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johnaries Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Mar-10-05 12:06 AM
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24. Misty, I assume that you're frustrated
because it's obvious that the election was stolen and not enough people can see the obvious. But don't take out your frustration on TIA.

I am not a "statistics expert": however, I AM a certified Black Belt Six Sigma expert. Therefore, I have been certified by very exacting Business Standards to use many business tools including data collection and Statistical Analysis. Of course, I realize this means nothing to you. But one thing I've learned is that any data capture attempt is flawed, and before you accept any single result you must compare that result against other input and analysis before you can build an accurate picture. The official vote count is legally considered the final authority and therefore is legally considered the most accurate "poll", but that doesn't mean that it is the most accurate in reality.

I've been following TIA's analyzes, and I've also been following Mitovfsky's and other expert analyzes of the exit polls vs the "election" result.


It is safe to assume that TIA would be biased in his attempts at the statistical analysis of the exit polls vs the "official results". However, TIA has thoroughly documented every assumption he has made, and when new information was available he adjusted his analysis accordingly.

Plain and simply, all evidence indicates that there was a problem with the data collection in the Official Election Process. If, as a Six Sigma Black Belt, I had tried to present the Election Results to my Executive Operating Committee as accurate as opposed to all of the other data to the contrary, I would have been laughed out of the room and told to re-consider my data collection methods and possibly need to go through re-training (if they decided not to fire me on the spot).

What TIA has done is prove that the current data collection process for election polling is flawed. His work is also substantiated by outside research. The "excuses" trying to explain the discrepancies that TIA has pointed out do not pass the "smell" test.

There is something wrong with our election process, and TIA has helped prove it!

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