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Sergey Shpilkin's dataset archive

Sergey Shpilkin's dataset archive

Sergey Shpilkin's dataset archive

Election investigator and physicist Sergei Shpilkin has published an array of Russian election data at http://datahub.io/
. His data can be found at: https://datahub.io/organization/ru_elections

The data set includes

  • Russian presidential elections, 2012
  • .
  • Russian State Duma Elections, 2011
  • Russian Presidential Elections, 2008
  • Elections to the State Duma of the Russian Federation, 2007
  • Presidential elections in the Russian Federation, 2004
  • Elections to the State Duma of the Russian Federation, 2003
  • Presidential elections in the Russian Federation, 2000
  • Russian State Duma elections, 1999 (about 40 per cent of PECs) 
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