governor and state legislatures in 2018 could affect redistricting? - Washington Post

How much money, and how many staff people, does it take to keep Congress up and running? Chapter 5 enumerates the size of congressional staff—for individual ...

Graph by Lee Drutman. Source: Brookings Vital Statistics on Congress, CNN Congressional Retirements tracker

The mean score over time is -3 points, and the median is -6. On a 500-point scale, this is basically nothing. This is consistent with the idea that ...

It took conservatives 50 years to get a reliable majority on the Supreme Court. Here are 3 reasons why. - The Washington Post

But most Americans don't know any of this, because their leaders haven't bothered to tell them. They may have seen firsthand the number of potential ...

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Are Democrats Or Republicans Winning The Race For Congress? | FiveThirtyEight

This figure shows the seat distribution in the Dutch House of Representatives from the first general elections after the First World War (1918), ...

In a very close election, John F. Kennedy edged out Richard Nixon by a mere 112,827 votes. Though Nixon won more states (26 to 22), Kennedy triumphed in ...

POLITICO race ratings: 60 GOP House seats in danger

How Trump is shifting the most important courts in the country

The data for the current partisan breakdown in each chamber comes from the National Conference of State Legislatures; seats that are vacant or held by ...

As fewer laws are enacted, individual bills tend to grow in length

What the number says — and what it doesn't

Exit poll results: How different groups voted in Alabama

The Democratic Party Got Crushed During The Obama Presidency. Here's Why : NPR

2012 to 2001 US Labor Force and Political Party Control

Yes votes to confirm Supreme Court justices

While Republicans were potentially poised for a run of their own, their standing after the November election more closely resembled the Democrats' on the ...

Republicans

If we put everything together in our final index, the GOP has a Trende-Byler score of 36.0, the highest score for the GOP since 1928 (when it scored a ...

Electoral College Fast Facts | US House of Representatives: History, Art & Archives

Jonathan Davis Today ...

So this Congress is number one ... in being hated by their constituents. Sen. Michael Bennet of Colorado made this memorable graph of all the things that ...

The US has a complex political system

The odds that Democrats will take the House in the 2018 midterms keep looking better

Technically Republicans took control in 1895 but this graph does not start there. And While I mentioned the Panic of 1907……I will just brush off the Panic ...

Equities tend to rally

A ...

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In September, we looked at the slow trend away from white men in Congress, anticipating likely winners in November. Here is the overall trend on gender and ...

The interactive map (created with assistance from AEI's graphic design director Olivier Ballou) and table above show the number of US states during each two ...

Comparison of Senate numbers in the 44th and 45th Parliaments

Party divisions and control of the house and senate.pdf

The Democrats have held control of the House of Representatives for 41 of the last 76 congresses, or 54% of the time. For 22 of those 76 congresses ( or 29% ...

Compare monthly trends in other indicators according to whether Republicans did or did not have control of the US Senate, by holding down the control (Ctrl) ...

In contrast to the house, the Democrats held a majority in the senate for only 32 of the 76 congresses since 1857, or 42% of the time.

If we put everything together in our final index, the GOP has a Trende-Byler score of 36.0, the highest score for the GOP since 1928 (when it scored a ...

This chart does support the Drum/Klein claim that government spending increased more under George W. Bush than under Bill Clinton. Especially in light of ...

Historical graph of party control of the Senate, the House of Representatives, and Presidency

Historical graph of party control of the Senate, House, and Presidency.[40] Since 1980, the Democrats have held the Presidency for four terms, ...

Likewise, in the governorships, the GOP emerged from 2016 stronger than it was after 2014. This is unsurprising, since Democrats were reduced to just 16 ...

1990

Will Democrats win back the House in 2018? Here's which House races could be competitive. - Washington Post

What's interesting to look at are the patterns: the emergence of the two- party system, with sporadic election of independents and third-parties.

Infographic: President's Party Usually Performs Poorly In The Midterms | Statista

Southern House standing committee chairs by year and party

Does the number of congressional seats won reflect the popular vote? A look at Democrats

By the end of the George H.W. Bush presidency, representatives routinely voted with their own parties, and the ideological gap between Republicans and ...

There is no conclusive evidence suggesting the president's party has any statistically significant impact on U.S. equity market returns (see Campbell and Li ...

The House, Senate and presidential charts pretty much speak for themselves:

Democrats will control Colorado's government for the first time since 1936. Here's a chart showing historical trends. – The Colorado Sun

Voter turnout comparison.JPG

Click to View Power BI Application

It wasn't enough to stanch the bleeding in the House, however. Republicans on Tuesday lost at least 27 House seats, with some results still pending.

