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> Can you use (Clinton% - Obama%) as the response variable rather than just Clinton's score? OK, here it is: delta = clinton - obama
> summary(model4)

Call:
lm(formula = nh$delta ~ nh$totalpopulation * nh$total * nh$machine + 
    nh$unemploymentrate + nh$percentholdingbachelorsdegree + 
    nh$lat * nh$long)

Residuals:
     Min       1Q   Median	 3Q	 Max 
-0.30281 -0.07168 -0.00144  0.07717  0.40634 

Coefficients:
					 Estimate Std. Error t value Pr(>|t|)
(Intercept)				5.929e+01  1.290e+02   0.459   0.6464
nh$totalpopulation			5.890e-06  7.438e-06   0.792   0.4293
nh$total			       -4.993e-06  7.575e-05  -0.066   0.9475
nh$machine				8.760e-02  3.521e-02   2.488   0.0136
nh$unemploymentrate		       -4.817e-04  2.334e-04  -2.064   0.0403
nh$percentholdingbachelorsdegree       -4.559e-03  6.477e-04  -7.038 2.74e-11
nh$lat				       -1.197e+00  2.982e+00  -0.401   0.6886
nh$long 				8.176e-01  1.805e+00   0.453   0.6510
nh$totalpopulation:nh$total		7.043e-09  1.727e-08   0.408   0.6838
nh$totalpopulation:nh$machine	       -9.572e-06  7.865e-06  -1.217   0.2249
nh$total:nh$machine			1.604e-05  7.627e-05   0.210   0.8337
nh$lat:nh$long			       -1.649e-02  4.171e-02  -0.395   0.6929
nh$totalpopulation:nh$total:nh$machine -6.929e-09  1.727e-08  -0.401   0.6887
(Intercept)				  
nh$totalpopulation			  
nh$total				  
nh$machine			       *  
nh$unemploymentrate		       *  
nh$percentholdingbachelorsdegree       * * *
nh$lat					  
nh$long 				  
nh$totalpopulation:nh$total		  
nh$totalpopulation:nh$machine		  
nh$total:nh$machine			  
nh$lat:nh$long				  
nh$totalpopulation:nh$total:nh$machine	  
---
Signif. codes:	0 `*  *  *' 0.001 `*  *' 0.01 `*' 0.05 `.' 0.1 ` ' 1 

Residual standard error: 0.1159 on 209 degrees of freedom
  (37 observations deleted due to missingness)
Multiple R-Squared: 0.3802,	Adjusted R-squared: 0.3446 
F-statistic: 10.68 on 12 and 209 DF,  p-value: <2.2e-16>anova(model4)
> anova(model4)
Analysis of Variance Table

Response: nh$delta
					Df  Sum Sq Mean Sq F value    Pr(>F)
nh$totalpopulation			 1 0.11603 0.11603  8.6443  0.003650
nh$total				 1 0.00695 0.00695  0.5177  0.472632
nh$machine				 1 0.36967 0.36967 27.5398 3.769e-07
nh$unemploymentrate			 1 0.14791 0.14791 11.0191  0.001064
nh$percentholdingbachelorsdegree	 1 0.62402 0.62402 46.4883 9.718e-11
nh$lat					 1 0.00133 0.00133  0.0992  0.753048
nh$long 				 1 0.37698 0.37698 28.0843 2.940e-07
nh$totalpopulation:nh$total		 1 0.00209 0.00209  0.1559  0.693390
nh$totalpopulation:nh$machine		 1 0.07083 0.07083  5.2769  0.022601
nh$total:nh$machine			 1 0.00024 0.00024  0.0182  0.892720
nh$lat:nh$long				 1 0.00241 0.00241  0.1795  0.672213
nh$totalpopulation:nh$total:nh$machine	 1 0.00216 0.00216  0.1610  0.688670
Residuals			       209 2.80545 0.01342		    
					  
nh$totalpopulation		       * * 
nh$total				  
nh$machine			       * * *
nh$unemploymentrate		       * * 
nh$percentholdingbachelorsdegree       * * *
nh$lat					  
nh$long 			       * * *
nh$totalpopulation:nh$total		  
nh$totalpopulation:nh$machine	       *  
nh$total:nh$machine			  
nh$lat:nh$long				  
nh$totalpopulation:nh$total:nh$machine	  
Residuals				  
---
Signif. codes:	0 `***' 0.001 `**' 0.01 `*' 0.05 `.' 0.1 ` ' 1 
by continuation (continuation pretzel ouvaton point org) on Wed Jan 16th, 2008 at 03:49:47 AM EST
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