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February 10, 2012

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How is Minnesota an exception? The scatterplot looks almost the same as Colorado. The regression lines are clearly weak, due to the amount of noise in the scatter plot. There is very little bivariate relationship between the variables. I think the results would be better conveyed as a set of boxplots for Change in turnout and another set of boxplots for Change in Romney support. My $.02.

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