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 adj. Not weighted (used especially of an average or other statistic)
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The lameo pollsters use the excuse that these polls were 'unweighted'  and by 'weighting' they mean 'fixing' them to match actual results. "

Those exit polls were "unweighted" in the primary.

The more salient issue is the markedly inferior performance of Mannian PLS to some simple alternatives such as unweighted average or simple principal components.

Whether we look at weighted or unweighted data, the two surveys produce similar results.

Note the underrepresentation of both the young and nones in the unweighted data.

Table A1.4 displays the weighted and unweighted results for an illustrative group of key questions.

And at the Girls Who Rock benefit, she seemed utterly at ease, unweighted by the baggage of the last few years.
Sam Lansky: A Teen Pop Star Grows Up (and Gets Mad Along the Way)

If the unweighted sample size is roughly the same as the weighted value, that 4% translates into roughly 75 interviews out of roughly 1900, a subgroup that would have a margin of error of at least +/ 12%.

Even if a bank had equity capital relative to risk weighted assets of 10% that might allow leverage to be 30, since a ratio of risk weighted assets to total unweighted assets as low as onethird is not uncommon.

Not a lot of order changes from the unweighted medal count, which is to be expected assuming a more or less random distribution of medals by type.
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