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Wireless usage predicts Presidential election?

Carolyn Mathas
6/20/2012 09:44 PM EDT

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re: Wireless usage predicts Presidential election?
dblaza1   6/22/2012 3:00:40 PM
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Carolyn, politics can be a dangerous topic for an engineering site but there are strange correlations in life that are highly accurate in predicting outcomes. Perhaps the most famous is credit scores and driving records and yes people with low credit scores are bad drivers. So are people who consume lots of data more likely to vote democrat than republican? I don't know.

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