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skids Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Mar-12-05 02:55 AM
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93. Figured out NEP precinct # to Ohio county, data here:
See my other reply here:

http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.ph...

By comparing the district chart to the NEP geocode chart (in the raw dataset the PDF file
Datasets/Ohio/Documentation/Ohio Geostrata 2004.pdf
) and assuming an alphabetical sort order on the precinct numbering scheme, here are the counties each of the Ohio precincts are in. I haven't been keeping up to well, so apologies if someone already figured this out:

NEP #/District/geocode: number of surveyed voters and possible counties.
Precinct 1/ 2/5: 25 voters Adams
Precinct 2/ 2/5: 52 voters Adams
Precinct 3/ 4/4: 29 voters Allen
Precinct 5/14/2: 36 voters Ashtabula
Precinct 7/ 8/5: 45 voters Butler
Precinct 8/ 8/5: 32 voters Butler
Precinct 9/ 2/5: 53 voters Clermont
Precinct 11/11/1: 53 voters Cuyahoga
Precinct 14/10/1: 47 voters Cuyahoga
Precinct 15/11/1: 30 voters Cuyahoga
Precinct 21/10/1: 21 voters Cuyahoga
Precinct 23/14/1: 51 voters Cuyahoga
Precinct 24/10/1: 52 voters Cuyahoga
Precinct 26/12/3: 46 voters Delaware
Precinct 27/ 9/4: 50 voters Erie
Precinct 33/15/3: 48 voters Franklin
Precinct 36/15/3: 25 voters Franklin
Precinct 39/15/3: 24 voters Franklin
Precinct 39/15/: 4 voters Franklin
Precinct 41/12/3: 29 voters Franklin
Precinct 42/ 7/3: 51 voters Franklin
Precinct 47/18/3: 92 voters Guernsey
Precinct 48/18/3: 15 voters Guernsey
Precinct 49/ 2/5: 34 voters Hamilton
Precinct 51/ 1/5: 53 voters Hamilton
Precinct 52/ 2/5: 31 voters Hamilton
Precinct 54/ 1/5: 52 voters Hamilton
Precinct 55/ 2/5: 16 voters Hamilton
Precinct 57/ 1/5: 28 voters Hamilton
Precinct 63/ 2/5: 48 voters Hamilton
Precinct 67/14/2: 38 voters Lake
Precinct 72/ 9/4: 44 voters Lucas
Precinct 74/ 9/4: 67 voters Lucas
Precinct 76/17/2: 32 voters Mahoning
Precinct 78/ 6/2: 53 voters Mahoning or Munroe
Precinct 88/ 8/5: 70 voters Mercer or Miami
Precinct 91/17/2: 51 voters Portage
Precinct 94/ 5/4: 46 voters Putnam or Sandusky
Precinct 98/ 2/3: 32 voters Scioto
Precinct 100/ 5/4: 52 voters Seneca
Precinct 101/16/2: 29 voters Stark
Precinct 103/13/2: 31 voters Summit
Precinct 104/13/2: 53 voters Summit
Precinct 105/13/2: 48 voters Summit
Precinct 106/13/2: 22 voters Summit
Precinct 114/18/2: 55 voters Tuscarawas
Precinct 115/15/3: 43 voters Union
Precinct 118/16/2: 28 voters Wayne
Precinct 119/16/2: 37 voters Wayne
Precinct 120/ 5/4: 43 voters Wood or Williams

Odds are good the data is sorted by a gummed of version of BOE precinct name/numbering, whatever they used for that, (see other threads for clues) so it is a pretty good bet to make to assume the big cities with lots of precincts will occupy consecutive numbers here. Whether towns will be sorted alphabetically depends on whether they used those funky 4 digit numbers or not.



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