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November 16, 2012 4:17 PM

Wiping out partisan bias in U.S. House elections

Barack Obama won a clear victory in the presidential election, and Democrats won 25 of 33 Senate races. But they failed miserably to win the House, falling short by more than 30 seats. How could the same voters deliver such different outcomes?

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