Why Democrats Can't Blame Gerrymandering
The Upshot's Nate Cohn has a nice item explaining why gerrymandering isn't responsible for Republican majorities in the House (for more on this argument, see an old John Sides post). Dave Weigel has a good response, arguing that yes, gerrymandering is the culprit. Who is correct? They both are! But Cohn is, on the whole, more correct.
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