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From what I've read elsewhere, it seems there was a significant female swing toward Clinton in NH.  The assumption in leaving it out of these regressions may be that gender wouldn't correlate with geographical distribution, but I'm not sure that would turn out to be true.

Race may not be a huge factor in NH because my anecdotal impression (I've never been there) is that it's pretty darn overwhelmingly white.

by the stormy present (stormypresent aaaaaaat gmail etc) on Wed Jan 16th, 2008 at 07:24:03 AM EST
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The CNN exit polls showed a 57% female/43% male distribution, as pointed out by Dataguy in his BooTrib diary.

That won't necessarily show up on census data, will it? Though it is worth getting the data just in case a 1% shift in the gender ratio from town to town actually explains something.

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by Carrie (migeru at eurotrib dot com) on Wed Jan 16th, 2008 at 07:29:28 AM EST
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It is not unusual for the gender balance in small towns, rural areas and inner cities to skew in one direction or another.  I'm not sure about NH, though.  But it could also be interesting to see if the exit polls break down gender turnout by region, i.e. to see if urban women were more likely to vote than rural or small-town women, or something like that.
by the stormy present (stormypresent aaaaaaat gmail etc) on Wed Jan 16th, 2008 at 07:33:46 AM EST
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