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onthebench Donating Member (88 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Dec-02-05 10:48 PM
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67. i am new to the stolen election based on poll result debate
please bear with this question. I scanned through and have not seen these questions asked.

Questions - Is it possible that the conspiracy is in the poll numbers not the election results? The possible link here is the disbanding of the voter news consortium in 2002. Have Edison/Mitofsky been fully vetted? Would it be easier to bribe one company than an entire state? Would it be easier to screw with pre-election polls? Have these polls (pre and exit) been open for audit?

One other thing that caught my eye...

Your quote - "That the Census 2004 Vote Survey was wrong?
According to the Census, 125.7 million voted in 2004.
That's 3.4mm more than the recorded 122.3 million.
The Census Gender demographic MoE is 0.30%.
Should we believe the 122.3mm recorded vote?
The Final Exit Poll has a 1.0% MoE, according to Mitofsky"

The census of vote on the EAC website states that 2% on average do not vote for the highest office but vote other parts of the ballot - undervote. Would that not account for that difference?

I will keep trying to be up to speed.

Thanks to all for being so welcoming.

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