In the Sun Belt, that's been an issue.
The added diversity of those CDs = more categories.
The samples have been particularly tough, so more weighting needed too
Basically: our response rate among young voters is so bad in these few CDs that our young voters are contaminated by parents taking polls for their kids
But if we get a response rate of 1/250 among young people, that 2% measurement error starts to be a significant portion of the category
The main thing I'm watching: the design effect. We're at ~1.6. The goal is to be less than 1.4, which is the 'warning' criteria
How much closer will we get by going from 4 to 3 categories of edu and age?