The Results Are In

Well, for Beverly at least:

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(Data courtesy of CNN)

Beverly’s population was 39,862 as of the 2000 Census. There was a 4.36 increase in population between 1990 and 2000, so I’ll project the same from 2000 to 2010 (I’ve seen a lot of people moving to Beverly and a lot of new housing). So in the last four years, a 1.6% increase would give us 40,500 citizens. As of the 2000 census, 78.49% of the population was of legal voting age, and I’ll assume the same for this year. So that’s roughly 31,788 who should be able to vote. Out of those, I don’t know how many are registered, but let’s be generous and assume that all of them are. So there were a total of 19,480 votes cast for President, which means that about 61.3% of those who were able to vote turned out. Not the greatest, but not terrible either.

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Those of you who are statisticians are probably cringing. I apologize.

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