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US midterms: five reasons why the election results matter

By Thomas Gift, Associate Professor and Director of the Centre on US Politics, UCL
Julie M Norman, Associate Professor in Politics & International Relations, UCL
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As the US midterm election results roll in, it’s evident that the Republican “red wave” that many experts anticipated hasn’t materialised. Early numbers indicate that Republicans are likely to take back the House of Representatives but by slimmer numbers than expected, even as the US Senate remains a toss-up. While it might see more of a ripple than a wave, Washington still appears…The Conversation

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