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Nate Silver
Here's a "fun" list. This table lists how much precinct-to-precinct variation there is in the vote in each state. In states with a lot of variation (e.g. GA), you need to wait longer for returns to become reliable, or you at least need to know where the votes are coming from.
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Nate Silver Nov 4
Replying to @NateSilver538
What this chart basically shows is de facto segregation. Basically, if a state has a lot of white people, it votes homogeneously across precincts/counties. If it has a lot of black people, it doesn't, and you really need know where the vote is coming in from.
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