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Voting Places November 04, 2006
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In the final stretch of the midterm elections, we consider whether where a person votes relates to how they vote. Stanford researcher Jonah Berger tells us that pulling the lever in a church versus doing it in a school could change how a vote turns out. Then we'll talk to reporter Bill Bishop with the Austin American-Statesman about how people have self-selected into communities with others who vote the same way they do. Finally we'll take the bird's eye view and talk with a computer science student who used Google maps to prove that population density predicts voting patterns.