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« on: November 01, 2016, 04:22:31 pm »

cohn also implies that the urban numbers (only +10 C) are trash.

As did Liam Donovan, a longtime GOP operative
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« Reply #1 on: November 01, 2016, 04:46:12 pm »

cohn also implies that the urban numbers (only +10 C) are trash.

As did Liam Donovan, a longtime GOP operative

We've had this urban/suburban/rural crosstab discussion before.  Some of us have come to the conclusion that the categories are meaningless.  It depends what SUSA defines as urban.  There appears to be no standard for it among pollsters.  If it's any big city or any urbanized area as defined by Census, you're talking about putting all of Charlotte, including suburban parts, into it.   If it is self-reported, then nobody knows what urban truly means.

I've actually never thought of it that way. Seems like a particularly cogent point in sprawly Sun Belt cities
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