Exit Polls, Stability and the Electoral College

Jonathan Bernstein is a Bloomberg View columnist. He taught political science at the University of Texas at San Antonio and DePauw University and wrote A Plain Blog About Politics.
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1. Gary Segura and Matt Barreto of Latino Decisions strongly caution against taking the Latino vote numbers from exit polls seriously. At the Huffington Post. Strongly agree. The exit polls basically just aren't designed, for better or worse, to measure this accurately. 

2. Rick Hasen cautions Democrats against arguing that laws making it hard to vote cost them the presidential election. 

3. Julia Azari at FiveThirtyEight on why the Electoral College probably isn't going anywhere

4. Larry Bartels at the Monkey Cage sees stability in the 2016 elections.

5. Eric McGhee on the third time around for California's "top two" election system.

6. Josh Huder on the next Congress

7. Claire Cain Miller at the Upshot on women's governing styles.

8. My Bloomberg View colleague Conor Sen with a very sensible item about how Donald Trump will likely cure a lot of what ails the Democratic Party. 

9. Greg Sargent at the Plum Line on what will happen to the Dreamers -- and how it could dominate the early days of Trump's presidency.

10. And Ed Kilgore says farewell to the Clinton era of the Democratic Party.

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