The shift to the Rs represents just over 1/2 of 1% of all state legislative seats (i.e., (44) / (7,297)). Interesting, 12 House state legislative chambers and 2 Senate state legislative chambers are controlled by 5 or fewer seats. Small changes in seat distribution can have highly significant effects.
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A bit O/T, but here’s an explanation for opinion poll bias (in the UK).
Dearie, something like that was said of Labour’s 1945 win. The Tory politicians were still in the military overseas and the Labour pols were at home.
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