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Elections and statistics: the United Russia casus belli (2009-2020)

Elections and statistics: the United Russia casus belli (2009-2020)
Alexander Shen

Elections and statistics: the United Russia casus belli (2009-2020)

October 22, 2009, December 2011 through April 2012, May 2018, July 2020, September 2020

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This review collects graphs reflecting the statistics of Russian elections published in the open press and on the Internet. The meaning of these graphs is explained and the process of choosing statistical hypotheses is illustrated by their example.

The review is supplemented with materials on the next years' voting (until 2020). Some publications that appeared during this period are analyzed.

 

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