The university said it has not found evidence of data manipulation
Princeton University launched an investigation into allegations of data manipulation lodged against the head of the school’s Gerrymandering Project.
Professor Samuel Wang (pictured) is accused of manipulating data given to New Jersey’s redistricting commission and of creating a “toxic work environment” for his staff, according to the New Jersey Globe. New York University’s Brennan Center for Justice rated the maps a “partisan gerrymander” in favor of Democrats.
Wang deferred a request for comment by The College Fix to the university.
“Based on an initial review conducted after the Congressional Redistricting Commission completed its work, the University knows of no credible allegations of data manipulation pertaining to the work product delivered to the commission,” Michael Hotchkiss, Princeton’s director of media relations, told The Fix via email on May 4. He did not respond to a request on May 11
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