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Usrename Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Sep-21-08 11:46 PM
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68. How many of the respondents said they voted for two presidents?
Edited on Sun Sep-21-08 11:58 PM by Usrename
What would be the MOE for that response?

On edit> Sorry about the original sarcastic response, but I would imagine that in practice spoilage is s weighting factor based on historical data and what type of voting equipment is being used. How do you think MOE affects the actual amount of ballot spoilage that is established when the votes are counted? Does one thing have any effect on the other, in your opinion? I really don't understand your reasoning here.
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