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Mistwell Donating Member (553 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Mar-15-05 10:27 PM
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44. That is not the conclusion of the study
You are kidding, right? One tiny example in a 25 page study, and you make an outrageous claim about "the claim in that study" being about Buchanan voters. No dice Mairead. You clearly didn't read the entire paper if you think that was the subject matter.

In case you missed this part of the conclusion: "Our results also lead us to conclude that exit polls are likely to over-represent the opinions of younger and non-white voters. Because non-white voters tend to vote for Democrat candidates, over-representation of this social class will skew an exit polls results in that direction."
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