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17 November 2004 Wednesday

Pattern of Florida Election Results

slated in mainstream at 11:51 pm

Not new. But nonetheless, unbelievable.

Surprising Pattern of Florida’s Election Results

Ethel says this well:

FUN MATH
In an interesting summary of voting by county in Florida, we find amusingly named Liberty County, wherein there were 4,075 registered voters, of which 8% were registered Republicans and 88% registered Democrats. The final vote tally was 3,021 votes, 1,927 for the Republicans and 1,070 for the Democrats. A similar pattern is seen in many other counties.

Comments on Pattern of Florida Election Results

  1. But aren’t those counties notorious for being registered as Dems and typically voting Republican? The NY Times has an article about it here .
    commented Thu 18 Nov 2004, 12:21:49 AM :: link
  2. Well, that obviously didn’t work.
    http://www.nytimes.com/2004/11/12/politics/12theory.html?pagewanted=all&position=
    commented Thu 18 Nov 2004, 12:22:33 AM :: link
  3. all those counties? why would they do that??
    commented Thu 18 Nov 2004, 01:03:39 AM :: link
  4. at any rate, that’s interesting, and i’d like to see more delving into that. if a bunch of counties are ‘notorious’ for voting republican while registering as democrats, isn’t that something people would’ve been following up on?
    commented Thu 18 Nov 2004, 01:06:20 AM :: link
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