Sunday, November 13, 2016

Case of the Quadrennial Democrats UPDATE. The 2016 presidential election in Iowa County Wisconsin


2016 update:  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (100% reporting)

2012-2016 % change in vote by party
  •  +12.2%  Republicans
  •   -17.7%  Democrats
Third party tallies
  • Gary Johnson 456 (4%)
  • Jill Stein 112 (1%)

County rankings of vote change by party

Counties where Trump won 60% or more of the vote are highlighted. 


Original 11/9/2014 post, "Iowa County, Wisconsin: The Case of the Quadrennial Democrats", starts here.


2008-2010 drop in Democratic voter participation:  40.5% vs.1.3% increase for Republicans.
2012-2014 drop in Democratic voter participation:  27% vs. 5.3% increase for Republicans.

Walker's vote total increased by 16.7% in 2014 compared to 2010.  Mary Burke exceeded Tom Barrett's total by 25%.

2008, 2010, and 2012 election figures from the (soon-to-be-snuffed?) Government Accountability Board.  The 2014 figures are preliminary.

Source:  Wikipedia

Updated posts:
Wisconsin.  (11/9/2016)
Adams County.  (11/9/2016)
Ashland County.  (11/9/2016)
Barron County.  (11/9/2016)
Bayfield County.  (11/9/2016)
Brown County.  (11/9/2016)
Buffalo County.  (11/9/2016)
Burnett County.  (11/10/2016)
Calumet County.  (11/10/2016)
Chippewa County.  (11/10/2016)
Clark County.  (11/10/2016)
Columbia County. (11/10/2016)
Crawford County.  (11/11/2016)
Dane County. (11/11/2016)
Dodge County.  (11/11/2016)
Door County.  (11/11/2016)
Douglas County.  (11/11/2016)
Dunn County.  (11/11/2016)
Eau Claire County.  (11/11/2016)
Florence County.  (11/12/2016)
Fond du Lac County.  (11/12/2016)
Forest County.  (11/12/2016)
Grant County.  (11/13/2016)
Green County.  (11/13/2016)
Green Lake County.  (11/13/2016)

2 comments:

Aaron Camp said...

Your map incorrectly shows Green Lake County. Iowa County is the county located south of the Wisconsin River and west of Dane County.

Your vote total graph is correct, though.

Retiring Guy said...

Appreciate the correction notification. Thanks!