It’s a huge day in the United States: the biggest day in the primary election season, “Super Tuesday”. It’s fascinating that there can be such huge swings in voter opinion from state to state. (Compare the Republican results between Massachusetts and Arkansas.) My inner stats geek wants to crunch the numbers in greater detail. One thing’s certain, though: Google does a fine job of presenting the results in a readable format.

Meanwhile, Oregon’s primary won’t be held until May. (And I can’t vote in it, anyhow, because I’m registered as “not a member of a party”.)