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kiwi_expat Donating Member (526 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jul-18-05 11:01 PM
Response to Reply #69
72. HC: Really high vote counts are in Bush partisanship precincts
"Do you disagree with the assumption that votes/precinct are equal across partisanship?" -TIA

I eyeballed the Hamilton County 1013 precincts' vote data to see if any vote/partisanship patterns were obvious.

The most striking pattern is that the really high vote counts (>700) were in the Bush partisanship precincts. (The HC average votes/precinct is 427.)

So, I would be hesitant to assume that votes/precinct are equal across partisanship.

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