FiveThirtyEight: Re-introducing our Swing-O-Matic interactive

Andrei Scheinkman introduces the relaunched Swing-O-Matic interactive that shows how different demographic groups can affect this year's presidential election.
1:13 | 06/17/18

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Transcript for FiveThirtyEight: Re-introducing our Swing-O-Matic interactive
Last week the union launched by 38 swing an attic and interactive graphic that lets you explore a different demographic groups could affect the 25 you know. We started with the results of the tiny town election. And looked at the support each candidate had among different demographic groups we then adjusted numbers based on how the population shifted. Over the past the biggest change we made it that we added option to break down white voters agenda for example. We adjust the white male vote from 61% to 58 protect from. He wins the election with 292. Total votes for 245. But. If you adjust the white women vote for come I just one percentage point from 55 to 54%. Colorado Pennsylvania flit back to Clinton's column. And she wins with 2750. You can check it out faceoff and see a different demographic groups and affect the election and I think it.

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