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Net Suspicions Confirmed Early Exit Poll Data Released

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posted on Nov, 19 2004 @ 10:22 AM
So what happens now nothing I guess, right, I mean Kerry said he lost didn’t he.
Would they vote all over, probably not, so where do they go from here when they prove the elections were a hoax a fraud on the American people.

Complete US Exit Poll Data Confirms Net Suspicions
Full 51 State Early Exit Poll Data Released For The First Time

By Scoop Co-Editor Alastair Thompson is delighted to be able today to publish a full set of 4pm exit poll data for the first time on the Internet since the US election. The data emerged this evening NZT in a post on the Democratic Underground website under the forum name TruthIsAll.
The new data confirms what was already widely known about the swing in favour of George Bush, but amplifies the extent of that swing. More

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Figure 1: Graph showing the "red shift" between 2004 US General Election exit polls & the actual 2004 US Election results

There has to date been no official explanation for the discrepancy.

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Today the University of California's Berkeley Quantitative Methods Research Team released a statistical study - the sole method available to monitor the accuracy of e- voting - reporting irregularities associated with electronic voting machines may have awarded 130,000-260,000 or more excess votes to President George W. Bush in Florida in the 2004 presidential election

[edit on 19/11/2004 by Sauron]

posted on Nov, 19 2004 @ 10:56 AM
AHahhhhahahA riiight

yes exit polls are much more accurate....heck let's just elect all officials based on media exit polls. Lord you guys just don't get it. Keep on truckin'. You just make elections easier and easier for conservatives as you are so clueless as to why you lose.

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