AMOV

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AMOVAverage Margin of Victory (sports)
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In 2005, their average margin of victory in Leinster was seven points though it could be argued that their 19-point win over Longford was something of an outlier at that stage given how they struggled to beat them by just two points the following year.
$64,913: Holzhauer's average margin of victory through his first 22 games.
In 2013, the average margin of victory for seats won by independents was 13,201 while for those won by party candidates against independents it was 32,728.
As Cover puts it, the "simple zero-gap plan" composed entirely of 75%-to-25% districts "is not the only zero-gap plan." (58) Rather, "[A] plan can achieve an efficiency gap of zero even if it exhibits nonzero district-level wasted vote disparities...." (59) In other words, there is no necessary relationship between the efficiency gap and the average margin of victory under a plan.
The defending champs won three times by double-digits with an average margin of victory of 14.3 points in their four wins.
The House has a dozen where the average margin of victory in statewide races has been smaller than 10 percentage points.
Oregon is 4-0 with an average margin of victory of 32.8 points against teams with a combined record of 2-18.
Their average margin of victory on their own patch was 14.9 points.
Their average margin of victory this season is 36 points.
The 38-newspaper sample is drawn from the five most red and blue states as determined by average margin of victory by party in presidential elections from 1992-2008.
Arkansas' average margin of victory in live games against Missouri State is 45 points.
From 1966-1976 the average margin of victory is greater than the average margin of victory for the entire sample period and hence shows a larger winner in contests during this period.
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