All posts by Valentina Porcu

Valentina Porcu, Ph.D. Communication and Complex Systems Valentina Porcu is a researcher and data analyst with eight years’ experience gained in Italian universities as lecturer and Ph.D. student (Lumsa, Sapienza and La Tuscia in Rome), government agencies (assistant at the Italian Senate) and research centers in Italy, France (Université de Strasbourg) and Morocco (Abdelmaleek Essaadi University in Tanger). After completing a Ph.D. in Communication and Complex Systems, she now works as Communication Strategist and Data Analyst for companies across the world. She is passionate about political debates.

Why is the Republican Party Growing but Still Losing Elections?

Valentina Porcu, Ph.D. Communication and Complex Systems

One of the most remarkable elements distinguishing the U.S. democracy is the alternation between Democratic and Republican party. In 2014 the U.S. was involved in the midterm elections. That’s a fact; now let’s examine how the vote has changed in the past four years between the parties, and this change’s relationship with the Internet’s growth as a “campaign tool.”

Continue reading Why is the Republican Party Growing but Still Losing Elections?