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Google Releases Raw Election Polling Results

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Quest for the Best Visualization & Analysis

The challenge

Your quest: Find the most insightful visualization or analysis of this data. Share your results with fellow data-heads and be recognized for your skills.

All submissions will receive one coupon towards free research using Google Consumer Surveys. We'll highlight the best submissions on our G+ Page at the end to share what you have built.

Due date

12 Noon UTC, December 20th, 2012

Submit your results here

Download the data

Google Consumer Surveys Election Perception Data (CSV, 1.6 MB)

Data format described here

Our novel measurement

On election day the Google Consumer Surveys team ran a survey with two parts:

1. Who do you want to win the US Presidential Election?

2. Regardless of who you want, who do you think will actually win the Election?

The goal was to measure the progress of the election over time and how it would permeate the Internet. We collected almost 10,000 samples from unique respondents between 2am PST and 11pm PST, about one data point every 10 seconds.

Now that we've collected the dataset, we want to provide it to the community to see what interesting analyses, insights, and visualizations you can discover. This is a quest for the data scientists, engineers, statisticians, and political scientists out there

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