B.A. (Sarc), LLb. (Lex Sarcasus), PhD (Sarc.)
- Mar 7, 2018
- Reaction score
- Lower Mainland of BC
- Political Leaning
New stats - top 3 developments
1) Trust in the White House goes up or down depending soon how they felt about Trump’s trustworthiness.
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2) Montana, Rhode Island, and West Virginia have begun the vaccination of the higher percentage of their citizens, with over 17%
3) Alabama has fully vaccinated the least of their population, with 0.4%, while Wyoming has fully vaccinated the most of their population, with 10%.
(Last update cycle was between 1/29 and 3/4 -- link found here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/19l7aXMqM33Z_NOfLgxfnCzpAAzu6uBNXYFERskusZcA/edit?usp=sharing )
Interesting. Higher death rate on LOAN states, but higher case rate on ROAN states. That seems to indicate that ROAN states are better at treating cases with COVID whereas LOAN states are better at prevention.
Does LOAN and ROAN account for states that might have a Governor/legislative body of opposite parties? If so, where do they go?
Also, what do you make of the estimates by the Economist, CDC, etc., that say that the numbers are anywhere from 4%-10% higher than actually reported?
I noticed during the debates over the EC certification, many Congress people were having the same problem. Do you talk a lot wearing your mask? I dunno, it doesn't happen to mine.Cool! Now you have the state breakdown to add to yours. Depending on how on top of it you are, your total will not add up to mine though.
In re masks: For some reason, when I wear them, they fall off my nose (though they do cover my mouth) and constantly have to re-adjust. Any idea how to fix that?
I am inputting the COVID Consortium stats for Pre-Biden era trust of City Governments. What I'm finding is that people in conservative states trust their city government less than more liberal states. I also did an update of Idaho today -- only 7.9% total of the population has had one shot, making them lag far behind all the other states. Does anyone have any suggestions as to why this might be?
The higher from 0 the more right it is, the lower from the 0 the more left it is, and the closer to 0, the more neutral the state is. Is that correct?
So -48.17 (DC, if my eyes aren't deceiving me) should be read as "48.17 points in the blue," or something like that? I'm just trying to figure out how to use that number in a sentence is all.
I'm also noticing another trend, correlative, but still: If residents of large cities trust their city governments, the more likely they are to Trust Biden, Scientists and Researchers, and Fauci, and the less likely they are to Trust Trump or the White House.
This brings me to the question: Specifically, of the ROAN states, what states have the largest cities that lean REPUBLICAN and not Democrat? I can name the three most likely, Idaho, West Virginia, and Wyoming, but are there any others? The reason I am asking this is because, in most states, the largest cities trend Democratic, so I want to narrow down the states I am looking at for my next analysis.
Here's another odd one: Vaccine Approval/Acceptance also currently has almost no correlation with the number of people who have gotten the first shot (0.16, where 0 means no correlation)
That why I said "currently." I'm aware there were ... distribution oddities (and that's putting it nicely). When I finish inputting the data for the city government, I will turn my attention to those cities
Thank you for bearing with me on the slow pace it takes to updates and the fact that the states weren't all updated on the same day.