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Research Reports

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  • Nebraska Profile

    Fact in focus: Nebraska Democrats regularly win at least a third of the US House vote, but have not won a seat since 1992.

  • Nevada Profile


    Fact in focus: In 2008 Nevada Democrats won 8% more US House votes than Republicans, but 33% more seats.

  • New Hampshire Profile

    Fact in focus: New Hampshire Republicans earned 47% of US House votes in 2008, but Democrats won both seats.

  • New Jersey Profile

    Fact in focus: All 11 incumbents won reelection in New Jersey's US House seats in 2008, with eight "untouchables".

  • New Mexico Profile

    Fact in focus: New Mexico Republicans won 39.4% of votes in 2008, but none of the three open US House seats.

     

  • New York Profile

    Fact in focus: New York Republicans won 31.6% of US House votes in 2008, but just three of 29 seats -- only 7% of Democratic voters failed to elect a candidate.

  • North Carolina Profile

    Fact in focus: A majority of North Carolina's US House seats were won by "untouchable" repeat landside winners.

  • North Dakota Profile

    Fact in focus: North Dakota Republicans have not won a US House or US Senate seat since 1982 despite dominating the state's presidential races.

  • Ohio Profile

    Fact in focus: Since 1998, Ohio incumbents have won 96 of 97 US House races.

     

  • Oklahoma Profile

    Fact in focus: US House incumbents in Oklahoma have won 84 straight races dating back 34 years, including 4 repeat landside winners in 2008.