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Response to TwilightZone (Reply #2)

Thu Feb 13, 2020, 07:44 PM

21. Maybe group states by size but try to balance populations

For instance, Iowa (41) and New Hamshire (24) on the same day as Louisiana (54), Tennessee (64), or South Carolina (54). California (415) on the same day as a bunch of rural states, maybe a group of the Western states. Florida with Michigan and Wisconsin, etc. More study would be needed to balance the types of populations, party lines, and other demographics.

Having two very white and very atypical states lead off the primary season warps the perceptions and the results.

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