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Stats 2019. "Correct Answers". The most criminal EDG elections of 2019 according to EG

Stats 2019. "Correct Answers". The most criminal EDG elections of 2019 according to EG

Stats 2019. "Correct Answers". The most criminal EDG elections of 2019 according to EG

Responses to the assignment to students of the Visualizing Democracy course.

We reveal the answers to the collection of tasks on EDG-2019 for the course "Visualizing Democracy".

The collection was previously published on our website. According to our version, the most criminal gubernatorial elections of EDG-2019 were the elections in Bashkortostan, as well as in Volgograd and Kursk regions.

In this video, we'll show

  • at what percentages and with what comb the governor of Bashkortostan scratched himself 
  • at what number the unicorn horn of a unicorn from Volgograd grew
  • and which TECs issued fraud in Kursk Oblast 

Most importantly, with the help of an initial class on electoral statistics (https://youtu.be/V1FjwW6QJmw) and our website you can replicate these findings and make your own. By the way, besides our answers, the listeners sent their variants, some of which turned out to be noteworthy and we will devote separate publications to them.

For you, researchers:

The electoral data of all the elections from this article has been uploaded into the Lab . Now, you can see the elections with your own eyes™.
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Elections in the article

Russia, Unified Voting Day 2019

Official title:

The single day of voting is 8 September 2019

Wikipedia article:

Unified day of voting 8 September 2019

Lab Note:

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This dataset includes the 16 2019 gubernatorial elections:

  • Election of the Head of the Lipetsk Region Administration
  • Election of the Head of the Altai Republic
  • Election of the Head of the Republic of Bashkortostan
  • Election of the Head of the Republic of Kalmykia
  • Election of the Governor of the Astrakhan Oblast
  • Election of the Governor of the Volgograd Region
  • Election of the Governor of the Vologda Oblast
  • Election of the Governor of the Kurgan region
  • Election of the Governor of Kursk region
  • Election of the Governor of the Murmansk region
  • Election of the Governor of the Orenburg region
  • Election of the Governor of St. Petersburg
  • Election of the Governor of the Stavropol Territory
  • Elections of the Governor of the Chelyabinsk region
  • Election of the Governor of the Zabaikalsky Krai
  • Election of the Governor of the Sakhalin Region

All of them have been uploaded to the Lab and are available for your analysis.

Full dataset for the 2019 EDG elections is available on the Golos Movement website at Elections Calendar section.  

The polling station with a turnout of 117% is an error of the Bashkortostan election commission in the data of digital polling station #9011 (see CEC website)

 

For you, researchers:

Electoral data is available for download and independent analysis.

Data report

Original data source:The CEC of RF
URL of the source:izbirkom.ru/region/izbirkom
ParsingGolos
Dataset:RussiaGovernors2019.zip
Verification of the dataset with the source:

Results of verification:

not applicable.

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