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Let’s dig deep into the data of the general elections held in Pakistan from 1993 to 2018, uncovering insights and comparing how successful or unsuccessful the election of 2018 was as compared to the previous in terms of turnout and the votes discarded.
The air is heavy with political slogans. ‘Change’ is the new catchphrase. Emotions are high and the time is ripe for another group of people to take the reigns of Pakistan’s future but first, let’s have a look at the past elections and how political dynamics have changed over two decades.
Pakistan election 2018 being just around the corner is probably the perfect pint of motivation needed, to try and really push the boundaries of mathematics and science and see what is revealed. For those who like their politics brewed with just a dash more data, this is part one, of a series centered towards exploring the data about the election.
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