Friday, November 12, 2004

Analysis of Exit Polls Indicate Discrepancies are Still Unexplained

The Unexplained Exit Poll Discrepancy


BuzzFlash was forwarded a copy of a new research paper (271k PDF) on the exit polls from the 2004 election.

In "The Unexplained Exit Poll Discrepancy," Dr. Steven F. Freeman says:

"As much as we can say in social science that something is impossible, it is impossible that the discrepancies between predicted and actual vote counts in the three critical battleground states [Ohio, Florida, and Pennsylvania] of the 2004 election could have been due to chance or random error."

The odds of those exit poll statistical anomalies occurring by chance are 250,000,000 to one. 250 MILLION to ONE.

He concludes the paper with this:

"Systematic fraud or mistabulation is a premature conclusion, but the election's unexplained exit poll discrepancies make it an unavoidable hypothesis, one that is the responsibility of the media, academia, polling agencies, and the public to investigate."


Blogger Ken Galo said...

That is because these morons still don't get it.

I shall endeavor to explain.

After months of commercials on TV and Radio
months of 2-8x a day phone calls from pollsters
months of being stopped to take surveys at the mall, grocery store, gas station etc....
months of people knockin on my door at 8am on Saturday morning,

We the American People decided to

Screw with the media and pollsters.


This effectively screwed up the numbers and made the media and talking heads look like idiots.

November 12, 2004 at 12:30 AM  

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