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shuffnew Donating Member (306 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Nov-05-04 03:33 AM
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135. #of Right-Wing Christians?
Edited on Fri Nov-05-04 03:40 AM by shuffnew
I assume you are referring to the 125,312,000 at 44% as being described as "born again" or "evangelical", right?
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Ref #9: August 2000 Gallup Poll; Question about being "born-again" or "evangelical" based on self-identification, and includes all who identify themselves as such, including Protestants, Catholics, Latter-day Saints, Orthodox, etc. (the gallop poll link to this says page not found, so could not view it)
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That is assuming all are far-right in this category... a huge number if so. That is no indicator how many voted.

The exit poll discrepancies versus the totals that tablulars spit out is still a high margin of error and indicates potential "Election Fraud". Another poster in this thread gave a link to a pdf file showing the % of voters using various voting machines. In 2004, the highest number reported is optical and electronic. Others have noted those were used in predominantly democratic areas. So, if there is "Election Fraud" in 2004 it seems most likely the discrepancies come from e-voting and/or optical.
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