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The nationwide generic ballot average shows Democrats leading Republicans by 6.5 percentage points, though that margin would not be enough to overcome the 8-point victory Donald Trump had in 2016, assuming a similar electorate.
His Hall of Fame voting percentage continues to rise (albeit minutely on the most recent ballot) as a batch of younger writers, who care more about statistics than how they were obtained, have joined the electorate.
More than 40 percent of the electorate in the primaries are still undecided.
The move is part of a commitment that its parent company, Google, made last year when it was hauled before congressional investigators looking into Russian tampering with the U.S. electorate.
That angered its conservative electorate (see article).
Some other quick takes on the 2018 vote: • The hopes of Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens to get voted into the Hall by the writers rests with how quickly new voters join the BBWAA electorate.
Every campaign will argue it’s fighting to win votes across the state, but this is an area where candidates will clearly be competing for the attention of the electorate.
Last year, Facebook disclosed that Russian agents had used the network to spread inflammatory posts to polarize the American electorate.
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