Election 2020 – Alabama Prediction by County

Today, we have a rather contentious election in progress. Argumentative, but not the academic version. Rather, things are screaming matches and interruptions. Statements that promote discord and conflict versus finding the common ground that we as a society survive on instead of living in survival mode between what sociology describes as “In Groups”. Sometimes these In Groups can be very powerful and influence others. Those others want to be part of the In Group. Everyone can have a different In Group because there is solidarity within the group. Like mindedness, like ideals.

My process cuts through the various noise constructed by those that can influence. We have a base ideology, one that has not been addressed except in academic circles because it is bound to unhinge one entire population. This process has, so far, in comparison to other analysts, matched with a few rare exceptions over the last couple days. I have not changed my outcome and have not reassessed my data. This analysis is primarily based on the 2016 election and very few data points through to 2019 data. I have not used ANY data from 2020. Yet, my results are looking to be pretty accurate. I won’t be able to verify anything until after all reporting is done and confirmed after the 2020 election. When you read the chart below, that Confidence level is my resulting analysis that the county will remain in 2020 as either Red or Blue. So, we wait for results. In the mean time, here is Alabama Election Prediction 2020:

Alabama CountiesAlignmentConfidence
.Autauga County, AlabamaRedHigh
.Baldwin County, AlabamaRedHigh
.Barbour County, AlabamaRedMedium
.Bibb County, AlabamaRedHigh
.Blount County, AlabamaRedHigh
.Bullock County, AlabamaBlueHigh
.Butler County, AlabamaRedMedium
.Calhoun County, AlabamaRedMedium
.Chambers County, AlabamaRedMedium
.Cherokee County, AlabamaRedHigh
.Chilton County, AlabamaRedHigh
.Choctaw County, AlabamaRedMedium
.Clarke County, AlabamaRedMedium
.Clay County, AlabamaRedHigh
.Cleburne County, AlabamaRedHigh
.Coffee County, AlabamaRedHigh
.Colbert County, AlabamaRedMedium
.Conecuh County, AlabamaRedMedium
.Coosa County, AlabamaRedMedium
.Covington County, AlabamaRedHigh
.Crenshaw County, AlabamaRedHigh
.Cullman County, AlabamaRedHigh
.Dale County, AlabamaRedHigh
.Dallas County, AlabamaBlueMedium
.DeKalb County, AlabamaRedHigh
.Elmore County, AlabamaRedMedium
.Escambia County, AlabamaRedMedium
.Etowah County, AlabamaRedMedium
.Fayette County, AlabamaRedHigh
.Franklin County, AlabamaRedMedium
.Geneva County, AlabamaRedHigh
.Greene County, AlabamaBlueHigh
.Hale County, AlabamaBlueLow
.Henry County, AlabamaRedMedium
.Houston County, AlabamaRedMedium
.Jackson County, AlabamaRedMedium
.Jefferson County, AlabamaBlueLow
.Lamar County, AlabamaRedHigh
.Lauderdale County, AlabamaRedMedium
.Lawrence County, AlabamaRedMedium
.Lee County, AlabamaRedLow
.Limestone County, AlabamaRedMedium
.Lowndes County, AlabamaBlueMedium
.Macon County, AlabamaBlueMedium
.Madison County, AlabamaRedLow
.Marengo County, AlabamaBlueLow
.Marion County, AlabamaRedHigh
.Marshall County, AlabamaRedHigh
.Mobile County, AlabamaRedLow
.Monroe County, AlabamaRedLow
.Montgomery County, AlabamaBlueMedium
.Morgan County, AlabamaRedMedium
.Perry County, AlabamaBlueMedium
.Pickens County, AlabamaRedMedium
.Pike County, AlabamaRedLow
.Randolph County, AlabamaRedMedium
.Russell County, AlabamaBlueLow
.Shelby County, AlabamaRedMedium
.St. Clair County, AlabamaRedHigh
.Sumter County, AlabamaBlueMedium
.Talladega County, AlabamaRedMedium
.Tallapoosa County, AlabamaRedMedium
.Tuscaloosa County, AlabamaRedLow
.Walker County, AlabamaRedHigh
.Washington County, AlabamaRedMedium
.Wilcox County, AlabamaBlueMedium
.Winston County, AlabamaRedHigh

There is more to come, all 50 states, but as I mentioned in my initial post about this project. DC will not be addressed. It has been blue since its inception and based on my data analysis, nothing will change it.

If you have questions, feel free to contact me.

James Hatch

I talk about business, technology, and society. I create new products and services. That's the elevator pitch. Deeper than that, I research myriad topics for my consultancy. Academically speaking; I have received a Masters in Digital Forensics and Cyber Investigation, Masters in Information Technology with a focus on Information Security, a Masters in Business Administration with a focus on Marketing, a Bachelors in Entrepreneurism and Strategic Management, Associates in Business Administration, and Associates in Sociology. I'm also a Professor and Program Manager of Computer Science and Cybersecurity at the local Community College. Oh... I'm a gamer and streamer when I get a chance.

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