Canadian’s data uses social, economic factors to show Donald Trump can take Ohio

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump   at a campaign rally, May 25, 2016 in Anaheim, California.

The U.S. presidential election is just over five months away. Between now and then, thousands of hours of television and thousands of news pages will be devoted to analysis and predictions.

Here’s a prediction: none of what is presented will be similar to the analysis done by John McLean, the Canadian-based publisher of American County Review, a publication, updated every three months that combines social, economic and environmental data to rank the 3,141 counties across the U.S.

McLean, a quant whose focus before starting American County Review (acredata.com) was on developing bond indexes, used the information contained in the publication to shine a light on Ohio, a state with 18 electoral college votes that is often viewed as an election omen.

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