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> That is very interesting. I think I'm going to throw Latitude and Longitude into the regression as explanatory variables.

Did that (thanks to brfox), doesn't cut the mustard.

I also hand-merged the data, correcting town names, and using official data on voting machine usage.

The percentage of population holding bachelor's degrees is now extremely well correlated with Clinton's score (maybe too well in fact...); the Diebold still has an important effect...

You can get a .tar.gz with R scripts and data from the link on the blog entry:

http://call-with-current-continuation.blogspot.com/2008/01/diebold-effect-sticks-around-need.html

Now this is about the limit of my statistical knowledge so I'll let experts talk.

by continuation (continuation pretzel ouvaton point org) on Tue Jan 15th, 2008 at 06:12:41 PM EST
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