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Hillis also emailed lawmakers with a personal plea, pitching the bill as a way to entice more young people, who tend to skew liberal, into the Republican fold.
Even though this is an activity skewed towards to wealthier people, it is helping a remote economy, and it is getting people outside at a time when we feel caged in.
That’s both because it was a shortened year — only 23 appearances for him — and because pitch usage doesn’t often skew much for a guy who throws a near-even diet of sliders and four-seam fastballs.
Day-care operators say their workers, whose employees tend to skew older than teachers and often make minimum wage, should be next in line for vaccination.
Parler attracted an audience that skewed hard to the right, including some who came to the service because they believed Twitter was biased against conservatives.
What’s more, votes cast in person—which have skewed heavily Republican in this pandemic-blighted election season—are usually counted before absentee and mail-in ballots, which trend considerably more in Democrats’ favor.
To start analyzing this for your organization, consider the size and source of your data to identify what biases, skews or mistakes are built-in and how the data can be improved going forward.
They need to be replaced more frequently than natural down and skew towards medium on the softness scale, but are less expensive than real down and quite popular, not to mention comfortable.
The owners of professional sports teams also skew heavily Republican.
Search bias is the allegation that Google skews results to favor its own properties, such as a shopping service, travel bookings and local business listings.

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