Two patterns to note. The first is that the Democrats surged into power in 2006 and 2008, winning seats in elections that would normally have leaned to the ...

2018 Senate Forecast

(Historic charts show the party control as of January in each year.)

If Democrats held the governor's seat through May and the GOP the rest of the year, it's red. Click to make it bigger, by the way. It's a lot of data.

This structuring of the data still shows a secular rise in the amount of inflation-adjusted per capita federal spending. But in the Clinton administration, ...

The new Congress is 80 percent white, 80 percent male and 92 percent Christian - The Washington Post

What's at stake in the midterms?

Democratic win changes Senate, impacts Trump

The minority majorityAmerica's electoral system gives the Republicans advantages over Democrats

Key races to watch in the Senate in 2018

(Historic charts show the party control as of January in each year.)

History of the United States House of Representatives

What Jeff Flake's retirement foretells about the Senate in 2018

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In 2011 — so, in this Congress — the House set a new record on that measure, with 75.8 percent of its roll call votes pitting Democrats and Republicans ...

The data for the current partisan breakdown in each chamber comes from the National Conference of State Legislatures; seats that are vacant or held by ...

As of August 2017, the party breakdown has shifted to a Republican majority in ...

2020 Senate elections map: A difficult year for Democrats (again) - Washington Post

Partisan hatred, a short history thereof

Confirmations for the sitting Supreme Court justices were not nearly as partisan as Judge Gorsuch's - Washington Post

2018 House Forecast

Campaign finance in Congressional elections

Gubernatorial and legislative party control of state government

S&P 500* Percent Change and Political Party

How "Red" or "Blue" are Michigan's Political Maps and Election Results? [ CHARTS] | WDET

This figure shows the seat distribution in the Dutch House of Representatives from the first general elections after the First World War (1918), ...

EXPRESS

2018 Governors Forecast

This case meets the minimum for “extended” by getting to 4 years (although technically they almost had 6 full years as only 1 independent tipped the senate ...

In the 1990s, the dot-com bubble made divided government — the White House controlled by one party and Congress by the other — look great.

Take back your news.

How to flip the House

For simplicity here, I'm grouping the non-Democratic parties (the Federalists, the Whigs, and John Quincy Adams's National Republicans) under the same ...

Which elections for governor and state legislatures in 2018 could affect redistricting? - Washington Post

GOP lawmaker: Trump complicates 2018 midterms

Graph by Lee Drutman. Source: Brookings Vital Statistics on Congress, CNN Congressional Retirements tracker

House Speaker Ryan1

But most Americans don't know any of this, because their leaders haven't bothered to tell them. They may have seen firsthand the number of potential ...

Are Democrats Or Republicans Winning The Race For Congress? | FiveThirtyEight

The mean score over time is -3 points, and the median is -6. On a 500-point scale, this is basically nothing. This is consistent with the idea that ...

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Carter and Ford split America down the middle

2012 to 2001 US Labor Force and Political Party Control

While Republicans were potentially poised for a run of their own, their standing after the November election more closely resembled the Democrats' on the ...

The data for the current partisan breakdown in each chamber comes from the National Conference of State Legislatures; seats that are vacant or held by ...

So this Congress is number one ... in being hated by their constituents. Sen. Michael Bennet of Colorado made this memorable graph of all the things that ...

The US has a complex political system

Jonathan Davis Today ...

As fewer laws are enacted, individual bills tend to grow in length

The odds that Democrats will take the House in the 2018 midterms keep looking better

It took conservatives 50 years to get a reliable majority on the Supreme Court. Here are 3 reasons why. - The Washington Post

A ...

Electoral College Fast Facts | US House of Representatives: History, Art & Archives

The Democratic Party Got Crushed During The Obama Presidency. Here's Why : NPR

History break: As McDonald's chart shows, in the early decades of the republic, midterm elections typically drew more voters than presidential contests.

If we put everything together in our final index, the GOP has a Trende-Byler score of 36.0, the highest score for the GOP since 1928 (when it scored a ...

The Midterm Elections: Where Things Stand

Comparison of Senate numbers in the 44th and 45th Parliaments

Chart showing distribution of tax bill in 2018, 2025, and 2027

File:The United States Legislative Process Overview (1) - Library of Congress.

Not surprisingly, in both the House and Senate ...