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OnTheOtherHand Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Mar-31-09 03:21 PM
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17. sorry, no
Maybe TIA isn't familiar with the concept of levels of analysis. "Precinct-level results" would be results from individual precincts. TIA's piddling around with aggregates of 40 to 540 precincts don't qualify. (Also, the work doesn't make any sense, but I'm willing to set that aside if you are.)

It's true that Richard Hayes Phillips analyzed ballots and concluded that Ohio was stolen. The problem is that his evidence doesn't support his conclusion. Ditto USCV: the exit polls hardly support any conclusion, but they actually weakly tend to support the substantial accuracy of the official count.

Walter Mebane has made available -- for the last four years or so -- a dataset with vote counts from every precinct in Ohio. I'm curious whether TIA can think of one good thing to do with it, and if not, why not. I'd extend the same challenge to Phillips and whatever is left of USCV.
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