Washington Examiner: "Lott doubts political influence in closed Chrysler dealers, sees size as key"

From the Washington Examiner:

"I just don't see the evidence for partisanship," said Lott, who is a senior research scientist at the University of Maryland. He's prevously held professorships at the Wharton School, University of Chicago and Yale. When this guy has an opinion about an issue that is subject to data-driven analysis, I listen.
Turns out Lott's oldest son, Maxim, is a chip off the old block. Maxim Lott analyzed a data sample and found the more likely explanation for the closing of any particular dealership is how many of Chrysler's four distinct brand channels it sells. Those dealerships selling two fewer lines are more likely to get the axe.
Here's Maxim's summary:



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