Comment: If you adjust for overall

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If you adjust for overall

If you adjust for overall turnout, and look only at popular vote, Romney had about a 1% decrease (down 27% in real terms) from 2008 and Ron Paul had about a 6% increase.

"Some relevant info I didn't have in front of me when I posted this originally: youth turnout, always good for Paul, was dismal in Nevada Saturday; only one percent of under 30s voted, compared to 5 percent in 2008. And yes, Paul dominated that one percent, getting 41 percent of their vote."