Abstract: Analyzing the Panera Theory through Mathematical Modeling

Hi everyone! I’m so excited to start my research, as my passion for both mathematics and government lend themselves well to this project. My abstract for my freshman Monroe summer research is as follows:

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El americano no deseado: an Analysis of the Negative Opinion of Donald Trump among the Spanish Media (Post two)

In my last post, I gave a bit of introduction to my research, and some of the twists and turns along the way, including a change in theories for the overwhelmingly negative opinion of Donald Trump in Spain. In this post,  I will discuss the reasoning behind my new theory.

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Drawing the Party Line: History and Technology

To start off my first update, here’s a picture of what might be the first case of gerrymandering.

A brief apology for the henrymandering joke, which was also made in a WashPo article by interviewee C. Douglas Smith, who once judged my We the People unit group and is a genuinely very nice man. Sorry I stole your joke, Mr. Smith.

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Abstract: The Signals Among the Noise That Will Indicate France’s Exit from the European Union

With the Brexit referendum, the Trump administration and the seemingly more likely Marine Le Pen victory in the upcoming French elections, My research would examine the relationship between France and her involvement in the European Union. More specifically, I will examine all sorts of data about European countries, including economic pressures, immigrant populations, and voting behavior, to determine the risk factors for France to vote, and perhaps even to leave, the European Union. Perhaps I will even be able to calculate the chance of a Frexit.

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