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eridani Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Jun-17-07 12:49 AM
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83. For N = 20, I get STDEV = 0.348
Still doesn't seem to account for the difference between 66% increase vs 16%, especially since rural areas, small cities and suburbs came in at around 16% increase. Of all those categories, suburbs are by far the most likely to have significant boundary changes.

Besides which, if NEP got data from 1800 precincts, whythehell didn't they use all of it instead of a smaller subset?
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