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althecat Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jun-16-07 03:35 AM
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53. Ok how about this for a starting point....
Ok how about this for a starting point....

1. What in the OP do you find interesting, intriguing?

2. What avenues of further inquiry does it beg?

3. If there is anything that can be inferred from the OP about what this discrepancy is likely to mean in terms of vote fraud - and I ask you to temporarily suspend you disbelief that the exit poll is wrong - what is it? I.e. what sort of vote fraud and where is indicated by this statistical anomaly assuming that the weighting artefacts are caused by fraud not a bias in the NEP?

P.S. In relation to your erroneous assumptions I meant your assumption that what is being looked for is vote switching (and then finding that there is no evidence to support that). That is not what the OP infers.

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