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TruthIsAll Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Mar-22-05 02:17 PM
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31. Quite an assumption. What about Dem voters?
Edited on Tue Mar-22-05 02:38 PM by TruthIsAll
Your assumption that people who said they voted for Bush in 2000 may be liars is a very weak one, easily refuted.

A counter would be that Gore 2000 voters were ashamed to admit it.

And 43-37% is a rediculous spread.

WHAT ABOUT THE BUSH RELUCTANT RESPONDER THEORY PUT FORTH BY MITOFSKY AND TOTALLY REFUTED BY USCOUNTVOTES.ORG?

YOU CANNOT HAVE IT BOTH WAYS.

DO YOU BELIEVE THE RBR - WHICH WAS MITOFSKY'S ONLY EXPLANATION TO EXPLAIN THE STATE EXIT POLLING DISCREPANCIES? HE CONTRADICTS HIS OWN NATIONAL EXIT POLL WHICH HAS THE TURNOUT AT 43-37%.

IF YOU DON'T BELIEVE THE RBR, THEN KERRY WON, BECAUSE MITOFSKY HAD NO OTHER EXPLANATION.


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