Not "statistically significant," but "visually significant"?? What superior methodology is at work here?
> clock in 1871, 1926, or 1945. Also, the Rep's have the worst single
> administration, Hoover's, and the Dems the best, Roosevelt's first.
> Clinton's also one of the top performers.
This would follow if the Repubs consistently
threw the economy and stock market into recession
and voters turned to Dems in response, with the
latter having the luck to preside over recovery,
even if neither party had the slightest thing
to do with recovery.
> Remind me, which is the party of capital?
The party with the capital is a good indicator of the party of capital. Clinton's fundraising prowess notwithstanding, in the grand scheme of things one party wages electoral contests with dollars and the other with people.