Monthly Bulletin of the Statistics Department Volume 1-2

Monthly Bulletin of the Statistics Department Volume 1-2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1899 edition. Excerpt: ...are shown: (1) with respect to the number of assessed polls returned by the Board of Assessors, as of May 1 in each year; and (2) with respect to the number of registered voters at State and Municipal elections. In Tables II.-X., the percentages are shown by wards, as well as for the city as a whole. Table XII. shows the per cent. of registered voters for the city, and by wards, who voted on the eight questions specially referred during the decade to the voters of Boston by the State Legislature. Tables I. and XII. are summary tables, and relate to the whole city. Maximum per cents in all the tables are indicated by bold-faced type, and minimum per cents by Italic type. It should be noted that the maximum and minimum per cents for the city are found by reading across the page, and for wards by reading down the page.. For instance, in 1895 the largest vote for Mayor, in proportion to the registration, was 86.65 per cent. in Ward 8, while the smallest, 78.64 per cent., was in Ward 11. In Table I. are shown (1) the per cent. of assessed polls reg-istered for State and Municipal elections, respectively, and (2) the per cent. of registered voters who voted for President and for Governor at State elections, and for Mayor and on the License question at Municipal elections. The per cent. of registered voters who voted, 1'. e., of the total number of names checked at the State and Municipal elections, respectively, is shown in Table I., as is also the per cent. of registered women voters who voted for school committee in each year. The following statement of the mean and extreme per cents contained in Table I. indicates the degree of interest shown by the electorate in the principal questions which recur periodically: (1) at State elections, ...show more

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