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minvis Donating Member (334 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Feb-22-05 05:42 PM
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34. I think I got what precinct 54 is
My best bet on what precinct 54 is in the exit poll is Evendale C Precinct. It is a Cincinnati suburb with a 86.3% white, 7.2 black and 5.4% asian population. This corresponds to the exit poll data of 45 white, 4 black and 3 asian respondents which works out to 86.5% white, 7.7% black and 5.7% asian. The average income of the exit pollers was approx. $89,000. The median income in Evendale is $91,000. The average age of the exit pollers was about 45 years old. The median age in Evendale is 43.1. The exit poll vote in precinct 54 was 39 Bush to 13 Kerry, a 75% to 25% percentage. Evendale C's actual count was 110 for Kerry, 312 for Bush. There were 432 votes cast. That works out to 72.22% for Bush and 25.46% for Kerry. Finally, the Fingerhut/Voinovich count in the exit poll was 9 Fingerhut to 41 Voinovich. That works out to 78.85% for Voinovich and 17.30% for Fingerhut. The actual count for Evendale C was 78 Fingerhut to 339 Voinovich. The percentages work out to 18.05% Fingerhut 78.47 for Voinovich.

Grandview Heights had some similar racial demographics but the other demographics and vote counts did not match as clearly as Evendale.

On to precinct 51 and 57.
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