I'm not sure what you mean. I'm simply taking the current GOP seat count (179), and subtracting it from the probability-weighted average of the simulation, rounding it down to the lower whole seat, and calling that the GOP Gain. Whether we claim a Democrat seat but lose a GOP seat in exchange is irrelevant. I'm just showing the net result.
posted on 07/24/2010 2:23:48 PM PDT
by Political Junkie Too
("Comprehensive" reform bills only end up as incomprehensible messes.)
To: Political Junkie Too
posted on 07/24/2010 3:55:59 PM PDT
(Visit keyhouseraces.com for a list of vulnerable DEM and must hold GOP House seats.)
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