How was this mean was computed, History

In 2004, the mean vote share for George W. Bush across all 58 counties in California was 51.8%.

(a) How was this mean was computed? I.e., what was added up, and by what was this sum divided?

(b) How does this compare to the 2004 vote share of George W. Bush in California as a whole? What explains the difference?

 

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