Exit Polls Again. Yarg.

They just cannot get over the 2004 elections. This is unbelievable. I guess Ms. Pringle never saw a mental health professional for her PEST:

How Bush Rigged Ohio Election – The Noe Factor

By late afternoon on November 2, 2004, nationally, all the exit polls showed John Kerry winning with 50.8% of the votes and showed George W Bush with 48.2%, meaning Kerry had a 2.6% lead over Bush.

But when the vote counts came in at the end of election day, Bush had 50.9% of the votes, and Kerry had 48.1%, meaning Bush received 2.8% more votes than Kerry.

According to Dr Ron Baiman, PhD, from the Institute of Government and Public Affairs at the University of Illinois in Chicago, who has 16 years of experience teaching statistics to both graduate and undergraduate college students, there would be about 1 chance in 900,000 of that kind of statistical error occurring.

This is either delusional, or the start of the setup so that Dems can claim Republicans cheated in 2006 and 2008. Otherwise, they would have to come to the conclusion that their ideas just aren’t popular.

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