A precinct-level analysis of Mexico's 2018 electoral earthquake. Comparing political party dominance to prior gubernatorial elections, this examination focused on states and regions where the PRI had previously received more than 50% of the vote. Contrary to popular perceptions, the data reveals that Morena's victory was not entirely due to flipping areas that were previously loyal to the PRI.
An interactive map showing electoral outcomes for congressional candidates running downballot from Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador. Beyond Lopez Obrador's resounding 53% victory in the 2018 presidential election, his party's coalition dominated downballot races and captured a legislative majority - this analysis examines how that happened.
A 2017 report published by the Trans-Border Institute covering trends in gender violence and attempting to provide detailed, local data on femicide. The report found hotspots in Mexicali (Baja California) and in the area around Orizaba and Cordoba (Veracruz), as well as troubling levels of sustained violence in Sinaloa.
Maps produced for the Mexico Violence Resource Project visualizing homicides in Tijuana from 2014 to 2019 and delays in crime reporting in 2019. Notable observations include the geographic spread of violence since 2014 and slightly longer delays in crime reporting in violence-affected areas.