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Wilms Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Aug-28-09 01:33 AM
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93. And I thought electronic vote counting schema was a pretty iffy way to determine outcomes.
Then along comes TIA & the Surrogates xpectin' me to join an argument claiming an election outcome can be reliably determined by examining, "Approval ratings, Undecided voters, RV vs. LV polls, Net Uncounted votes, Correlation analysis, Late votes, Mortality, Voter Turnout, New voters, Returning voters, Third-party voters, Phantom returning voters, Sensitivity analysis of alternative scenarios, Expected value, Correlation analysis, Monte Carlo simulation, Probability , analysis, Recursive True Vote Models, Aggregate state exit polls, Forcing exit polls to match the recorded vote".
If kster read that he'd curl up in a ball and just :rofl:.

That's what I do...right before I :puke:.

At what point should exit poll arguments been considered beside the point and yielded to an examination of Ohio we all know was essential and left undone?

Feelin' distracted, anyone?

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