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caruso Donating Member (48 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Feb-11-07 07:26 AM
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73. TIA: Landes is saying your vote will NOT be counted; Zogby pre-election state polls
Edited on Sun Feb-11-07 08:07 AM by caruso
You must be aware that Lynn is referring to the FINAL exit polls as being bogus.

A basic point of my analysis is that the FINAL EXIT POLL (13660 respondents) was bogus because it was matched to confirm a fraudulent vote count (Bush a 51-48% winner).

Now, if you believe that the votes were counted fairly in 2004 - and that there was ZERO fraud, then you must also believe the Final Exit Poll.

On the other hand, if you believe that the election WAS stolen, then you must believe that the 12:22am NEP was close to the truth: Kerry won the 12:22am NEP (13047 respondents) by 51-48%.

You are correct in quoting Lynn Landes - because Lynn knows that the votes are miscounted and therefore the FINAL Exit Polls which match to the bogus count must also be bogus by definition. She was nt referring to the early exit polls in which the Democrats always do better than the final vote.

Why? It's because of the uncounted (spoiled) and switched votes - in other words, the FRAUD.

Did you glance at the numeric tables? They prove that Kerry won the final state and national pre-election polls as well as the 12:22am state and national exit polls- before they were matched to the recorded stolen vote.

The whole point of this forum is to uncover the fraud - which is why you are here.
The pre-election and exit polls provided the earliest circumstantial evidence of fraud. And as we futher analyzed them, the evidence beccame incontrovertible.

Here are the final national pre-election polls:
http://www.geocities.com/electionmodel/TruthIsAllFAQRes...

The final state pre-election polls:
http://www.geocities.com/electionmodel/TruthIsAllFAQRes...

State pre-election and exit polls compared to the final vote:
http://www.geocities.com/electionmodel/TruthIsAllFAQRes...

The National Exit Poll time line (4 snapshots).
Notice the stark difference between the first three and the Final:
http://www.geocities.com/electionmodel/TruthIsAllFAQRes...

The Florida and Ohio exit polls showed Kerry to be a solid winner - but then the numbers magically reverted to Bush after midnight.

John Zogby is a well-respected independent pollster. These are his final polls in 9 battleground states.

Notice
- The Bush vote share was 3.4% higher than the average poll projection
in which 2/3 of undecided voters were allocated to Kerry.
- Zogby and Harris claimed that Kerry would win 67-80% of the late undecideds.
- The Zogby polls showed Kerry the clear winner in FL, OH, IA, NV, CO.
- Let's not forget NM (not listed). Tons of evidence prove it was stolen.

30-Oct
Zogby Poll.... Projection........ Recorded
Kerry Bush..Kerry Bush.. Kerry Bush

CO.... 47 48.... 50 49.... 47.35% 52.08%
FL.... 50 47.... 51 48.... 47.27% 52.30%

IA.... 50 44.... 53 46.... 49.47% 50.13%
ME.... 50 39.... 56 43.... 54.10% 45.08%

MI.... 52 45.... 53 46.... 51.47% 48.03%
MN.... 52 44.... 54 45.... 51.44% 47.92%

OH.... 50 47.... 52 48.... 46.36% 53.64%
PA.... 50 45.... 53 47.... 51.27% 48.73%

WI.... 51 44.... 54 45.... 49.92% 49.55%

Avg
...... 50.2 44.8..52.9 46.3.. 49.8% 49.7%

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