a) the UK total-population voting percentage in 2019, factoring in the age 0-18 demographic, and
b) the extent of the (non)massiveness of Postal Voting fraud in Texas.
But thanks for providing the above data table, which could facilitate some insight into our 2020 Electoral mysteries (see charts). Our esteemed statistical-analysis expert at NLZS Enterprises -- Doctor Anna Nahmally -- provides commentary below.
Dr Anna Nahmally expounds on the study:
“In our analysis of Electoral ‘battleground states’, we discarded the suggestion that UK 2019 voter turnout is relevant, as we did that Nebraska, of all places, belonged in this subset. To normalize the data from the post above, we determined the ratio of the relative voter turnout in each state and that state’s population under 18, below the legal age (interestingly, there were votes recorded after the expiration date of both ballots and voters, which are incorporated with this data).
This ‘TO/U18 ratio’ was plotted against the ratio of Biden and Trump votes recorded in each state. With that data set, we did find a mild correlation between the relative ratio of the percentages within the population voting over those Under 18, plotted against the relative ratio of votes for Biden and Trump by state. Higher turnout/U18 ratio clearly favors Team Biden.
Additionally, we did notice that Team Biden was significantly better at managing the vote, as to not 'waste votes' above the winner-take-all threshold, as is the rule in the Electoral College. The margin in battleground states (also known as 'swing states') won by Team Biden was less than 2% in 80% of those states, with 40% of states being well less than 1% margin. The average winning margin in battleground states for Team Biden was a tad under 2% (that average being less than the lowest Team Trump state), while the average Team Trump winning margin was nearly a whopping 9% … this constitutes a 4.5X advantage in vote efficiency for Team Biden in these critical states.
We hope that this type of Election 2020 statistical analysis, with corresponding observations and even conclusions, will be conveyed to the American public by major US news outlets ... like CNN, NY Times, Twitter maybe STAT News..."
NOTE: Anna Nahmally normally ‘swings both ways’, but in this case -- as with many other incidences during Election 2020 -- she’s been uncharacteristically faithful. And, for some reason, she's recently been using a shampoo that leaves her hair smelling incredible ... wonder what that's about.
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