Wednesday, November 16, 2016

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


2016 update:  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (100% reporting)

2012-2016 % change in vote by party
  •  +15.9%  Republicans
  •   -16.0%  Democrats
Third party tallies
  • Gary Johnson 701 (4%) 
  • Jill Stein 229 (1%)

County rankings of vote change by party

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


Source:  Wikipedia  (rotation added)

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)
Iowa County.  (11/13/2016)
Iron County.  (11/13/2016)
Jackson County.  (11/14/2016)
Jefferson County.  (11/14/2016)
Juneau County.  (11/14/2016)
Kenosha County.   (11/14/2016)
Kewaunee County.  (11/14/2016)
La Crosse County.  (11/14/2016)
Lafayette County.  (11/14/2016)
Langlade County.  (11/15/2016)
Lincoln County.  (11/15/2016)
Manitowoc County.  (11/15/2016)
Marathon County.  (11/15/2016)
Marinette County.  (11/15/2016)
Menominee County.  (11/15/2016)
Milwaukee County.  (11/15/2016)


Original 11/20/2014 post, "Monroe County, Wisconsin: The Case of the Quadrennial Democrats", starts here.

2008-2010 drop in Democratic voter participation:  49% vs. 12.6% for Republican
2012-2014 drop in Democratic voter participation:  33% vs. 13.3% for Republicans.

Walker's vote total increased by 11% in 2014 compared to 2010.  Mary Burke received 23% more votes than Tom Barrett in 2010.

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

Source:  Wikipedia


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