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MarkusQ Donating Member (516 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Dec-25-04 09:29 PM
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28. So (linking in ideas from other threads)...

Is it possible that there is information to be had in the distribution of Triad counties based on how far they deviated?

In other words, if the 15 Triad counties that had a relative deficit greater than 2.5% all had about the same deficit, and the 26 that had less than 2.5% all had about the same deficit (and that was new what we would expect from looking at the non-Triad counties), it would be one kind of interesting.

On the other hand, if the deficit seemed to be a smooth function of county size, that would be another kind of interesting.

Or if there was a pattern at the precinct level that could be linked to co-located precincts or ballot order, that would be yet another kind of interesting.

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