We all probably figure that race played some significant role in the 2008 election. But a doctoral student at Harvard has used Google search data to put a number on it. His result? Racial hostility cost President Obama 3% to 5% of the popular vote.
Did Racism Skew the 2008 Election?
By Josh Marshall | June 14, 2012 7:52 am
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