Sunday, March 17, 2019
TKC SUNDAY SPECIAL!!! KANSAS CITY 50/50 VOTER TURNOUT MAPPING!!!
For locals curious about polling numbers and how the upcoming election might fare, we've got Kansas City REAL LIFE DATA DRIVEN RESEARCH that's worth sharing . . .
Here’s a map with a clear pattern. It shows the total turnout out of registered voters in Kansas City during the 2018 mid-term. Areas where 50 percent or more voted are blue. Areas with less than 50% turnout are red.
Data was sourced directly from the Kansas City Missouri Election Board.
Processed by a KICK-ASS TKC TIPSTER!!!
The overview . . .
What we can see straight away is that heavy voting is mostly from the Midtown to Ward Parkway Corridor along with the East Side. Sad to note that the more populated sections of the Northland didn't see very much turnout last time around. Don't forget this was the "Blue Wave" election and turnout in Jackson County was 67.3 percent that shocked even election officials. It exceeded turnout in 2014 by almost 30 percentage points. This time around pollsters are saying turnout will slip back to single-digit lows.
And so this raw data look offers the same kind of view that pollsters are checking beyond the rhetoric of pundits and local "kingmaker" wanna beasts.
Developing . . .