- n. Plural form of electorate.
“Seniors always constitute a disproportionate share of midterm electorates, and Democrats concerned about next year's congressional contests would do themselves a major favor by passing a bill that reduced the costs of seniors 'medications.”
“Midterm electorates tend to skew significantly older than those in presidential years.”
“Reid, though, will be mindful that mid-term electorates are typically older than presidential-year ones.”
“In July, he wrote about "the very different demographic composition of midterm versus presidential electorates, which is especially important this year, given the high correlation of the 2008 vote with age (at least among white voters), and the heavy shift towards older voters in midterms.”
“The back and forth probably benefits both candidates by boosting them with their respective primary electorates, which is probably why both sides are happy to play this game”
“Meanwhile, worth noting: The back and forth probably benefits both candidates by boosting them with their respective primary electorates, which is probably why both sides are happy to play this game. print share”
“I think an election that counts the votes of all of the electorates should be the order of the day.”
“Che's economically paranoid anticapitalist doctrines have considerable appeal among Latin American electorates.”
“But midterm electorates typically skew older and whiter than those in presidential years. ”
“He will obviously talk to them about the opportunities the Partnership offers to them, and how they can take it and make it something really very interesting to them and interesting to their electorates, which is not unimportant to politicians.”
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