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SoCalDemocrat Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Nov-03-04 01:11 PM
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165. I was too tired to crunch more states

I did CA this morning which matches exit polls with observed results. However that is based on what we now know are fudged exit poll results.

A seperate story from CNN indicates they decided late last night that they had "oversampled" the black vote, so they redid their poll results somehow. Now matter how you slice it, it looks crooked.

We have to operate on the assumption that the AP exit polls taken all during the day yesterday were reporting accurately, vs. the modified data the AP sources recooked last night in order make the polling fit the expected results of a Bush victory.
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