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TruthIsAll Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Nov-24-04 02:36 AM
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Pre-election State Polls vs. Exit Polls vs. Actuals: ONE Graph. Look Close
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Edited on Wed Nov-24-04 03:30 AM by TruthIsAll
Well, the Pre-election polls and the Exit Polls matched up quite close, actually. Within 0.13% of each other, when averaging the deviations in all the states. That's 1/7th of ONE percent. A hair.
But the actuals, now that's a different story.

But the polls can't be right. Not according to the whoremedia. Not according to NYT, WP and Peter Jennings. No.

Their specious argument is therefore reduced to this:
Trust the voting machines. Trust Bush. To not trust Bush and Rove means you are a left-wing, liberal, conspiracy nut.

Only the votes recorded by the Diebold paperless, audit-free touchscreens, the optical scammers and the punched cards (apart from the one million spoiled in minority precincts) are correct.

The Media mantra is:
****Pre-election pollsters AND Exit pollsters ALL had to be wrong***

Then, we must conclude:
Not only was Exit Pollster Deluxe Mitofsky wrong, so were state pollsters Zogby, Harris, ARG, Survey USA, Mason- Dixon, Gallup, Rasmussen, Strategic Vision, ...


Wonder why Dan Rather finally quit? Probably couldn't take giving the WH talking points anymore.

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