Posts Tagged ‘statistics’

More referendum analysis

Saturday, August 22nd, 2009

This time, with statistics! (Those make everything better.) All raw data come from the Election Results site, but the calculations thereon are mine, as are any transcription errors. I will also note up-front that there are a lot of factors in here, and in particular the electorate-level data do not necessarily correspond to individual voters, even collectively – the voting populations may be significantly different. They’re just interesting to look at.

(Edited to put the charts below the fold)

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Referendum results

Saturday, August 22nd, 2009

This electorate breakdown is interesting.

Below the fold is an ordered, coloured table that makes it easier to follow and draw unsubstantiated conclusions from.

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