New Hampshire primary results  95%
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When the remaining 5% report, which outcomes can change (and which cannot)?




With 5% still not reporting, would it be possible for anyone else to win?

The percentages don't add up to 100%, how many votes did not go to the candidates shown?

Is there a way that the 5% not yet reporting can change the outcome?



the percents add to 100% but the cart says 95% reporting. What gives?

How can they declare a winner if there's still 5% of the vote left? (Students would definitely ask this.)

How much closer to Romney would Paul be if the last 5% all voted for him?

Over 60% didn't pick the winner. If voters picked their top 3, would the results be more representative?


If Rick Santorum get all of the remaining votes, can he beat Newt Gingrich?




Is Romney really the "winner" if a majority of voters preferred someone else? Is this fair?


If the remaining 5% vote all vote for Ron Paul how does that impact the final outcome?








Why didn't Huntsman get more votes? How many people voted in NH Republican Primary?



what is the likelihood that romney will wind up with at least 40 percent of the vote?

What percentage of the eligible NH voting population actually voted in this primary?









Converting the time zone to our time zone. Why don't the percents add up to 100? [from my students]




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