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Reply #12: Yes, extremely improbable. This is the political corollary to the stats. [View All]

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autorank Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-10-05 09:13 PM
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12. Yes, extremely improbable. This is the political corollary to the stats.
The stats have been carried forth by TruthIsAll, eomer, and others if we get into the DU way back machine. Academics and others have done this work as well. The arguments are overwhelming.

The Unanswered Question: Who Really Won in 2004.

This analysis is the political argument based on numbers but not reliant on a statistical debate. It's straight forward and, in my mind, very clear and compelling.
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