Turman And Dewely: A Comparative Analysis

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The “Scholastic Election” in 1940, states that the children have predicted every presidential election correctly with only two exceptions. This result cannot be created without parents, who have the privileges to vote, espouses to their children. Thought there are two exceptions: Turman’s win over Dewely in 1948 and Kennedy’s win over Nixon in 1960, both election have reasons to their mispredicting. The election between Turman and Dewely was mispredicted because Dewely supporters losing motivation to vote by the widespread victory projection. Kennedy and Nixon’s election was mispredicted because Nixon lost the electoral poll despite winning the popular poll. These predictions cannot be created without parents who can vote espouses to children.
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