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Nov 27, 2012

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NKR

I'd look to some of the population studies that use agent-based modelling. Seems to be the best scientific way to capture the behavior of individual agents and their interconnections.

Dan

I'd be interested in the types of arguments that sways certain areas as well. Does seem like an exercise of political science and statistics, but that was the engine powering both candidate's campaigns (though the scuttlebutt was that Romney's system crashed and no one got around to repairing it).

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