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Febble Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Aug-18-05 10:16 AM
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101. OK
see my PM, But, for the record, what I said was:

NH was recounted, to the apparent satisfaction of those requesting the recount. The vote count had a large "red shift" relative to the poll. Any cross-examiner/peer-reviewer is going to raise the argument that the NH recount results appear to confirm that the exit polls can differ widely from the count, even when the count is correct.

It is not freeping to point this out. It merely points to the importance of gathering evidence in NH if you want to make the case that the exit poll discrepancy "could not" have been due to polling error. NH is a big obstacle to shift.

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