Posts Tagged ‘ targeting ’

Aggreate electoral targeting with R

October 22, 2009
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Aggreate electoral targeting with R

Aggregate electoral targeting is the process of determining the likely hood of a citizen choosing to vote turnout), and which candidate that person is most likely to vote for (partisan bias) in a given race using historical turnout and partisan bias. The output from this targeting allows a campaign to project the likely number of voters, what percentages their...

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