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Thehumancentipede 0 points ago +1 / -1

I did the math... Increase from 44,107 to 257,720

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Block_Helen 1 point ago +1 / -0

Math from where? Show me those digits on your source and tell us where that source got the data. I'll wait.

OP's graph has been posted on every lefty Twitter feed for the last three days so it's not even up to date.

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Thehumancentipede 0 points ago +1 / -1

Florida.

2016 - 44,107 2020 - 257,720

The percentage increase is actually 484%. If EV was up the same percetnage overall then it would be a wash, however early voting is at 92% of 2016 level so far.

Early voting data is available live here. https://joeisdone.github.io/florida/

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Block_Helen 2 points ago +2 / -0

2016 - 44,107 2020 - 257,720

This is not a source, it's a graph. Go to the Tufts University site (which is where the graph says it's sourced from) and tell me where they get their data breaking down the youth vote. Again, I'll wait. I've already looked and they don't share it.

Early voting data is available live here. https://joeisdone.github.io/florida/

This site does not list any breakdown by age. I know because I've been refreshing it all day every day for four days.

You can't compare the Tufts modeled breakdown from OP's graph with the joeisdone FL data which has no age breakdown and comes directly from county registrars.

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Thehumancentipede -1 points ago +1 / -2

https://joeisdone.github.io/florida/

This data is to check if overall early vote is up by the same percentage as the youth vote. ITS NOT. Why is that hard to understand?