On undervoting

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  1. Kyle Huey says:

    A lot of the undervoting (Especially at NEB) came from one of the Gator Party grad students who was able to tap into his cultural network (students from India) and got them out to vote for him. They just didn’t vote for anyone else. If you look at the percentage breakdown for Grad, you’ll see that he got 12% and the next highest was 7%.

  2. Ken says:

    Looking at some of the other data I have, it does seem the highest instances of undervoting for President have occurred in precincts just as you described – where a Senate candidate is bringing folks to the polls who might not vote for anything else. This most happens in unopposed races or graduate/professional districts where folks are less interested in the campus at-large and more concerned with the individuals running.

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